Looking to buy a monitor

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I am looking to buy a 24" HD monitor so I can mount to a wall and use my mac mini on it.
General things will be watching video, streaming sports etc..

Anyone know any good monitors in the price range of £160 or below? 
 
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Hobbs said:
I am looking to buy a 24" HD monitor so I can mount to a wall and use my mac mini on it.
General things will be watching video, streaming sports etc..

Anyone know any good monitors in the price range of £160 or below? 
Most monitors in that price range are all fairly similar, so you're good for any of them to be honest. Probably don't need the most expensive one if it's for general use and videos
 

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Jon said:
Most monitors in that price range are all fairly similar, so you're good for any of them to be honest. Probably don't need the most expensive one if it's for general use and videos
I don't want a shit one that will lag or anything when watching football though :c

I was looking at these two:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/ASUS-VE247H-Widescreen-Intelligence-Technology/dp/B004T2LMP2/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1421402547&sr=8-4&keywords=24+inch+hd+monitor

http://www.amazon.co.uk/BenQ-GL2460HM-24-inch-Multimedia-Monitor/dp/B00AQBWMZ4/ref=sr_1_11?ie=UTF8&qid=1421402547&sr=8-11&keywords=24+inch+hd+monitor
 
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I'd go for the ASUS tbh. I know BENQ have started making good ones, but they all seem to be the more expensive range. And the ASUS looks nicer imo
 

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I'd go for the ASUS tbh. I know BENQ have started making good ones, but they all seem to be the more expensive range. And the ASUS looks nicer imo
What about the speakers, I'll need to buy some I guess? Any recommendations :c
 

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