Benq G2400 24inch Widescreen LCD monitor, 1920x1200, 5ms, 16.7M, Brightness 250cd/㎡, Contrast Ratio 1000:1, D-sub/DVI-D/HDMI
has 1:1 pixel mapping available under its display menu option, tested in shop and worked.
Also Viewsonic vx2835wm 28inch Widescreen LCD monitor, 1920x1200, 3ms(grey to grey), 16.7M, Brightness 500cd/㎡, Contrast Ratio 800:1, D-sub, HDMI, Component(RGB) and Composite has 1:1 and i was quite happy with quality, price and size with it so i purchased it.
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25.5": DoubleSight DS-263N, 1920x1200 (16:10)
Panel: WG H-IPS (LG.Philips LM260WU1); true 8-bit, 16.7M colors
Image Delay (rt+lag): <1 frame (thank you ToastyX of HardForum)
Specifications: DoubleSight DS-263N
HDCP Compliant: Yes
Notes: Quite possibly best value on the market. High quality H-IPS panel with good implementation. Good screen uniformity. Very similar to PX2611W but cheaper. Low input lag, good response! Scaling options (1:1, 4:3, fill) available. Some known to have A-TW polarizer.
Price: ~$700 USD
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