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Subject:Re: One or two LCD Monitors From:kcbillb2 <kcbillb2 -at- kc -dot- rr -dot- com> To:Tane' Tachyon <tachyon -at- tachyonlabs -dot- com> Date:Tue, 19 Aug 2008 13:31:55 -0500
Yeah, that would be an ideal solution. However, for those of us who
don't want to pay $1000+, doesn't quite work...:)
If you want to go with two monitors, here's my advice:
1. Make sure they both support the same resolution
2. If you are using a desktop or have two computers and are using a KVM,
Matrox has a slick unit for $200 something that takes either analog or
digital video and runs two monitors. I'm considering this option myself
in the near future.
Tane' Tachyon wrote:
> Tim Lewis wrote:
>> I am going to buy one or two LCD monitors to replace a CRT monitor. In your
>> opinion, which is the best way to go, one large widescreen or two standard
> I just read an interesting piece about this yesterday:
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