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1/10/2008
  Multiple Monitors For Your Desk - Which Size is Best?
For the past 3 years, I've had 3 or 4 monitors on my desk. Two 20" Dells, a 17" Dell and a laptop.

People may scoff at the relatively puny 20" and 17" sizes, but I also regularly go into a different office and use a Dell 30" with my laptop.

Dual 30" monitors would seem like a great solution, but my problem is that they don't have any curve to them. They are actually too big!

With a group of smaller monitors, you can angle them so they form a curved array, and that makes viewing more comfortable for me. As I swivel in my chair, I'm facing one of my screens pretty much square-on.

If I was to start over, I'd probably go for three 24" monitors, turned sideways.

But today I see that Alienware is promising to ship a curved 42" monitor. Something I've been waiting for. I think curved monitors are the way of the future for desktop screens.

Now I can wait until those curved LED or LCD monitors come out, and come down in price to about $1400. Lest you forget, Alienware is actually owned by Dell these days.

 


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