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PLP Setup? 1440p on the portrait panels!

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Hey guys! I want to do a PLP setup badly, and have all of the monitors be 1440p. Budget is not an issue. I will be using Asus monitors, and not some korean stuff. Probably will have to go with dell side monitors though. Please help me out.

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No one has posted? I know this setup is becoming more and more popular.
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Yes id love this setup as well - but im using a QNIX 27" 1440p - i think the only ones that match in Portrait mode would be a 20-21" monitor. Even then at around 900pixels most (web) content would be cropped
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Originally Posted by jerrolds View Post

Yes id love this setup as well - but im using a QNIX 27" 1440p - i think the only ones that match in Portrait mode would be a 20-21" monitor. Even then at around 900pixels most (web) content would be cropped

Yeah sadly I don't know of any 1440p monitor smaller than 24" that isn't from apple on a laptop.

I may just do 3 1440p monitors in portrait mode, or 3 1080p monitors in landscape with a 1440p monitor hanging over tilted in the center. Of course I would get a wider longer corner desk so I am not so close.
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Your best bet would be laptop panels hooked up to a converter. Someone did this a while back but it was an older thread. You would need to match the dimensions of the 1440p panels actual screen height to the vertical length of th laptop panel.
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