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LCD TV for Computing

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October 28, 2006 10:09:38 AM

I can’t seem to get around the fact that LCD TV’s are much cheaper, thus leading on the buyer to enclose a summation, that computer LCD screens are better for computing.

Now, I am not a sensitive hardcore gamer, I mainly work with PSCS and Premiere Pro. Occasionally I play games, and when I do it, I like a good flow as the next guy.

Here are my questions:
1) Can I use a 32" LCD TV for computing?

2) If so, which one is recommended?

3) I do not want a blow up of 1280x1024. Can I get the full native 32” resolution at 32" :?:

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October 28, 2006 10:25:08 AM

I’ve realized that almost all LCD TV’s have 1366x764.

Does that mean that LCD TV’s suck for computing?

The entire idea of having a big monitor is to use it as a TV and as a monitor for Video Editing, which sometimes require bigger monitors.
October 28, 2006 10:41:03 AM

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I’ve realized that almost all LCD TV’s have 1366x764.

Does that mean that LCD TV’s suck for computing?


In a word, yes... unless you want to view it from a normal TV distance while being limited to XGA resolution.

A computer monitor can make a good TV, however. The best compromise would be a 24", 1920x1200 monitor.
October 28, 2006 10:52:03 AM

Well, I guess thats that.

Thank you. :p 
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