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I was wondering if i could use the picture in picture feature on this monitor http://www.memoryexpress.com/Product...8ME%29.aspx#NA and use it like i would with two montiors in one? Would there be any down falls if it worked?
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Originally Posted by xEzekialx View Post
I was wondering if i could use the picture in picture feature on this monitor http://www.memoryexpress.com/Product...8ME%29.aspx#NA and use it like i would with two montiors in one? Would there be any down falls if it worked?
I do not see any reason why this monitor and its PIP feature would not work for you.

The only downside (or rather, limitation) is that you cannot use the monitor's DVI and HDMI inputs at the same time with PIP enabled. See pic below (taken from page 3-4 of User Guide).

And, of course, the main picture would have part of it being blocked by the PIP window.
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i was thinking usin the display port and dvi
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i was thinking usin the display port and dvi
Then, you should be fine.
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