And your PC has the output. So in simplest terms, make them match.
Keeping in mind the designs you see are '5 year' products I like the newer displays with VGA and HDMI or DVI since those give me the best chance of it all hooking up.
It's a big world and the models come and go...
Well, my dilemma is slightly less serious than of that 'To be, or not to be', but it is almost equally significant for me:)
So here it is....I want to replace my old CRT monitor and to buy new 22'' LCD monitor that will be my in the service(yes sir:))in the next 5-10 years, and that will be adaptable to new changes in my system in future years.
My final choices are 22" Samsung SyncMaster 2233SN 5ms, DC15000:1, 1920x1080, and 22" Asus WV 220TE 5ms, 3000:1, 1680x1050, DVI.
As you can see the second monitor has DVI output.
Does that give considerable advantage in comparison to analog output?
I suppose that that has to do with VGA card.
My VGA card is ATI RADEON 9200SE 128MB, but I will surely replace this card some time this year.
If the answer is no, will the first monitor be good a choice for use in the next 5-10 years, as I heard information that soon DVI outputs will be new standard for monitors.
What monitor should I buy, if I want to use my monitor a long time in the future?
Greetings from good old Europe to the rest of the world,
and I thank you in advance.