Would you prefer a 19 inch 1080 P Monitor, Or a bigger 24 inch 720 P monitor?

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asked May 16, 2012 by nopeee (75 points)

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answered May 16, 2012 by IamTechCrazy (4,621 points)
Definitely the 24 inch monitor. 19 inch is just too small considering my current monitor is 27 inches.
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answered May 16, 2012 by Cornelia Cornflake (880 points)
Does anyone even make a 24" 720p?
commented May 17, 2012 by Tim Fontana (16,355 points)
Not as far as I know
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answered May 16, 2012 by DJ Scooby Doo (9,656 points)
24 inches all the way.

As I said in your previous question: http://lockergnome.net/questions/184540/what-do-you-think-is-a-good-size-for-a-computer-monitor, a bigger monitor is better for multimedia and games.
commented May 17, 2012 by Tim Fontana (16,355 points)
Yes, it is, but the resolution matters a lot too.
commented May 17, 2012 by DJ Scooby Doo (9,656 points)
Yeah you're right. Guess I didn't see that, and @Cornelia Cornflake is right, they don't make 720p monitors for that size.
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answered May 16, 2012 by Jackster1337 (8,481 points)
NOOOOO 720 at 24" !!!!!!


It will look crap at that pixel density.


If you are buying at a budget wait till you can buy 1080 at 22-24"

Don't waste money on 720 at 24".
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answered May 17, 2012 by PCLinux7 (1,275 points)
19". IMO, anything above 21.5" in 1080p is too pixelated.
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answered May 17, 2012 by sfrancis928 (2,716 points)
Yeah, I'd go with the 19". Maybe the 24" for a TV, but for a computer monitor definitely the 19" 1080p.
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answered May 17, 2012 by Geenome (2,261 points)
I have a 24 inch (1080P) and I rarely get pixelation. That all depends on what your trying to run - eg: low quality movies etc. Having a bluray player gives awesome quality on 24inch.
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answered May 17, 2012 by Studio66Designs (421 points)
Why not go for a 27inch Monitor that is in 1080p? The picture shows the current 27inch 1080p monitor I have which is an HP 2309m and I got it for around S$ 349Inc [http://www8.hp.com/sg/en/products/monitors/product-detail.html?oid=3882329][1]

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  [1]: http://www8.hp.com/sg/en/products/monitors/product-detail.html?oid=3882329
  [2]: /upfiles/400x-hp-2010i-monitor.jpg
commented May 17, 2012 by nopeee (75 points)
I got my 1080 p ACER 24 inch monitor for 108 dollars, Why would i pay 200 hundred dollars for 3 more inches?
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answered May 17, 2012 by nitrocrime (3,741 points)
I'd rather have more pixels since that's the actual size you can fit anything on screen. Just making the appearance bigger doesn't give you extra space, it's just like suger making you feel fit and ready to go while nothing has changed at all. You could compare it to a placebo in some ways.
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answered May 18, 2012 by Juancastim135 (410 points)
Better Resolution, the best it looks, even on my 11 inch Macbook Air, t beats my 13 MBP
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