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post #11 of 13
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Originally Posted by Samurai Batgirl View Post

If I'm using it as a monitor, I'm going to have it closer to me. Because of that, I'll be able to see jaggies more easily...and I don't want that. I'd like to sell my current monitor so I could have either a 24" 1200p monitor, or a smaller 1080p monitor. Whatever, though... :/
For TV, 1080p is fine. You're not sitting close and movies are made to fit it.

24-inch-16x9-vs-24-inch-16x10.png

1200p isn't giving you any noticeable difference, its not like the aspect ratio remains the same.
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post #13 of 13
over 25" the full hd resolution is too low !
my office cheaper small monitor is most sharpness.
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