new computer hardware comes and goes; endless money is shelled
out for upgrades and new systems. All the while monitors tend
to stay along for the ride. After all, once you have a good
monitor, there is hardly reason to buy another one. While you
want to keep your monitor around for as long as possible, time
can put deterioration on you're once prized imaging screen.
When your screen becomes fuzzy, dim, and washed out, its not
always time to shell out your hard-earned money for a new monitor.
sales have been the home of many old monitors, while two-three
years old; it's hard not to find a use for a good working monitor.
Giving it to a friend, donating it, selling it, or even using
it for your self. While most monitors found at a garage sale
may not be in peek performance, they can be juiced up to work
of old monitors are well with in the repair zone, most of which
can be done with in the privacy of your own home.