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One of the best things about having a 40" TV on the wall for a monitor is the large amount of desk space (I can lean back with my feet on the desk ). I have a 30" deep desk with the TV on the wall, taking just a few inches of the desk. Also, in my opinion it's more comfortable viewing a larger screen that is further back for gaming.
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From the way the OP is worded, it's sounding like he's asking if 27" is too small for having a 1080p resolution, which is an insane idea imo. If it's the other way around, asking if 1080p is too few pixels for a 27" screen, my answer would be yes unless you're sitting far away.
LOL sorry about that, fixed it... Anyways I went ahead and got the Samsung P2270FH and it looks amazing! Been playing BF3 with it and the sheer size of it brings the immersion just that much higher. I have know worries about the pixels being to stretched I think its just perfect sitting 2 feet away. Im really enjoying it!
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Awesome! I completely agree with the increased immersion aspect. Glad you're enjoying your purchase
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