Best Buy has the KOGi 17.1" TFT-LCD Flat-Panel Monitor with Integrated Speakers (Black) Model: L7EH-BL These are made by GVision and are rated very good: http://www.4kogi.com/index.htm http://www.gvision-usa.com/about.html i just got one and its' great for the price Customer Reviews Avg. Customer Review: Write an online review and share your thoughts with other customers. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful: Good buy for everyday use. Get it now. Linux users note.., January 22, 2003 Reviewer: mikehawaii (see more about me) from Honolulu, HI United States This monitor is a good buy, and picked mine up this weekend. There are no software drivers with this monitor like you'd get with the expensive monitors to use to access special video modes, and to further clean up the image on the screen. It uses basic drivers included with the operating system. When I first hooked it up, the image was really fuzzy, and I had my doubts. When I changed my resolution to the maximum screen size, the monitor instantly cleared up. After doing this, now I can change screen sizes with very little loss in resolution. It even plugged into my Redhat 8 system and was picked up with no problem, except one. The Xwindow mode is extra sharp on the screen, but during bootup/shutdown, the native Linux black screen was very fuzzy, as if it had a hard time switching video modes. I don't know how it would do if you just booted into command line mode, but I use GUI exclusively in Linux. You might have to rebuild the kernel to get it to work clearly in that situation. Was this review helpful to you? See it to believe it., January 20, 2003 Reviewer: John Lee from ANAHEIM, California United States I researched a lot of flat panels until I settled on this one. It worked perfectly right out of the box, no dead pixels, and the text, which I work extensively with, was crisp and clear. So much better than my 19 inch CRT. I also reclaimed all the desk space. Though the screen is only 17 inches, it actually looks as big as my 19 inch CRT. I also play America's Army and find no problems with the response time at all. No perceivable blurring. Great monitor. Was this review helpful to you? 11 of 11 people found the following review helpful: Best deal on a 17" LCD, December 17, 2002 Reviewer: An electronics fan from Los Angeles, CA USA My main goal in buying an LCD monitor was to reclaim all the desk space my CRT was taking up. After looking at a number of models, I decided that value was more important to me than anything else. The GVision is among the cheapest, if not the most cost-effective 17" LCD on the market. The price point of this model is lower than many 15" LCDs, and it offers additional features like built-in speakers. Sure, you can get a better monitor, for example a Sony or a Viewsonic, but it will cost you 1 1/2 to 2 times more. And despite the price, this unit doesn't compromise quality. No dead pixels, good viewing angles all around, and a crisp, bright screen at the native 1280x1024 resolution. This monitor also has a superbly small desktop footprint. Sure, all LCD monitors will save space over a CRT, but the GVision's oval base gains a couple inches of footprint savings over comparable monitors. The built-in speakers don't produce a lot of sound, and they are a bit tinny. But if computer sound is important to you, you'll probably want to invest in a separate amplified speaker system anyway. For me, I just wanted to get rid of my ugly accessory speakers and clear some desk space. These built-in speakers did the trick. Was this review helpful to you? 1 of 3 people found the following review helpful: Easy Setup, December 7, 2002 Reviewer: An electronics fan from San Francisco, CA United States Easy set-up, however, from photo I thought it was a grey/silver finish but in actuality it is putty. Speaker quality lacks what I would have liked. Fairly good resolution. Was this review helpful to you?