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    Quote Originally Posted by Macheath View Post
    What if I want to watch at day?

    WHAT THEN
    MORE LUMINS!!!!!!!! :llama:

    http://www.barco.com/en/events/product/1700 Edit: Not so much a deal though
    Last edited by Equoria; 11-30-2010 at 07:34 AM.

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    Not to get back on topic but there is a "woot! off" today www.woot.com

    :llama:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Equoria View Post
    MORE LUMINS!!!!!!!! :llama:

    http://www.barco.com/en/events/product/1700 Edit: Not so much a deal though
    shit man I want to watch The Last Starfighter not burn a tunnel to my neighbor's house

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    At some point there it makes sense to just buy a 32" HDTV with DVI, then you get a TV to boot!

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    Monitors are cheaper because they don't contain a TV tuner and often have fewer input types to choose from :101:

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    Cheaper, yes, but they still aren't also a TV.
    Oooh, shiny!

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    Yeah, I get that they're cheaper, but you can also find 30-ish inch TV's for $300-ish dollars these days. I'm sure there are differences in contrast, resolution, etc ... but you get my point.

    You also raise that point that we need Mac to reinstall our emoticons already. :tap:

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    As you pointed out, there is a significant difference in resolution. You won't find a TV higher than 1080 pixels high, that monitor is 1200. Plus it's 16x10 aspect ratio, which many people find more suitable for work and games vs. the 16x9 that HDTVs come in.

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