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Originally Posted by SgtSpike;15292740 
Ugh, CRT's give me a headache.

Then why are you using one? tongue.gif
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Then why are you using one? tongue.gif
LOL

Yeah forgot about that. I don't "use" my server on a regular basis, otherwise I'd get an LCD for it too. tongue.gif
post #43 of 51
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Im with you. Its all about the stupid consumer though. Now days most monitors are in 1080 because that's a buzzword that the average consumer knows.

"OH, 1080 resolution, like my TV, it must be great." and so thats what they buy, and thats what is sold.

I have it and hope cheaper monitors with better resolution start coming out as well.

Both Dell (SP2309W) and Samsung (2343BWX) had fairly reasonably priced monitors in higher resolution (2048x1152), but for some unknown reason both companies discontinued them. Freakin' retarded.
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Originally Posted by DarthElvis;15295497 
Both Dell (SP2309W) and Samsung (2343BWX) had fairly reasonably priced monitors in higher resolution (2048x1152), but for some unknown reason both companies discontinued them. Freakin' retarded.

I owned the Samsung, but it died in 6 months. Had a store warranty and got a 1080p LG with very bad color as a replacement which I now regret accepting. Ended up buying a Dell U2211h because the color and viewing angles were too bad on the LG.
One of the reasons for the discontinuation was that it was also hard to market to people who knew "1080p was the thing to get." Hopefully they market the upcoming 4k displays better. I have more hope for those getting cheap than the current 2560x1600 or 2560x1440 form factors.
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an 24'' IPS 1920x1200 display runs at about $450, yet tablets(which have many other expensive components) will get 2048x1536 and will only cost 500$?!
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an 24'' IPS 1920x1200 display runs at about $450, yet tablets(which have many other expensive components) will get 2048x1536 and will only cost 500$?!

Economies of scale.
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Economies of scale.
Yep, unfortunately. If the monitor sells 10,000 units, but the tablet sells 300,000 units, the tablet will be a heck of a lot better "bang for your buck" than the monitor.
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Yep, unfortunately. If the monitor sells 10,000 units, but the tablet sells 300,000 units, the tablet will be a heck of a lot better "bang for your buck" than the monitor.

Well with Apple helping pay for IPS panel manufacturing through buying so much, we will likely get at least some benefits. Perhaps if they get cheap enough, laptops other than a couple business ones will get IPS displays smile.gif.
post #49 of 51
uummm Samsung galaxy tab 7.7 already have a very pixel dense screen, 1280x800 in a 7.7 inch screen is nice, plus amoled

at this rate, the first 32 HDTV Amoled models will be out soon
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Personally I couldn't care less if 10.1" (or aroundabouts) tablets exceeded 1280x800 resolution. More than that is a waste to me. Yes, I know others disagree.
    
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