23.6in vs 24in vs 27in monitor

23.6in $169.99 = http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236052

24in $199.99 = http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236049

27in $279.99 = http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236091

I'm planning on selling my 3x20in display for a bigger screen, cuz the eyefinity didn't really work with me. It made me a but bit nauseous. It only happens on playing FPS games, i tried playing BF3 and had to lower my settings to high's and mids and had to play around with the FOV which really didn't help.

I live in a small apartment and my desktop is in front of my bed (probably about 9ft away from the bed frame to the desktop) so that I can watch movies while laying down the bed. The 20in displays were such a disappointment when i try to watch movies while I'm on the bed because it's too small :( and that's why I'm planning on buying a bigger monitor because i cannot afford a HDTV (unless you guys can help me find a HDTV that cost around 300 less).

I preferably want that 27in since it's bigger and most of the threads I've read talking about the difference between 23.6/24in vs 27in monitors, the quality of the 27in weren't at all noticeable from the 23.6.24in.

My question is.. is it worth spending a $100 more for the 27in? BTW you guys can give me better suggestion on monitors too.

Thank you for your participation and I hope to find the monitor I need.
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  1. I just got a new monitor a couple days ago to replace my aging 21.5" monitor. I ended up getting a 27" and am glad I did. Its not too much bigger then a 24" but to me it was worth the extra money.

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    Also people are going to tell you not to get a 27 1080P because the resolution isn't high enough and it can be pixelated. I can understand what they mean, but I can't really notice it and the picture is great.
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