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LG 27EA33V 1080P or should I buy smaller size?

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Just saw a LG 27ea33v deal, but the monitor is IPS 1080p with 5ms response time, my intuition tells me that the PPI will be reduced, I don't know if this will have significant impact on daily use and also most importantly gaming:roll eyes:

Currently I am using two monitors, one is 21" with 1680*1050 (Can't remember) and another 22" with 1920*1080, since the older 21" is dying on me I am thing to replace it with a new one.

the most easy/cheap solution is to grab another two 22" monitors, so I can have a nice wide screen for gaming. (let's say video cards are not the problem here)
23"~24" monitors I am not sure about it, I saw people mentioned the increase of 1" from 23 to 24 is not really visible, I'm kind of thinking the same thing from 22 to 23 or 24.

I'd like to hear some opinions, thanks.
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When I bought my 25 inch monitor, my friend's 24 inch looks a lot smaller although it was just a mere 1 inch difference. Now I'm using a 27 inch 1080p monitor, which at first I thought would look ugly due to the lack of pixel. But in reality the 27 does look crispy, despite the low resolution. wink.gif
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