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1920 x 1440
Authored by: Anonymous on Nov 26, '04 01:58:28PM

As an Art Director I use 1920 x 1440 on both my LaCie Electro Blue iV 19" Why are not listed higher 4:3 resolutions ?


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1920 x 1440
Authored by: robg on Nov 27, '04 01:48:45PM

Because I didn't know about them? :). What are some of the other more common ones; I'll add them to the poll...

-rob.



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1920 x 1440
Authored by: Anonymous on Nov 29, '04 10:28:33AM

Theese are the resolutions listed on my displays preferences that are not listed here:

832 x 624 (I used this on my old 7300)
1152 x 864
1152 x 870
1344 x 1008 (weird)
1792 x 1344 (double weird!)
1856 x 1392
2048 x 1536 (really tiny!!)

Or just pick two 4 digits random numbers...


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1344 x 1008 (weird)
Authored by: CarlRJ on Dec 07, '04 12:34:18PM

For what it's worth, my girlfriend's powermac is running at 1344 x 1008 (at some phenomenal refresh rate, 102hz, I think?) on a 19" Dell monitor (near giveaway from her old job). I'd never run across that resolution before, but the display looks fantastic, sharp, flicker-free, and she likes it a lot (1024 x 768 was not enough real estate, 1280 x 1024 wasn't the right aspect ratio, and 1600 x 1200 made everything too small).

Me, I'm quite happy with 1600 x 1200 on an old 21" Sony at work, and my 1280 x 854 15" powerbook, everywhere else.



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Lacie Displays [OT]
Authored by: viscaria on Dec 07, '04 09:55:33PM

How do you like your Lacie disply? I've been looking into buying a 22 inch electron blue, but I haven't seen any good reviews. (Meaning the reviews were not well written, intelligent or thurough; not that they reflected poorly on the product)



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