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post #1 of 11
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i read somewhere that some monitors have this feature.
which ones do it?

UPDATE:

http://www.overclock.net/monitors-di...l#post12082929
Edited by infamouskid - 1/20/11 at 4:50pm
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For simultaneously looking at pr0n and playing Metro 2033.
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post #3 of 11
To clarify: you are looking for PIP from different input sources?
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post #4 of 11
Not many...might be better off with a small LCD TV.

Envision, NEC and Samsung used to make them, from what I've heard, but they're hard to find now.

EDIT: Some models
Envision EN-7500
Samsung Syncmaster 930MP
NEC MultiSync LCD3210
post #5 of 11
When I ordered my monitor, I ALMOST ordered its brother ( has built in TV tuner, Speakers, and Picture in Picture... )
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824001392
post #6 of 11
There's also this, but not sure if it would meet your specific need (whatever that is).

A separate device that does the PIP itself:

http://www.nextdaypc.com/main/produc...inid=ND0130014
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Originally Posted by Capwn View Post
When I ordered my monitor, I ALMOST ordered its brother ( has built in TV tuner, Speakers, and Picture in Picture... )
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824001392
Nice! That's almost tempting...if only I would get my W-2...
post #8 of 11
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does that samsung really do picture in picture?

anyways i found 1.

http://www.ncix.com/products/index.p...nufacture=ASUS

and apparantley in reviews this ranks 3rd after the apple 27 inch led cinema and Samsung BX2431.
but at 360.00 CAD for 27 inches @ 2ms response. i think i am going to grab this one.
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post #9 of 11
Off the top of my head there's the Samsung FX2490HD (probably other monitor/TVs from Samsung do to, look out for the "HD" suffix), BenQ XL2410T (video of it doing Picture by Picture, but it can do PiP too), BenQ EW2430V (yet to be released) and the Dell U2410, U2711, U3011. For the Dell there is a limitation to the PiP (from the Cnet review):

"Picture in picture and picture by picture is available, although if you've plugged in through DVI or HDMI you will only be able to choose VGA, DisplayPort, component or composite as the alternative source, you cannot pair a DVI with a DVI picture, or an HDMI with a DVI picture. All other combinations should work fine."

Edit: A couple more from Samsung, the 22" B2230HD, 23" B2330HD or 24" B2430HD (video of it doing PiP).
Edited by cracker - 1/19/11 at 2:58pm
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Off the top of my head there's the Samsung FX2490HD (probably other monitor/TVs from Samsung do to, look out for the "HD" suffix), BenQ XL2410T (video of it doing Picture by Picture, but it can do PiP too), BenQ EW2430V (yet to be released) and the Dell U2410, U2711, U3011. For the Dell there is a limitation to the PiP (from the Cnet review):

"Picture in picture and picture by picture is available, although if you've plugged in through DVI or HDMI you will only be able to choose VGA, DisplayPort, component or composite as the alternative source, you cannot pair a DVI with a DVI picture, or an HDMI with a DVI picture. All other combinations should work fine."

Edit: A couple more from Samsung, the 22" B2230HD, 23" B2330HD or 24" B2430HD (video of it doing PiP).
thanks time read up.
i do love samsung's zero dead pixel policy. 3 of the panels in my home are samsungs.
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