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Anyone with 24' Monitor Experience?!

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May 9, 2010 9:55:39 AM

Hi there,

I'm about to purchase a new system. I currently have the 24' Samsung 2493HM. It has a max res of 1920x1200 and I absolutely love it. It's a top monitor. Unfortunately it seems its impossible to find them anywhere these days (i'm in Australia).

So, I am after a second monitor so i can run dual displays. Does anyone know of a 24" monitor with the same native res as the Samsung i own? One i have found is the Samsung 2443BW+. It seems similar with a different finish to the outer shell. I am really hoping to get a second monitor that will be as close in actual physical screen size to the first!



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May 9, 2010 3:55:32 PM

2x HP w2408h, 1920*1200 24" LCD, i have it, and love it :love: 
Samsung 2443bw has some nice review online, it seems like a good monitor :D 
I've seen some hansG 24" with 1920*1200 too, not sure bout the price or model tho...
dual displays FTW!! :kaola: 
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May 9, 2010 3:58:43 PM

Dell 2407 WFP looks to have a similar look and bezel.
You can always get a custom dual monitor stand/mount to hide the difference in the stands.
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May 10, 2010 2:14:32 AM

both the HP and Dell monitors look pretty brilliant. they both oftenrotate to vertical which is often very handy.

I am now considering the possibility of instead getting 2 22" monitors, to put either side of the 24" samsung. the cost of 2 22" monitors is pretty much the same as a single 24". the only thing, is all 3 monitors would have the same HD resolution, so program windows and text would look larger on the 24" then the 22" side monitors, which could kind of suck...
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May 10, 2010 3:44:00 AM

MICKFX said:
both the HP and Dell monitors look pretty brilliant. they both oftenrotate to vertical which is often very handy.

I am now considering the possibility of instead getting 2 22" monitors, to put either side of the 24" samsung. the cost of 2 22" monitors is pretty much the same as a single 24". the only thing, is all 3 monitors would have the same HD resolution, so program windows and text would look larger on the 24" then the 22" side monitors, which could kind of suck...

i guess the aspect ratio for the 22" is 16:9 right?
cuz the 24" usually have a 16:10, with is a higher pixel dencity :lol: 
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