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I don't understand. please rephrase.
What I meant was if I'm already going to buy a 42"+ Television, whenever I want a big screen I would still have that option, and if I bought a large monitor for pc-use, wouldn't it be redundant?

Getting a triple-monitor setup I imagine would provide some degree of versatility..
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I have three U2410 but they are not in eyefinity. Two are in landscape and one is in portrait. I like the workflow of three monitors better than compared to one large high res monitor.

A ultra high res 30 inch monitor would be more useful to graphic design work.
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