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16:9 is actually better for gaming, video editing and other media than 16:10 is... For everything else, 1200p is better.
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That article is the worst one I've seen in a while.

They got the stats wrong, they present 1080p as a luxury, they compare this budget thing to the apple 27" (I'm assuming that that's what they meant, right?), and it sounds like a marketing speech to the uneducated.

That's quite a lot from an article with only a paragraph.
I know what you mean, I nearly got sick just reading it. It actually seems like someone paid them (a LOT) to write that paragraph.
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When will ips monitors be affordable? I mean, $400 is actually not too bad, considering the u2410 is $600 full retail.
The U2211h is 250 dollars or more. The U2311h is 300 dollars or more.

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16:9 is actually better for gaming, video editing and other media than 16:10 is... For everything else, 1200p is better.
That's opinion. Both have their advantages in gaming and in video editing. Mostly, 1200p is better because it offers the extra space AND the possibility to run both resolutions letterboxed.
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Hmm that's a decent price. I've been looking to pick some sort of IPS panel up for photo editing.
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Sure, 1080p HDTVs aren't exactly an ultra luxury these days, but a 1920 x 1080-pixel panel on your desk? That's a privilege often enjoyed by stock brokers, graphic designers, and those of us who know how to beat the technology ordering system at work.
This writer doesn't have a clue what he's talking about. The 1920x1080 resolution has become mainstream for computer monitors and is the most common resolution I see today. How can you consider that a privilege often enjoyed by stock brokers and graphic designers.
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Oh, and it retails for $399. That price tag may make you reconsider spending an extra $200 per inch for Apple's new $999 Thunderbolt Display, though Dell's 24-incher notably lacks a built-in webcam, and is somewhat limited in the connectivity department.
In mentioning the Apple Thunderbolt Display he fails to point out that in addition to the bigger size it also uses a substantially more spacious 2560x1440 resolution. Maybe he thinks that resolution is only privileged to Astronauts and Physicists. LOL, if anything else this article gave me a good laugh.
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Originally Posted by De-Zant View Post
The U2211h is 250 dollars or more. The U2311h is 300 dollars or more.



That's opinion. Both have their advantages in gaming and in video editing. Mostly, 1200p is better because it offers the extra space AND the possibility to run both resolutions letterboxed.
Yeah, that's true. But you still pay a premium with such products.

Also, I think that it is a fact, not opinion. 1080p iirc allows for a larger field of vision than 1200p does.
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Also, I think that it is a fact, not opinion. 1080p iirc allows for a larger field of vision than 1200p does.
That makes it fact how that 16:9 is "better"? 16:10 at the same resolution tier allows for higher image clarity in games and being able to see distant objects a lil bit better.

And as both have their advantages, it's opinion.

And the opinion becomes irrelevant because it's possible to simply run 1920x1080 on a 1920x1200 display letterboxed.
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post #18 of 81
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Yeah, that's true. But you still pay a premium with such products.

Also, I think that it is a fact, not opinion. 1080p iirc allows for a larger field of vision than 1200p does.
Not this again... it's the aspect ratio itself, not the specific resolution that gives you the FOV advantage, and ONLY in certain games. If you're not gaming, x1200 is better than x1080* because you get more pixels. Over 230,000 more in total, that is.

*ALL monitors are progressive, why put "1200p", etc.? There's no point other than marketing.
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I'm buying 3 Dell U2311Hs tomorrow for $700. I can't wait to see them setup.
Just curious...Where are you getting that price? Used?
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16:9 is actually better for gaming, video editing and other media than 16:10 is... For everything else, 1200p is better.
16:10 is more natural to the eye and thus better for gaming.
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