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  1. #1
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    How big is your...you know...

    How big is your monitor ? Mine is 22 and I came from a 16"

    What a difference
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    16"?

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    17''

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    2x 20 Inch, however I am considering going to 24(+20) inch or 22(+20) inch & 2 of those cool Samsung F1 (750GB) harddrives in raid 0.

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    I've got a 19", although I'd like get something bigger.

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    17" for me
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    Three Acer 20" monitors
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  8. #8
    Quote Originally Posted by JTY View Post
    I've got a 19", although I'd like get something bigger.
    Sounds like pixel envy

    I have a 19" and 20" and would like to replace both with at least 22" monitors.

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    30" monitor here.
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    20" Dell 2007WFP.

  11. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Burtan View Post
    How big is your monitor ? Mine is 22 and I came from a 16"

    What a difference
    Are you trying to funny with your title? How old are you?
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    Samsung 906BW 19" widescreen. Absolutely gorgeous!

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    2x19" widescreen ...simply rocks ...!!!!


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    2x21 inch

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    dual 24ins

    (2x 24inchs)
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    A 15.4" widescreen on my laptop. I used to use a 19" full screen monitor for my desktop and I just couldn't stand the size of it. I love using the small monitor on my laptop as it doesn't make me go blind with the brightness.
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    22" Samsung Symcmaster 226CW

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    I've got a 15.4" widescreen on my laptop, couldn't be happier with it.

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    I probably have the smallest one here
    17 inch

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    One is a 240 x 240 screen... not about the size, but what I can do with it.
    (edit: lol... amywilliams has the same joke...)

    Many other desktop monitors going from 15 to 19... all widescreen... gotta love widescreen.
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    13" green monochrome...

    Naaa, I'm actually using a 17"

    I do have a 13" green monochrome monitor with the 9 pin connector... I also have a 7" color monitor.

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    2x19" widescreen on the desktop and 15.4" widescreen on the laptop. Love 'em both.

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    I've a 19".

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    Mine is 24 inches for the main PC. The laptop is 17 inches. The ultimate monitor for me would be 30" LCD with 3000 x 2400 screen res, or something close to that, so I could fit 9 960x600 windows (3 x 3) open at once on the one screen. That would be like having 9 smaller monitors in the one screen. I currently have 4 windows open on the screen, with 1920x1200 res, and each window is 960x600 in size. It's a great way to work, especially when you have to work inbetween different windows. It's very efficient. It's like having 4 monitors in 1, except without the annoying monitor frames to see in the middles.
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    i have a 32" sony TV that i use
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    Quote Originally Posted by xsjon View Post
    i have a 32" sony TV that i use
    What screen res do you get with that?
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    Main system:
    24" with a 19" either side so 49" x 12" viewable area, calculators out to work out the diagonal! Plus 15.4" laptop.

    Then quad 17s for server monitoring.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Bob View Post
    What screen res do you get with that?
    its not that huge really.. like 1600x1400 or somthing. i think it can go upto like 2400x1800 or somthing along those lines
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    I have dual 15" LCD monitors. Planning on upgrading to dual 17" or dual 19" with a widescreen above it. It is just hard to spend your money on monitors and not expect your wife to go on a shopping spree. LOL!
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    8.9" on my laptop (Fujitsu P1610). The best laptop I've ever had so far.
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    22" Acer for my desktop box
    17" Benq for the office box
    15" on my main laptop (doing just fine with 1024x768 =P)
    15.4" on my secondary laptop (falling apart)
    12" on my iBook

    Looking into getting a 15" MBP, better resolution on that =)

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    It makes no sense to me why you need two or three monitors let alone huge ones..
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    It makes no sense to me why you need two or three monitors let alone huge ones..
    Have you ever actually used a dual monitor setup? You really can't know until you have. It absolutely makes me more productive. The ability to have multiple windows open (at their natives sizes) and always visible is a huge aid.

    I currently have dual 19" monitors. That quad monitor setup has me extremely envious.

  36. #36
    Quote Originally Posted by Dougy View Post
    It makes no sense to me why you need two or three monitors let alone huge ones..
    How many hours do you sit in front of Monitor?
    How many active windows do you have to leave open at all time?

    If you just work with computer few hours, you don't need large screen.
    I work at least 12 to 18 hours per day, every day in front of monitor.
    I used 15.4 screen (Acer Ferrari 4000) for about week because I had problem with my desktop.
    I had pain in my eyes

    If you only need to open just couple of windows, that's right.
    You don't need multiple monitors.

    I guarantee you.
    You'll never want to go back to small, low resolution, single monitor once you
    experience large, high resolution, multi monitors

    For me, it's necessity.

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    Mikie4648 @ reply #11
    Title copied from FWS

    I got a 17" Widescreen! Happy with it

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    22" Widescreen for me!

    I wish a 26" would fit into my computer desk.

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    17" but I'd be more happy if I had something like 21"

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    Thumbs up

    I have a 17" LCD monitor that I kept from my Dell computer. A 19" would be nice though.

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