[geeks] 24 inch monitors
jdboyd at jdboyd.net
Tue Jan 1 01:08:58 CST 2008
On Dec 31, 2007, at 10:45 PM, Shannon Hendrix wrote:
> Neat, but I kinda like 24 inches.
> 30 inches is really the next step up if you want displays that end on
> convenient byte
> boundaries, and screen ratios.
> Between 24 and 30 what they do is just make the pixels bigger, and
> personally I don't like it.
> Some people love it obviously. I personally found them a little ugly,
> as I could see the "screen door" a lot more in them, I guess because
> the pixels are physically larger.
> I think I'm mostly leaning toward the Dell or the NEC.
Have you considered Eizo? I haven't heard any complaints about their
24" LCD displays.
Personally, I would love 2-3 Eizos along with a Cinetal, eCinema, or
FrontNiche LCD. Those last three brands are absolutely stunning in
every way. If only I could create business to justify the last ones.
> I always worry when ordering an LCD because of dead pixels and things
> like that. I have never gotten any before, but it always worries me.
I know you don't want anything from them, but Samsung has a superb
policy. I don't know what NEC's policy is, but Eizo also has a
really good policy. I'm sure there are other tops notch brands that
are also perfect with their dead pixel policy.
Alternatively, some stores also have a vary nice policy.
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