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I have a HP 23inch wide screen monitor that has been in use since 2009, it has a great display and is very clear.
I bought a 27inch Samsung and it was kind of blurry and overall just didn't look good. I tried everything Samsung suggested
I do and nothing helped, I even updated the firmware per their instructions, I ended up sending it back.
anyway is this normal as you get a larger screen? my sig shows my specs so you can see what I run it with.
I am now considering another HP due too the one I have looks so good, I am looking at a HP 27 inch on Amazon for $249.99 which
is 75 bucks less then the Samsung I sent back.
so is a 27 inch HP going to be blurry also due to it's screen size?
or did I just get a bad Samsung?


ooops, I just noticed that there is a monitor forum, could a mod please move my thread? thank you
Edited by jlhawn - 4/5/13 at 2:39pm
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Just make sure you are buying a monitor meant for computers...I have a lot of friends that use TV as monitors and they don't realize TV monitors are meant to be watch at a distance vs a computer monitor that is meant to be look at close up.

What kind of monitors do you have?
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