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This summer, I'm going back to the old country for a month--longest vacation I'll have had in about seven years.
It's been a while since I flew, apparently I'm allowed one carry-on and one checked piece of luggage. Since I'm not planning to bring much in the way of clothes (I dress cheap) or books (I'm on vacation, I do more than enough reading during the year), I'm planning to bring my laptop and my Xbox 360 (possibly my PS3, on the fence about that).
It occurred to me that I've been meaning to buy a 1080p monitor, and if it were of a convenient size, when removed from the stand, I might bring it with me if the TVs over there weren't ideal. Of course, doing that, I need to consider in built sound AND the size limitations.
This Asus is what I've gotten my eyes on--it would compliment my 22" Acer well. I'm wondering how the color stands up (that's my biggest complaint about my AL2216W, the colors aren't quite as vivid as they could be, but it is an older monitor, a few years old now).
If people can recommend another comparatively portable monitor, it'd be appreciated. I haven't gone monitor shopping in ages, and haven't looked for one with in-built speakers before.