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LCd monitors for visually impaired.

Last response: in Computer Peripherals
September 10, 2010 3:47:13 PM

For years I have used 800 x 600 resolution. This was never a problem wiht CGA monitors. Now I am visually impaired and MUSt iuse 800 x 600 - anything else is just too SMALL on the screen. Now with LCD screens there are major problems - resolutions are just too high. I found one solution - a Dell 2001FP 20 inch LCD (4:3 aspect ratio) with 1600x1200 maximum resolution. Using 800x600 on that monitor works well. My monitor is aging and now I find all the new models are widescreen monitors. Can anuone recommend a widescreen LCD monitor of about 22 inch size that can be used at 800x600 resolution with acceptable clarity. This is for general computing - a lot of wordprocessing, some spreadsheetimng and browsing the web - hardly used for gaming. I would My monitor is to be used with a Mac Mini (2010 model) with Mac OSX 10 Snow Leopard. I recently used an Acer H213H :CD monitor 22 inch recommended resolution 1920x1080 - I used it for a short while at 800x600 and it seemed quite clear and acceptable - there was relatively little blurr of text. Can anyone recommend an lCD monitor ( relatively inexpensivce - max US$200) and between 21 inch and 23 inch that I can use at 800x600 resolution WITHOUT makor loss of clartity .

I would be grateful for replies and advise to my emails


I am somewhat visually impaired and need a solution URGENTLY.


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September 11, 2010 8:23:02 AM

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