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Originally Posted by chobes View Post
the only reason i even considered the dynex is because i could sit a little further in my room like on my bed to watch movies.. i personally couldnt tell the difference from 2 meters away between 720 and 1080... but i do notice a difference in what i can see at that difference between 24 and 32 inches... i usually dont consider dynex brand as an option but what im taking into account is the maximum viewable distance.. so should i still stick with the 24?
As everyone says, they are two entirely different displays. If you want versitility and sheer size go for the 32". But be warned, it's a budget brand and you pay for what you get.

If you are using it purely as a PC monitor, then BUY a monitor.

FYI, on a 32" screen the benefit of 720 is visable from about 7 feet away. On a 24" screen at 1080 you would have to be 4 feet away to really get the rewards of a 1080 screen.

Work out what you will use the display for mostly, and get the kit that will serve the purpose you need
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