Wallpaper: I want to use this

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Post 3+ Months Ago

Some day I want to be able to use this.

http://flickr.com/photos/nutt/243645451 ... 04169@N00/
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You know what's interesting is that we have a 50" plasma in our conference room at work and I have to have it at 800x600 resolution in order for everyone in the room to be able to read the text on the screen. It looks pretty kickarse at 1280x800 but if you're farther than 3 feet away it's almost impossible to read anything.
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Ya, we have something like a 42" in our conference room. We run it at a resolution not to far off from that too.
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My office is poor. We have an old projector that we have a surplus of spare light bulbs because we can't buy them any more.
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wouldn't just making the text bigger and zooming in solve the resolution problem?
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50"? rich man.Mine is 22".
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I also have a 22" wide, I find it to be the perfect size for me ... now I just need another one and then I'm sorted ...
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Well the 42" is at my work in our conference room, at home I personally have a 22" and a 19" however in a few years I'm hoping to get two identical monitors, probably something like dual 24"
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Not to be all retro, but will monitors ever get just too big??

We've got a 36" tv screen that's hooked up onto the PC as a second monitor, and the bloody thing is ginormous. Hell even the 20" proper monitor we have is plenty big as far as I'm concerned. But husband keeps dreaming of 46" or bigger........... I just honestly don't really get why. I think anything bigger than what we've got would give me a headache...... Am I just being a wussy girl here??
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I personally prefer multiple moderately-sized monitors over one gigantic one. I found out last summer that I'm far more efficient/productive when working on dual monitors than on one. I'm thinking of selling my 20" widescreen and buying two 20" 3:4 displays.
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Why not just get another 20" widescreen spork?

I too prefer the multiple monitors for efficiency and work reasons.
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yeah it's nice working on two monitors. but I really don't want them much bigger than 20" widescreen. I just don't see the need...

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