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In general, the borderless screes are only borderless on the left, right, and sometimes top sides. This is fine if you are using all of them in landscape mode, but not so much if you are using them in portrait mode (which gives a much more usable aspect ration than running 3 in landscape mode), where you will still have a border. If you have 3 in landscape for watching videos, you get no benefit over a single 23 inch screen.
3 1080p screens is also quite a bit more pixels than a 27 inch display (but also much larger); you need a very powerful GPU to run games at that resolution.
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But a 21 inch is frankly too small. Heck i would have gone 24" long time ago if my 22" wasn't so freaking jacked up so high
The reason for a 1440p 27" is because about it's larger image not entirely about density, sure a 21.5" has similar density but it's TOO SMALL. That's the point of it
But i could buy 3 IPS 23.5" and still have 200 dollars leftover for a U2713HM ... I don't want korean. Definitely not.
I can live with a small screen. When your focussed on a game it doesn't mater if you have 30 inch or 20. I noticed that last weekend when i played my good old guild wars 2 game on my girlfriends laptop.
When i was done playing i totally got out of my zone and realized.. what the heck.. who needs big ass screens anyway?
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Originally Posted by jameschisholm View Post

Basically it comes down to the question, if you want a bigger monitor say a 27", do you want to stick with 1080p and lose sharpness due to the screen size increase, or go with a 1440p monitor and keep the sharpness?
I take best of both, The sharpness due to better pixel density and i sacrifise screen size which i don't really need anyway.
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lol why on earth would you compare a 21.5'' screen to a 27'' screen
put a 27'' 1080p screen next to a 27'' 1440p screen and you'll notice it thumb.gif
Not if you take PPI in concideration.
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I don't even know what or why the OP is arguing.

PPI is irrelevant. 1440p has more pixels than 1080p. That's all that matters. There's more screen real estate to work with.

A 30" 1440p monitor will be better than a 20" 1080p monitor even though the latter has a higher PPI. It's not about the PPI, it's about the QUANTITY of pixels. 99% of people would choose the 30" 1440p over the 20" 1080p.

PPI has become a marketing word that smartphone manufacturers are using to make their phones seem better and you have fallen into the trap. Smartphones are constrained to a certain screen size (between 4" to 5.5") and the early smartphones had relatively low resolutions which caused some text and images to look blurry or not as sharp. Nowadays, 720p is sufficient for 5" smart phones. Only real benefit of 1080p on phones is no need to scale 1080p videos. The text is sufficiently sharp.

You have two phones, one is 4.5" and the other is 5" both of which have 1080p resolutions. You are led to believe that the 4.5" is better simply because it has a higher DPI but it is the 5" that is better because of the larger screen. At that size, the difference in the size of the pixels can not be discerned by the human eye.

I think you got that all wrong, i think PPI is just as important as contrast, brightness etc.
The more the better.

I already ordered a 1080p 21inch screen to go with. After a long search my eye fell on the dell s2422L. I will report my findings, but ofcourse i cannot compare it to a 1440p (yet)
I will however find someone with a 1440p screen and take a look at it and give my honest opinion about it when i've done so.

Still, someone point out to me, what makes a 1440p superior to 1080p BESIDES pixel density and screensize(desktop space).
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Originally Posted by unseen0 View Post

I can live with a small screen. When your focussed on a game it doesn't mater if you have 30 inch or 20. I noticed that last weekend when i played my good old guild wars 2 game on my girlfriends laptop.
When i was done playing i totally got out of my zone and realized.. what the heck.. who needs big ass screens anyway?
I take best of both, The sharpness due to better pixel density and i sacrifise screen size which i don't really need anyway.
Not if you take PPI in concideration.
lol
I think you got that all wrong, i think PPI is just as important as contrast, brightness etc.
The more the better.

I already ordered a 1080p 21inch screen to go with. After a long search my eye fell on the dell s2422L. I will report my findings, but ofcourse i cannot compare it to a 1440p (yet)
I will however find someone with a 1440p screen and take a look at it and give my honest opinion about it when i've done so.

Still, someone point out to me, what makes a 1440p superior to 1080p BESIDES pixel density and screensize(desktop space).
Consider yourself lucky that you don't care about screen size; I thought I would be fine with a 21.5 inch monitor (coming from a 24 inch 16:10 panel that is now being used on another computer), but I sacrificed a noticeable degree of immersion by lowering the screen size; I always found myself trying to pull the 21.5 inch monitor closer to my to get a wider field of view, only to have it hit my keyboard because I had no more room. With the U2713hm, I can put it farther back and still have a large field of view.

Say whatever you want about what you think you will theoretically notice with regards to detail, but I will tell you this: to me, 1440p on a 27 inch monitor is MUCH more detailed than 1080p on a 21.5 inch monitor. When I first played games on my U2713HM I nearly cried; it was that much better.

Is there any reason you got a dell S series monitor (although the particular model you stated does not appear to exist, did you mean the 2240?) instead of an ultrasharp? The ultrasharp monitors (even <27 models) are the premium monitors, so you should go for those over the S series.
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1440p is definitely better. I've owned a 21.5" 1080P AOC then moved to an Acer 23" 1080p but hopping to the Yamakasi is crazy
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Originally Posted by Mjolnir125 View Post

Consider yourself lucky that you don't care about screen size; I thought I would be fine with a 21.5 inch monitor (coming from a 24 inch 16:10 panel that is now being used on another computer), but I sacrificed a noticeable degree of immersion by lowering the screen size; I always found myself trying to pull the 21.5 inch monitor closer to my to get a wider field of view, only to have it hit my keyboard because I had no more room. With the U2713hm, I can put it farther back and still have a large field of view.

Say whatever you want about what you think you will theoretically notice with regards to detail, but I will tell you this: to me, 1440p on a 27 inch monitor is MUCH more detailed than 1080p on a 21.5 inch monitor. When I first played games on my U2713HM I nearly cried; it was that much better.

Is there any reason you got a dell S series monitor (although the particular model you stated does not appear to exist, did you mean the 2240?) instead of an ultrasharp? The ultrasharp monitors (even <27 models) are the premium monitors, so you should go for those over the S series.
Yeah i ment the s2240L model. my bad smile.gif
I hope i'm gonna be satisfied with the 21.5 inch, if i am, i will add a second. for more space to compensate.
I went for the S series due to power consumption and they have no AG coat. They're glossy which i like.
My TV is glossy and that thing has a freaking amazing display!
I will be comparing my S2240L to a ultrasharp @ 1440p quite soon. I will ofcourse report my honest findings. I'm no fanboy.
Just a noble soul looking for the best solution in my case wink.gif
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1440p is definitely better. I've owned a 21.5" 1080P AOC then moved to an Acer 23" 1080p but hopping to the Yamakasi is crazy
In the end, i might just add a 1440p panel to my current 1080p panel, that is, IF i'm as impressed as most people.
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I can live with a small screen. When your focussed on a game it doesn't mater if you have 30 inch or 20.
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It doesn't matter if you have a small manhood or a big one... as long as you are focused on your game you will be all right!


You will be all right but you ain't being pleasured enough to enjoy the experiance. biggrin.gif
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I ended up getting a Dell S2250L. it's a 21.5inch 1080p monitor.
Here in short the pro's and con's compared to my old 27inch 1200p LCD (cathode) TN panel

Pro's
-from 60watts to 15 watts power consumption
-by far sharper image! (pixel density really does it i believe!)
-way way better colours (way to go IPS!)
-Equally fast, even tho i want from 5ms > 8ms.
-Modern look, it simply is a beautifull thin bezel screen, really love it.

Con's
-Smaller reso, so less desktop space.
-Nothing further.

I can't be more happier. I am convinced 1440p is absolutely gorgeous compared to even my new little Dell, But for 150 euro's i think i spend my money quite well as i am very happy with it.
In the end, i will add a 1440p monitor, but by then the prices will have dropped and i will have enjoyed my new screen as i am already.
I can actually see cracks in the walls now in battlefield lol smile.gif

Thank you all for the info and contribution. If any1 want's to know about the Dell S2240L, I recommend it, it's low in cost, low in power consumption, great overal screen quality.
But don't take this if u intend to go play fast games such as Quake 3, in that case i'd go for a TN panel OR for the ultrasharp models by dell, they tend to be faster.
Ofcourse 120hz panels are the way to go if you strictly play FPS.

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I ended up getting a Dell S2250L. it's a 21.5inch 1080p monitor.
Here in short the pro's and con's compared to my old 27inch 1200p LCD (cathode) TN panel

Pro's
-from 60watts to 15 watts power consumption
-by far sharper image! (pixel density really does it i believe!)
-way way better colours (way to go IPS!)
-Equally fast, even tho i want from 5ms > 8ms.
-Modern look, it simply is a beautifull thin bezel screen, really love it.

Con's
-Smaller reso, so less desktop space.
-Nothing further.

I can't be more happier. I am convinced 1440p is absolutely gorgeous compared to even my new little Dell, But for 150 euro's i think i spend my money quite well as i am very happy with it.
In the end, i will add a 1440p monitor, but by then the prices will have dropped and i will have enjoyed my new screen as i am already.
I can actually see cracks in the walls now in battlefield lol smile.gif

Thank you all for the info and contribution. If any1 want's to know about the Dell S2240L, I recommend it, it's low in cost, low in power consumption, great overal screen quality.
But don't take this if u intend to go play fast games such as Quake 3, in that case i'd go for a TN panel OR for the ultrasharp models by dell, they tend to be faster.
Ofcourse 120hz panels are the way to go if you strictly play FPS.

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The Ultrasharp models aren't any faster. They are all IPS panels, which in general have slower response times than TN panels.
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The Ultrasharp models aren't any faster. They are all IPS panels, which in general have slower response times than TN panels.

According to hardware.info, the Ultrasharp panels have a slight advantage in pixel responses.
It may only be 2 ms at most, so you probably won't notice it. Especially compared to a TN.
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