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JMatt94

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#66158 13-Aug-2010 15:53
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I am looking to buy a 24" monitor for primarily my PS3 and use it for my PC later.
My concern is that I will be outputting 720p most of the time which isn't the native resolution of the monitor (1080p).
720p on a 1080p TV is fine, but will this be the same for a computer monitor or will it look blurry?

I was thinking about buying one of these or something similar.

Thanks



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  #367231 13-Aug-2010 15:57
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That will look fine for gaming on PS3 :) i used my 22" 1080P to test my PS3 when I first got it and it wasn't blurry at all




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