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What size monitor do you use?

Discussion in 'Technology' started by Little Chucky, Dec 19, 2014.

  1. bigloser0

    bigloser0 婦人

    XS size as compared to all the forummers here.
    13" laptop retina display from 5 years back.
    Should have brought the 15" back then for photo editing.
    small means portability but not so good for viewing.
    Still going strong.
    If there is a need, will connect to TV.
    Till date did not connect to TV to watch P***
    anything basic HD is good for me.
    No need 4K.
    Coz the videos downloaded, most of them are not in HD.
    Will not get the best out of the display.
    Would love to use something for long term,
    Save $$$.
    Nowadays electronics don't last.
    Anything got to do with technology, it will be obsolete within a year or two.
    So you don't have to get the latest technology.
    Latest products are always most expensive.
    Get something you like and within your budget.
    Unless you are looking at selling away after 1 year of use.
     
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  2. WillEater

    WillEater Well-Known Member

    Hey Billy Idol Fan
    Curved screens tend to reflect light from all angles. Buyer beware..
    Check out the reviews prior to opening the wallet..
     
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  3. IceGuyver

    IceGuyver Section 9 Operative

    I have a 32inch Samsung LED TV, which I can use as a monitor. A 14inch TFT display on my HP Probook 4313S