Sigh. Monitors and TV's have differnt standards. TV's have fewer standards. They are consolidated into 3 groups, SDTV, HDTV, and FHDTV. PC monitors use native res more rigidly. Most 22" are 1680 x 1050, most 24" are 1920 x 1200, most 30" are 2560 x 1600 and so on
you also played a video of haruhi once on an hdtv and your wrist hurt for 2 days :nod:I played Crysis using a TV once. My neck hurt for two days.
I meant the res affixed to certain pc monitor (lcd) sizesThe standard isn't 1680x1050 (unless you meant for your monitor size). The standard is 1024x768 and 1280x1024. It'll move to 1680x1050 next I would guess, which would begin the shift towards a widescreen standard.
Well then I opt for that last one......1920 X1080 is more than sufficient...Once again.
Widescreen Monitors. - 16:10
TVs - 16:9
Cause on weekends, except for now of course and evenings, say after 5 it's used mainly AS A TV....Why do you want to blow 900 on a TV that will be used primarily for a pc. i dont get
:lol:I ain't gonna have a million icons on my desktop you know, like masta G there...
Then she saw it and replied 4.2 INCHS!?! you ****ing liar!I want the full 42 inches baby..............
And YES, that's what she said..................
Correct.Not quite. They still take 720P video sources, their scaler just translates it into 1024x768. Wide, but low res