That will be difficult. Lowest price here is around € 1000, which equates to around $ 1400.
See http://tweakers.net/pricewatch/cat/344/monitoren.html#filter:NYy9CsMwEIPfRXMo_knj1g8Q6JCpY 8kQ7BsMThOckBaC3713QychfZJOLCVS6RPlCI8j0WdDg7WkQEN6w7eqwRaWQsP0hb_-jSAhlCnsFJ8rhUfc4F8wN96 7O0amnPYp71SYnNCtUaKzjGHVRXFzlltYw6Y2UumkckxZvnSnW0jaOhbrrGYx2imMtdYf
In your other thread I asked you whether dual 24"monitors would possibly be an alternative, because using 30" is pretty expensive. If I only select Dell Ultrasharps, you find these results:
http://tweakers.net/pricewatch/cat/344/monitoren.html#filter:NYzNCsIwEITfZc5BYoxY8wAFDz15l B5qsodA-sOmVKHk3ZsFPS2z38y3483DFB4hw71wsRq9wsyBuI2UAhy2SJ8MhYWjpy5OcFYrZD8zdcMX7voPgoRQIr9 SeC7kf1rT1P3tLupcv21MK3ElO87WaLmjjGHsSdfmKFo0poZSygE
I see many 27's at prices around $300.00 here in Canada, so they must be available in the USA. 27 iinch has the same desktop size in pixels (2560X1600) as the 30.
I had 2 30" monitors a few years about. Paid about $1600 for each. Too big, and the text was too small.
Which would you recommend if I'm mainly using it for WEB output?
I need to correct myself a little.
The less expensive 27 inch monitors are 1920X1980. The more expensive ones(over $1K) are more pixels.
The 30's I had one was an LG, and the other was a Phillips.
Wait until Black Friday. I think you will get the best deals then.
Found a couple others. Here's the short-list. Any thoughts?
Hannas.G 28" | $220
I-Inc iH-282HPB 28" | $290
Samsung P2770FH 27-Inch | $260
SAMSUNG S27A350H 27" | $320
Asus VK278Q Black 27" | $350
Hazro HZ27WC | $700 CDN
HP ZR2740w | $730
It depends on what resolution you're looking for. I don't think you'll find a 2560x1600 30" monitor for under $1000 although you might find a 1920x1080 30" that cheap. If you're willing to go a little over $1000, you should keep your eye out for sales on the Dell U3011. They're currently $1499 on Dell's site but they often have specials for much less. I purchased one on sale a few months ago for $1124 and think it's a great monitor. If you can get by with less vertical resolution then one of the 2560x1440 27" monitors, such as the HP ZR2740w you mentioned, would be a good alternative.