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Anything over 30 is to big. If you want that big, remember how friggin heavy some big screens can get
 

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Gameman, if you want bigger and better, if you want to make cotton look like a little girl, get a 30 inch monitor. 2560-1600 resolution. it will runn you 900-1700. The LaCie LED runs $5,000 but that's a whole other story entirely.
 

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Spyhop you have a point, definitely. My boss at work has a 40" monitor mounted to the wall as her computer screen. I cant imagine constantly staring up a t a screen like she does. Maybe thats why she always is rubbing her neck.
 

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I doubt it. Screens with resolutions over 1920x1200 exist, but they're extremely uncommon.

Common widescreen resolutions for monitors:
1440x900
1680x1050
1920x1200

Common widescreen resolutions for HDTVs - also monitors for all intents and purposes.

720P/1080i TVs which can include the following native resolutions:
1024x768
1360x768

1080P
1920x1200
Most 1080p HDTV's resolution is 1920 x 1080.

And 27" -30" panels are 2650 x 1600
 

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I checked Google, and no results turned up with "2880 x 2660 resolution"

Mofo, you have one rare TV alright.
 

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Its best to run an LCD at native. And anyway, 2880 x 2660 is not a native resolution, nor is it any widescreen format.......16.9 or 16.10. That res you posted is more like a square
 

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There's no way a 3650 can't output that kind of res. Even if it offloads on the cpu, it would start faltering well before the 2650 x 1600 mark
 
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