Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Guest-16, 21 Jun 2007.
24" always makes a good display.
17" here. But I have two of them.
And another here, my desk has to sit away from the wall at the monitor end to fit it on, and the desk is bending with the 30KG pressign down on it, but for £25 it worth not having any room to put a chair
22" Belinea widescreen for me!
19" normal samsung screen atm , saving up for a 22" widescreen to put in a dual monitor setup
Dual Dell 20Ws. One landscape, one portrait. And yes, I consider both to be my primary as I use both concurrently, many times with a single app spread across both.
Mine is a 15.4" wide (laptop screen) but the resolution is HUUUGE @ 1680*1050 (for 15 inch it is huge)
(I put "other" in the poll)
19" Widescreen, 1440x900 Cheesecake >.>;
benq FP241W @ 1920 x 1200
Yeah!! Fantastic display
15" don't have room for a biggar one at the moment
I've had my Samsung SM206BW 20" wide since the end of March. Had a Samsung 913N 19" standard before that so the size increase wasn't huge, but the actual resolution means I've got a lot more space on screen, which is very nice.
15" of pure svga power!! Max res of 1024x768!!... whats that you say?... Oh wait this isnt the early 90's? So I take it your not very impressed?
Why do people like their square 19"screens?
I have a 19" widescreen, and know that they are much more comfortable.
I think it's the vertical height that's the problem for most... I'd need a 20-22" wide to replicate a 19" in terms of height. Of course, if I was gaming, I'd prefer a 19" wide over a 19" 5:4.
I've got a 15" flat panel floating around somewhere too (the one I mentioned earlier was my laptop)... nothing wrong with that. But SVGA is 800x600; 1024 is XGA.
Any day, 16:10 is much more like real life.
i just have my 20.1" Viewsonic VX2025WM which does the job quite nicely.
3 X 19" on a Matrox Triple Head 2 Go
Windows sees it as one display and i treat it as such, so i voted other.
30" Widescreen here... Really need to get a new graphics card to run most games at their highest setting...
Graphic Design does have its perks...
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