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2009: Official LCD Monitor Size Poll

LCD Monitor Size  

376 members have voted

  1. 1. What size LCD do you have?

    • 17" or lower
      26
    • 17" or lower widescreen
      11
    • 19"
      33
    • 19" widescreen
      48
    • 20"
      2
    • 20" widescreen
      18
    • 21"
      1
    • 21" widescreen
      6
    • 22"
      8
    • 22" widescreen
      102
    • 23"
      1
    • 23" widescreen
      37
    • 24"
      5
    • 24" widescreen
      79
    • 26"
      1
    • 26" widescreen
      13
    • 27
      0
    • 27" widescreen
      3
    • 28
      0
    • 28" widescreen
      3
    • 29"
      0
    • 29" widescreen
      0
    • 30"
      2
    • 30" widescreen
      10
    • 32"
      2
    • 32" widescreen
      11
    • 40" or greater
      0
    • 40" or greater widescreen
      16
    • Other monitor size
      8


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i've got a 24" 1080p wide for a main monitor, a 19" 16:10 wide as a secondary, and a little 17" square as a tertiary screen. lol I'll never go back to using just one again!

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Still rocking the 2004 Sony 17" non-widescreen monitor I picked up with my old computer. Would love a larger screen, but oh well, lol. :P

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Acer X203H 20" 1600x900 (yech!)

 

I will never go any lower than 20" at this point, the 1600x900 isn't that much better than 1024x768 but the overall size is a fricken HELL of a lot better than a 14" laptop screen...

:lol:

 

 

My next screen will be 22"+ definitely, as I said 1600x900 is nice but I'd like something over 1000 pixels in the height department...

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I've got a 19" widescreen as the primary monitor and a 37" TV as the secondary, though I use the TV so often with Media Center that it should technically be my primary :lol:

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Let's see here....I have 2 x 22" Samsung on my main rig, a 22" Samsung on my sons, a 26" Samsung on my bedroom HTPC and a 45" RP HDTV for my livingroom HTPC.

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I have an HP w1907 19" 1440x900 widescreen LCD - only monitor I have, share it between both PCs.

And, yes, I agree about the vertical resolution < 1000 is not the best.

But then I think back to the "good ole days" when monitors were measured by characters instead of pixels. 80x25. Hmmm. 1440x900 ain't so bad! :P

 

:foldon:

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42" 1080p here.

As your primary PC monitor? I tried that for a few months, but didn't like it for regular activities like web browsing, word processing, etc.

 

Anywho, 22" widescreen for me....and then my 15" widescreen notebook (which I couldn't vote for because you suspiciously started at 17" :P)

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As your primary PC monitor? I tried that for a few months, but didn't like it for regular activities like web browsing, word processing, etc.

Yup. My work computer has dual 19" widescreen LCDs. I generally just browse forums and play games on my desktop at home with the 42".

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2x 22" Dell E228's

1x 50" Samsung HL-T5087 (technically a DLP buuut.....it has lcd's rather than bulbs so ya =P

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