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19" 1440x900 To 24" 1920x1080 , Any Difference?

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June 3, 2014 5:47:25 AM

Hello , I am sorry , It's kinda stupid question , But I live in a small tribal town in NWFP Pakistan near Afghanistan where everyone with a computer has 1024x768 Resolution LCD's and I am lucky to have a 1440x900 LCD [And the best PC of the Town :D ]
[They only take AK-47's out here in the streets and Bam Bam Bam]
I have ordered a 1920x1080 24" Samsung LCD and It's on it's way from the City.
I can still say no to the deal as I haven't paid the dealer yet..
And I have never felt or seen how a HD 24" LCD feels....
I have seen that LCD in Pictures but not in real life... So I am asking that will I see a huge difference or eye pleasing difference that will cheer me up or will it feel regular?
I don't play games , only movies and surfing...
P.S. I am doing so as My 1440x900 LCD is a bit damaged.
Thanks in Advance :) 

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June 3, 2014 5:53:53 AM

If you don't know the difference, I would say ignorance is bliss. If you have to pay a ton of money for your Monitor, it may not be worth it.

If the damage to your monitor is significant, I would say go for it. You can see a difference in movies from 900 to 1080. There will also be more area to put screens and read on a 1080p screen, which is also useful. It just really depends on what you're getting for the price you're paying.
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June 3, 2014 5:58:25 AM

The 24" will probably feel huge initially and possibly give you headaches while you adjust to the size but after that, it will no longer feel like such a big deal.

At least that was my experience going from 20" to 24" about seven years ago. It was very similar to when I went from a 15" to 19" CRT 14 years ago.
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June 3, 2014 7:59:05 AM

Yuno Fukkame said:
You live in a small tribal town in pakistan and you speak english? somehow i think your lying.

If your not gaming aside from just being bigger, you wont notice much difference.


Its Pakistan not Afghanistan :)  I have studied in an English Grammar School , I have an educated family , but we have lands here which my father won't leave , so we are here in the town yet :) 
Thanks for the Answer.


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June 3, 2014 8:00:08 AM

mjranew said:
If you don't know the difference, I would say ignorance is bliss. If you have to pay a ton of money for your Monitor, it may not be worth it.

If the damage to your monitor is significant, I would say go for it. You can see a difference in movies from 900 to 1080. There will also be more area to put screens and read on a 1080p screen, which is also useful. It just really depends on what you're getting for the price you're paying.


The Price is good , I am comfortable with it :)  Thanks for the Answer !
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June 3, 2014 8:01:12 AM

InvalidError said:
The 24" will probably feel huge initially and possibly give you headaches while you adjust to the size but after that, it will no longer feel like such a big deal.

At least that was my experience going from 20" to 24" about seven years ago. It was very similar to when I went from a 15" to 19" CRT 14 years ago.


Hmmmm Thanks for the reply , well then I am ready to get surprised :) 
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