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Thu, Jun 19, 2008 at 6:13:35 AM | 24" v 26" monitor

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robert


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g'day,

 

 most 24 and 26 monitore do have the same resolution(1920x1200)

is there still a gain to be had by using a 26" monitor v a 24"?

thanks,

robert 

 


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Fri, Jun 20, 2008 at 1:12:04 AM | 24" v 26" monitor

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If the cost difference is the issue, go for the 24" wide. Are you going for dual screens? If single, 26" is preferable. 


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Fri, Jun 20, 2008 at 1:27:50 AM | 24" v 26" monitor

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G'day,

thanks for your promt responce.

i got two 21"crt, one is turned off.

so at this stage i go for a single.

it is not so much the cost factor.the main thing i like to know is that going from 24" to 26"

and still have the same resolution effectivly means dropping the the resolution in real terms.

would i still benefit from the larger real estate?

cheers and thanks 

 


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