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Originally Posted by Tim Spersonally, I don't think it is a big issue - the speakers are very small and don't interfere with the overall looks too much, IMHO. :)
Originally Posted by Veles
But...if I'm gonna spend £450 on a monitor, I may as well add on £200ish and buy one of those lurvley 24" Dells (although you do need a bit more umph to play games at that resolution :()
Originally Posted by orbStill a little bit short of 1080i resolution? :(
Originally Posted by OclockerThis is a monitor that seems way overpriced for something that is hardly any better than a 17" 93 quid tft in that its only got a few pixels more height - and when large web pages are wearing out the scroll wheel an extra 200 approx pixels comes in handy - I think PCs and widescreens are mismatched for general pc use. Films may benefit but most PC work don't get a benefit ..
Originally Posted by Tim SHave you used a widescreen monitor in Photoshop? I've personally found massive gains in that area, along with the benefits in gaming, too.
Originally Posted by zoot2bootthink half the reason samsung monitors often have ugly bases is because they do include the extra adjustability of the screen. it's all very well to make a slim little stand if all it's going to be doing is tilting but when it's rotating, tilting, moving up and down, pivoting etc. there's just no getting away from physics. people 'd get cranky if their swish new monitor was falling on its face the whole time.
Originally Posted by Tim SMy point is that Dell manages to do it without any issues, so why can't Samsung? ;)
Originally Posted by ArtificialHeroI just picked up a 2007WFP as they're 25% off at the moment, making them a shade over £320. For £100 less than the sammy I'd take the dell all day long - if they send me an A00, any banding or dead pixels I'll be taking advantage of the 20-day no quibble return policy, no worries :)
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