Anyone run 22" or 24" monitor at 1920x1080?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by mgookin, Jan 24, 2010.

  1. I'm wondering if anyone on here trades on a screen 22" or 24" 16:9 at 1920x1080 resolution. If so, how does it work out having that high resolution in that amount of space? Can you see it ok or do/ did you have to turn down the resolution? How far away from the monitor can you still see it ok?

    Thanks in advance.
  2. Resolution is fine for charts. You can adjust nearly all text (except some app toolbars) to be whatever size you want.
  3. mnx


    Yup, I've got all 24's and I run them at their native resolution 1920x1200. I sit just over an arms length away from my screens.

    Also have a 19" notebook that I use @ 1920x1200 as well, it's on the small side but still usable.

    - mnx

  4. Bob111


  5. rbartell


    Yep, same here (just over arms length away).

    Wow, 28s for $250. Great deal!
  6. I run 5 28" Hans G monitors at that resolution and it works out just fine. I had to turn the brightness down but I enjoy having all the screenspace.
  7. that's not high resolution every vid card on planet can drive 1920.

    who doesn't use at least a 22" screen?

    this is high resolution 2560X1600
  8. I have a 23" at 1920/1080. Looks OK to me.
  9. Here's a wallpaper for your 1920 x 1080:
  10. new$


    so what kind of video cards are you guys using?
    #10     Jan 26, 2010