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What resolution is your desktop normally at?

  

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  1. 1.

    • 800x600 (I need to get a life...and a new monitor...)
      2
    • 1024x768
      52
    • 1280x1024
      127
    • 1440x900
      19
    • 1600x1200
      34
    • 1680x1050
      31
    • 1920x1200
      24
    • Other (please list!)
      16


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1600x1200, 75 Hz on my main home computer (Gateway EV910 monitor).

1920x1200 on my Dell laptop (browse the Street at work/school).

1152x864, 75 Hz on my work PC (Dell E771p monitor).

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The results are kind of surprising. I thought they would have been more evenly divided between 1280 and 1600

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The results are kind of surprising. I thought they would have been more evenly divided between 1280 and 1600

 

Must still be a lot of people with the 19" monitors going on out there :)

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I used to have a 21" Sony CRT Trinitron-boat anchor,(still have it, anyone want to buy it?) and that was [email protected] My two flat screens-19" (reg screen) is running @1280x1024) and the 22" (widescreen) is @1680x1050. Seems like they are fine for these tired old-man eyes. Still have to use my cheaters though, ...:angel:

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The results are kind of surprising. I thought they would have been more evenly divided between 1280 and 1600

 

sorta proves my theory of what is 'normal' vs what readers here perceive as 'normal' (ie that whole 60% to 75% thing I always harp on)

 

if you were to ask regular joes around here, they'd all think 1600x1200 or 1920x1200 would be the majority...when I knew better than that.

 

Got to say I wasn't a bit surprised that 1280x1024 was the most popular. I've ran that resolution for many years, as that is the max a cheapo CRT 19" will do, and is the max that a 19" LCD will do, and those are the most popular monitor sizes (oh and 17", which will only do 1280x1024)

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