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Can someone please, from his experience, advise me if its worth buying 27" monitor with 1920x1080 resolution, i heared alot that this kind of resolution on this inch display at certain closer distance is NO GO? I will be about a meter away from it. Table where i got keyboard and mouse, there it will be.

About to buy tomorrow this one: Samsung P2770FH 27" LCD monitor

Or is it better to buy 24" monitor? If yes i am looking at this one: (any better 24" TN monitor there? )

Monitor LED LCD 24" Samsung BX2450

Please advice. TY
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i highly recommend the hanns-g 28' monitor. You can pick it up anywhere from $300-$350, it is 1920x1200 resolution with 3ms response time. Great monitor for bargain price.
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Can someone please, from his experience, advise me if its worth buying 27" monitor with 1920x1080 resolution, i heared alot that this kind of resolution on this inch display at certain closer distance is NO GO? I will be about a meter away from it. Table where i got keyboard and mouse, there it will be. Please advice. TY
it depends on whether or not you can tolerate the 0.31mm dot pitch. i was able to view a 27" 1920x1080 in person at Office Depot before i purchased my monitor from Amazon, so i knew what i was getting into. Text is not as sharp when compared to a 24" 1920x1080 (0.28mm dot pitch). my eyes aren't as acute as they used to be so it doesn't bother me
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I suggest you go for Samsung P2770FH or HP 2711X.
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