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Would a 22" WS monitor be useful for web/graphic design?

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01-25-2009, 10:42 PM
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  Old  Would a 22" WS monitor be useful for web/graphic design?

Those of you with 22' monitors, how do you like it? Is the extra real estate over 19" really that useful and advantageous?

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01-25-2009, 11:00 PM
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I just upgraded from a 19" widescreen to a 22" widescreen.

I don't do any designing but it is a big difference, I can see more.
If you want a screenshot showing you how big it is I can.

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yes please

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the bigger, the better.

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yes 22" monitor you can use for designing because big is good.

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I dont know, another over 20" seems crazy. I hooked my laptop up to my 37" LCD and it was ridiculous.

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just remeber that size like that isnt great if its not good quality

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Originally Posted by ********* View Post
I dont know, another over 20" seems crazy. I hooked my laptop up to my 37" LCD and it was ridiculous.
That'd be because there's a big difference between 22" and 37". The equivalent of going from an iPhone screen to a 19".

Personally, I'm working on dual 22" screens, and it's well worth the extra price.
My producivity has shot through the roof and it's far easier to navigate around designs in Photoshop.

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I'm jealous. My 17 incher seems tiny now haha.

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