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17" 1920×1200 external monitors?

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Anyone know of any 17" monitors that are 1920×1200?
Looking for one to match my 17" laptop. Somehow I think I work better with this resolution than bigger monitors or bigger resolutions.
Partly due to space constraints too.
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The smallest I have seen is 21.5. I don't think they make monitors that small with that many pixels packed in sorry.
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If you want a 1080P screen, 21.5 seems to be as small as they get.
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Only thing I can think of for something that small would be to buy another 17" laptop screen and use a converter board to convert it to vga or dvi. Something like This. You would obviously have to do some more research into it but I couldn't come up with anything else in a quick Google search.
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post #5 of 6
Thread Starter 
Or I can buy a used 17" laptop with that screen resolution, and run a software like Air Display to get it working as an external.
Or I can pair a Hoverbar with my iPad to get a good resolution 2nd display, again with Air Display.

Thanks for the prompt responses. Very helpful, and positive community here!
post #6 of 6
My Dell XPS that I don't use anymore has a 17" screen and it's 1920x1200.

It's an M1710
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