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Displays 24" or 26"

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by rambo, 20 Feb 2008.

  1. rambo

    rambo New Member

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    hello, i have a 22" acer and i find it cint of small so i want a bigger screan i ame thinking of a 24" or a 26". with one do you recoment or do you recoment a other mark like samsung or something? i use it for games like crysis, supreme commander. also i do office things word and exel and drawings cad programs.

    thanks, rambo
     
  2. Krikkit

    Krikkit All glory to the hypnotoad! Super Moderator

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    What do you mean by "small"? Are there enough pixels on screen, or do you want a bigger physical size?
     
  3. rambo

    rambo New Member

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    hey, it looks small to me the physical size but i also want a higher res 1920X 1200 would be nice.

    thanks, rambo
     
  4. sheninat0r

    sheninat0r What's a Dremel?

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    24" screens and up are all 1920x1200, until you get to 30" when it goes up again to 2560x1600.
     
  5. RTT

    RTT #parp

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    Honestly, I've had two 24"s and now have a single 26", and I'd swap the 26" for a 24" any day. Bigger pixels on the 26" look like crap compared to 24"
     
  6. rambo

    rambo New Member

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    hey thanks, but thousnt the bigger pixels depand on witch screan you have? but you say it is better to go for a 24" than a 26"? i ame thinking between the:
    Acer TFT AL2623W
    Acer TFT AL2423WD
    Acer TFT P241WD

    thanks, rambo
     
  7. wuyanxu

    wuyanxu still wants Homeworld 3

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    but doesn't 26inch means bigger for same FPS in gaming?

    that's why i bought 22inch instead of 20inch.
     
  8. DougEdey

    DougEdey I pwn all your storage

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    27" Dell 2707 for £410 has my money at the moment
     
  9. rambo

    rambo New Member

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    hello, on wich shop is that price based on????

    thanks you,

    p.s. I actualy dont want to go bigger than 26".
     
  10. Zyphron

    Zyphron New Member

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    the thing about that size? 24" is the point where your pixles are going to be closest together giving a sharper and in most cases more responsive picture.

    the upgrade from what a 1680x1440 (22") to the 1920x1200 rez?
    if its desktop area your looking to gain the 24" in all respects is the better choice. 26 and 28's are odd ball sizes so your prob going to pay more then you should. all for what 2" of space that really is not there to begin with?

    i suppose im not one to talk I play on a TV and i would take the 42" 1080P over a 1920x1200 monitor anyday of the week.
     
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