I have a 17" dell LCD monitor and it doesn't seem very ideal for photo\nediting/viewing because viewing the monitor from a different angle yield\ndifferent brightness. In fact, the top of the screen is usually darker than\nthe bottom of the screen. The only way to compensate is to put the monitor\nbelow eye level and look down on it. However, I don't like this perspective.\n\nIf I buy a new LCD monitor, how can I pick one without this problem?\nAlthough the specification usually state the viewing angle range, what I\nreally need to know is how uniform brightness is in all area of the screen\nat a normal view point (a view point has different view angle to different\npart of the screen). Any suggestions?