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monitors: Pros and Cons

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by scandlez415, Oct 16, 2007.

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  1. scandlez415

    scandlez415 Thread Starter

    Sep 25, 2007
    As of right now i am running a 22'' samsung and a 19'' samsung together and seems to be ok. My friend spoke to me about purchasing a big 30'' or 32'' LCD/HDTV for his comp instead of multi-monitors. I was wondering; are those monitors that can be used as a TV and a monitor worth the combo convience. I mean PRICE TAG ASIDE, does it ruin and/or shortens life expectancy or damage pixels of the moniter/TV to use as both consistenly? It would be nice just to have one monitor for both TV and computer screen. And 32'' isnt that bad. An example (which is only one of many out there) is the ViewSonic® N3251w 32" Widescreen LCD HDTV/Monitor Combo. Ive been told that running certain hardwares like xbox's or PS3's can damage DLP's, LCD's or plasma's. Not saying i wold hook up a game console but does the same go into effect with a computer?
  2. PK-her0


    Sep 17, 2007
    my man i just bought a bush 32" hd tv with vga...

    there is nothing like it...flight simulator on it is.....fuggen wow!!!

    i have run tv's off computers for long...nothing comes close...
    as for deterioration of picture...these screens are coming down in price!
    i paid 550 euro for mine...if that lasts 3 years thats fine!

    im sure bigger ones will be even cheaper by then...we are in the "throwaway age"
    you cant go wrong!
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