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Windows 7: New monitor is soooo big


03 Jan 2009   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate X64
 
 
New monitor is soooo big

My new 24" Samsung Syncmaster 2493HM monitor arrived yesterday and boy is it huge. Only just fits on my desk. Problem is I dont know what to do with all the extra real estate I've got now. Minesweeper looks awful small and lonely on the screen.


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03 Jan 2009   #2

 

It's only a baby monitor, trust me after a few days it wont seem so big
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03 Jan 2009   #3

SEVEN x64
 
 

lol....... enjoy!!


i remember my upgrade from a 17'' CRT to my 20'' sammy, it was BLISS, so much easier on the eyes too...



SK
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03 Jan 2009   #4
Joe

Windows 7 RC
 
 

I went from a 15" to a 22" widescreen. What a difference it makes. I know that "I can see more" feeling. It's all good
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03 Jan 2009   #5
DiamondNRG

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by z3r010 View Post
It's only a baby monitor, trust me after a few days it wont seem so big
LOL

Now I really need a 2nd monitor again ... ugh.
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03 Jan 2009   #6

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

I'm thinking of buying a 24", but not sure if I should wait for a touch one for Windows 7. How much was yours, and is it HD?
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03 Jan 2009   #7

Windows 7 Ultimate X64
 
 

you will see that what you have now, will only get bigger and bigger.
I went from 20"-22" dual 22", then 24", then i went stupid, bought a 40" as a computer monitor, then 46", and if that wasn't big enough, I'm currently using a 52" 1080P.
Working on a 65"...lmao
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03 Jan 2009   #8

 

heh - I don't upgrade monitors that often - If I could afford it I'd have a pair of 1080p monitors, but as it is I have a pair of 22" WSs...and I am loving them.
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03 Jan 2009   #9

SEVEN x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by johngalt View Post
heh - I don't upgrade monitors that often - If I could afford it I'd have a pair of 1080p monitors, but as it is I have a pair of 22" WSs...and I am loving them.
johnG, you have to grab the final screen to complete the setup.....

1 more 22'' would give you panoramic gaming!!! , i would love another 2x 20'' monitors for my setup..

but alas my lonely 260 would burn out in about 5mins


SK
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03 Jan 2009   #10

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by grimreaper View Post
you will see that what you have now, will only get bigger and bigger.
I went from 20"-22" dual 22", then 24", then i went stupid, bought a 40" as a computer monitor, then 46", and if that wasn't big enough, I'm currently using a 52" 1080P.
Working on a 65"...lmao
Where do you live??..........The Cinema???
They are massive!!!!

Pooch
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