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Originally Posted by yahooadammy 20.1" dell widescreen is 16:10 and that runs at 1680x1050
i dont think your running your screen at the proper resolution
Originally Posted by leprehow do you manage to set a resolution on a lcd monitor which doesn't support it?
there are some "portable" with that resolution....what's the matter?
Originally Posted by yahooadamBy dragging the slider a bit further to the right
is the acer the version with the scart connection as well?
also can you tell me if the Acer is able to scale properly - i.e. can it display 1280x1024 as 1280x1024 properly with black bars down the side as the Dells do or does it stretch it?
Originally Posted by LionheartI'm looking to buy a new monitor although i don't know too much about them. possibly either 2 19". what specs should i be looking for, for a really decent one? Also if i was to buy a 32" hdtv would that be just as good? :S
Originally Posted by LionheartWell I'd like the 32" hdtv to be lcd. i'm not worried about the price but am i going to get decent resolutions with that? - or is that dependant on the graphics card? thanks for your help guys
Originally Posted by nb-Where are the other two USB ports on the NEC, the specs say there is a 4 port hub, but the article only mentions two, and only shows two in the picture?
Miami Vice: The same was really true here, with the bright areas of the movie being overly saturated and the blacks being rather bland. Rather than adding character to the picture, the cinematic stylings rather made the picture look awful.
Design: The bezel and the housing for the monitor is rather minimalistic. It's decked out in a dark navy, rather than a black, giving it something of a professional feel - rather like the old Silicon Graphics machines. It's hard to dislike, being rather neutral; on the other hand, it's hardly on the cutting edge of design.
Originally Posted by SathyAnd four times / 2 sentences (one being a rat*** stretched one)
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