I've been using a 32" as my primary monitor and used to have a 27" as a
secondary. The secondary died, so now I'm thinking a 34" widescreen with
a slight curve would be perfect for my setup. Essentially I want the
vertical dimensions of the two monit...
I'm moving from the east to the west coast of Canada. Google tells me
it's a 71 hour journey, covering more than 6700km across one of the most
amazing countries on the planet. To those of you south of the border,
it's like driving from Bangor Maine t...
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I was busy buying a house so I never got to see the Star Trek themed
Home environment. From what I gathered here, a starship flew by overhead
and many people really enjoyed it.The latest update changed my home
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Thanks for all the input guys. My desk can limit my vertical monitor
size in the current config (there's a hutch) so that's why I was trying
to get a larger screen but wide format. I suppose I could put my current
32" under the hutch and have a large...
@cybereality, the Predator looks good, except for the fact it has
integrated speakers.Find me a consumer who is looking for a high end 34'
curved display but who doesn't have an external surround system. It's
like when they used to sell 50' rear proj...