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Topic # 84610 3-Jun-2011 11:29
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Hi There!

Can someone recommend something I can travel with easily?


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  Reply # 477363 3-Jun-2011 11:34
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Do you definitely want 16:10 at 1920x1200 rather than 1920x1080 (16:9)? 16:9 monitors are way more common now.




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  Reply # 477364 3-Jun-2011 11:36
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I know, but my notebook has a 1900x1200 screen and I am using this as a secondary monitor. I can make do with the 1920x1080 but it makes moving between screens a little awkward.

I would prefer a smaller (Doesn't need to be 24" monitor if I could find one).

Within reason, cost is not a factor.

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  Reply # 477371 3-Jun-2011 11:56
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pricespy.co.nz is your friend, just use the filters.




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