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Can anyone advise on a cheap and cheerful monitor/panel? Ideally i'd like >full HD ~24" Used for design/office work, maybe occasional gaming but not essential at all cheers Read More
PaulTheYid Avatar
7m, 2w agoPosted 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Can anyone advise on a cheap and cheerful monitor/panel? Ideally i'd like
>full HD
~24"
Used for design/office work, maybe occasional gaming but not essential at all

cheers
PaulTheYid Avatar
7m, 2w agoPosted 7 months, 2 weeks ago
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The next resolution commonly available above 1920x1080 is 2560x1440 and depending on your setup (viewing distance) you might find that a bit too much at 24" (although 24" & 25" screen are available), 32" is the nominal 96dpi size for that resolution.

They're not cheap though. They're £200+, well over twice the price of 1920x1080 screens. You may want to consider a dual screen setup instead which gives more space for less price.
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EndlessWaves
The next resolution commonly available above 1920x1080 is 2560x1440 and depending on your setup (viewing distance) you might find that a bit too much at 24" (although 24" & 25" screen are available), 32" is the nominal 96dpi size for that resolution.
They're not cheap though. They're £200+, well over twice the price of 1920x1080 screens. You may want to consider a dual screen setup instead which gives more space for less price.

Thanks, think it will be best to go down the 2x 1080p
cheers
#3
It's strange how PC monitors don't seem to go down in price.

I bought my 24" Acer around 4 years ago, maybe actually 5-6 for £100 and that's the standard price for any 24" 1080 these days.

I hope to upgrade to a 4k monitor when they (hopefully) come down in price tho!


And yes I'd recommend getting 2 monitors if you have a use!

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