Acer AL2216W under Linux ?


I'm using Debian (with, and I would like to buy a LCD screen.

I have seen this screen: .. (Acer AL2216), and my graphic card is an Nvidia Geforce 4MX (128MB) (i use mainly proprietary drivers)

Does anyone have already try to use this screen with a similar graphic card under Linux please ? If yes, could i know what resolution do you success to use ?

(and, of course, if anyone know any _good_ screen working well under Linux (CRT or LCD, i mainly use computer for text, but I'm watching movies/playing game a bit too) with a price under $400 USD, it would be nice to answer please :) )

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