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    Preparing Shipment as of 07:19 PM PDT, 10/15/2005
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    1680 x 1050 < 1600 x 1200. Sucker.

    Although 320 x 240 < 1680 x 1050 < 1600 x 1200, so you win if you completely ignore the context of this meaningless post.
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    You're not using ClearType!?

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    CT hurts my eyes.

    Filburt, it's not the size of the monitor, it's how you use it! Mine pivots 90 degrees for example No more folds
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    Hmm, as does mine.

    Yours does have a faster pixel response, IIRC. Don't know if it has composite/S-Video inputs but I do believe it has a USB hub.
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    Yeah, mine has usb hub, s-video / composite / dvi-d / d-sub, pivots. DVDs look awesome
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    Wired, if you didnt use I.E. so much, you wouldnt have to have such a big monitor to display all your opened IE webpages! hehe

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    Wired how is that monitor for games? I see you have halflife installed. My CRT's power button is going bad and I'm seriously thinking about getting a big LCD.
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    You may want to get the 2001FP (despite its slower pixel response) or some other 4:3 monitor. The 2005FPW and 2405FPW are both 16:10 which is not only a screwy aspect ratio but not all games support resolutions except those in 4:3 or 5:4 (1280 x 1024 is 5:4).
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