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Dell U2412M IPS 24-inch 1920x1200 monitor $279

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  1. cadaveca

    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    I probably am one of the few people who enjoy 16:9 gaming better than 16:10. I own a 16:10 Samsung t260hd, and it is nice... but I just am so used to 16:9 because of Hollywood I really can't seem to get used to 16:10 for some reason, heh.
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    I've got both, prefer the 16:10. lulz. using two 16:9 P2311H's on either side of the U2412M.
     
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    SHURELY ;) you are used to 21:9 because of Hollywood unless of course you like to watch movies from the 1950's. :pimp:

    16:9 is NOT Hollywood. It is Cable TV.
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Hrm, I don't usually use multiple inputs ona single monitor on my gaming rig...as I have multiple monitors. I measure about 3 seconds from auto to manual, and the menu navigation isn't the best for switching easily, gotta go through a couple of menu levels to get there.
     
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    Thank you. Even though it's slow, luckily I have a button for switching. Use it a lot when I remote from home (hook up the work laptop) or have another machined hooked up.
     

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