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When I first read this I thought it was 27" until I looked at specs for width. Not sure when this was introduced but it's a pretty good price for an Ultrasharp 1" lees than the $1200.00 30 inch monitor.

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Native resolution is 2560 x 1080. Will a standard video card support it?

wants to make me wanna sell my 27" Dell and get this

I'd rather have two 1920x1200 from Dell itself! Cheaper and more pixels in both directions!

When you can get a 28in 1080p TV for less than $300.....this seems silly

Agree.
vrokhlenko said:   I'd rather have two 1920x1200 from Dell itself! Cheaper and more pixels in both directions!

lovecd said:   Agree.
vrokhlenko said:   I'd rather have two 1920x1200 from Dell itself! Cheaper and more pixels in both directions!


Yeah....that is what I have as well. 2xU2410s all color calibrated. LOVE them. Have a third if my desk was bigger. LOL

What a weird aspect ratio! Anyone who is looking at this be sure you understand that this is NOT 16:9 or 16:10 but rather 64:27 or 21:9 depending how you count!!!

gallymimus said:   What a weird aspect ratio! Anyone who is looking at this be sure you understand that this is NOT 16:9 or 16:10 but rather 64:27 or 21:9 depending how you count!!!

Not really the wierdest, many movies are in 21:9. Vizio just released in the US their super wide tv's for this reason. and if that's the only benefit to this monitor, I'll be happy with black bars on my Dell 2412.

vrokhlenko said:   Native resolution is 2560 x 1080. Will a standard video card support it?

Probably, but you'll need a Digital Dual Link cable Newegg Link

opathal said:   When you can get a 28in 1080p TV for less than $300.....this seems silly

You're very smart, comparing a TV to a computer monitor.

opathal said:   When you can get a 28in 1080p TV for less than $300.....this seems silly
Comment seems retarded.

Yes because as everyone knows.....modern TVs cannot be used as computer monitors (being posted on my 28in 1080p TV via HDMI).

I would bite but the resolution is too low at this size.

What an odd size :/

Well, as long as you use DVI -> HDMI properly, I do not see why not. A few of my co-workers have been happily using 1080p 32" TV as monitor for years. I myself had a PC always connected to my 1080p TV and it works beautifully pixel by pixel, I do not understand all those who says TV cannot be used as monitor.

For all people who hear-says no no no, I wish you did not really hook up your PC to the "PC port" on your TV and declare failure.

opathal said:   Yes because as everyone knows.....modern TVs cannot be used as computer monitors (being posted on my 28in 1080p TV via HDMI).

Make it work for you, with extensive connectivity such as DisplayPort 1.2, USB 3.01, Mini DisplayPort, DVI and HDMI, plus highly adjustable tilt and swivel positioning, a 130mm height adjustability range and a VESA-compatible wall mounting option (mounting kit sold separately).

I'm running it on a geoforce 8600 gts. But, because it is my 3rd monitor for the cpu I ordered a MSI N660 TF 2GD5/OC GeForce GTX 660 2GB 192-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support for $229 after rebate. It looks like the monitor is on back order.



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