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Are there 19" 1600x1200 LCD monitors out there?

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Anonymous
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January 29, 2005 10:48:58 PM

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Just curious... for desktop usage, I try hard to avoid resolutions lower
than 1600x1200 (it's for CAD work -- for games I'll give up resolution to
get better frame rates!). I'm curious if one can find a 1600x1200 native
LCD with a 19" screen? Or are they all 20.1+"?

I have a Viewsonic PF795 (19" CRT) from a couple of years ago and have been
very happy with it. 1600x1200 is quite usable on it, and I'd love to
replace it with something that has roughly the same screen size.

Thanks,
---Joel Kolstad

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Anonymous
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January 30, 2005 10:35:31 AM

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Joel Kolstad writes:

> Just curious... for desktop usage, I try hard to avoid resolutions lower
> than 1600x1200 (it's for CAD work -- for games I'll give up resolution to
> get better frame rates!). I'm curious if one can find a 1600x1200 native
> LCD with a 19" screen? Or are they all 20.1+"?

I looked and looked for 1600x1200 monitors before buying a 20.1-inch
monitor. I never saw anything below that size that would handle this
native resolution. But I wanted something 20" or larger, anyway, as it
was replacing a 20" CRT.

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Anonymous
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January 30, 2005 5:57:15 PM

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Apparently you didn't know that ALL 19" LCD monitors are 1280 x 1024. You
will need to buy a larger LCD monitor to get 1600 x 1200.

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DaveW



"Joel Kolstad" <JKolstad71HatesSpam@Yahoo.Com> wrote in message
news:l4qdndV4UrezxGHcRVn-hg@comcast.com...
> Just curious... for desktop usage, I try hard to avoid resolutions lower
> than 1600x1200 (it's for CAD work -- for games I'll give up resolution to
> get better frame rates!). I'm curious if one can find a 1600x1200 native
> LCD with a 19" screen? Or are they all 20.1+"?
>
> I have a Viewsonic PF795 (19" CRT) from a couple of years ago and have
> been very happy with it. 1600x1200 is quite usable on it, and I'd love to
> replace it with something that has roughly the same screen size.
>
> Thanks,
> ---Joel Kolstad
>
>
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February 4, 2005 5:50:12 PM

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"Joel Kolstad" <JKolstad71HatesSpam@Yahoo.Com> wrote:
> Just curious... for desktop usage, I try hard to avoid resolutions lower
> than 1600x1200 (it's for CAD work -- for games I'll give up resolution to
> get better frame rates!). I'm curious if one can find a 1600x1200 native
> LCD with a 19" screen? Or are they all 20.1+"?

They are not easy to find, but they do exist, for example:

Iiyama AU4831D
http://www.iiyama-mart.com/4831.htm

Eizo FlexScan L771
http://www.eizo.co.uk/local/pdf/eng_L771.pdf


Steve.
Anonymous
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February 5, 2005 1:05:41 PM

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Thanks for the links, Steve -- much appreciated.
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