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hgascoigne
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I know, I just had to do it :)

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CreatingDrew
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I know, I just had to do it :)
It’s all good, I was only kidding :)
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cssdesigns
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Dual 20 inch monitors on a custom machine running vista = :)

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jremick
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Dual 20 inch monitors on a custom machine running vista = :)

You’ve gotta love dual monitors! :) I’m running dual 20” monitors as well (except on mac) and I love it but one of these days I would really like to be setup on two of the brand new 24” Apple Cinema displays and a Mac Pro to go with them. The 30” screens are just far too big for my liking.

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I would LOVE dual monitors, but my poor desk can barely fit 1 22”.

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2×19-20” 4:3 screens are much better (and healthier) than a 30” in my opinion. Been using this config for quite some time now and I would never go back to a single screen because of the flexibility and ease of screen realestate management. Since 2×30” would most probably kill me, and if you go bigger anything less than 30” is a waste of $ ... I’ll stick to what I have for quite some time :)

This is an effort against turning this topic into your classic pc vs mac topics :)

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