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    Livy's Avatar Simpleton
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    im gonna be getting a new monitor soon,a nd ive decided to go for a pureflat 17"crt. i was just wondering what difference between 0.27 and 0.21

    http://www.dabs.com/uk/channels/hardware/m...?quicklinx=2VRV

    http://www.dabs.com/uk/channels/hardware/m...?quicklinx=2FVJ

    the first one has a .27 dotpitch and the second has a 0.21, what noticeable diference should there be etc?

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    bigdawgfoxx's Avatar Big Dawg
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    Read the last Review thing....It says its actually a .27 which I believe is true. A .21 for that cheap would be nice though...lol I think it has to do with like the pixel size or something....the smaller the clearer and better it looks.
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    bob_the_alien's Avatar Bob The Alien
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    It means how many pixels are in a millimeter on the screen


    0.27 would be a little less than 4 pixels a mm
    0.21 would be almost 5 pixels a mm
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    i dunno much about monitors, but why are you buying from dabs, i have found them expensive, try ebuyer, there usually cheaper

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    Originally posted by Kunal@23 November 2003 - 20:40
    i dunno much about monitors, but why are you buying from dabs, i have found them expensive, try ebuyer, there usually cheaper
    some things are cheaper at one, and some at the other, dabs used to be cheaper, but lately they seems to be getting dearer than ebuyer, im getting all my new pc from ebuyer, apart form my board and monitor, which dabs has for cheaper, and ebuyer doesnt have any cheap flat crt monitors

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    I bought a samsung syncmaster 753df 17" monitor about 2 months ago for 169.99 canadian. Its a really good deal and a really good monitor expecially for the price! .20mm dot pitch (very clear picture) and its 17". Havent had any problems with it at all and im very happy with this purchase. Id recomend you look into this monitor.

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    im not wanting to spend alot of money on a monitor, im upgrading my total rig, and its a budget upgrade, and the monitor is a flatscreen crt which is what im looking for, the rest are to dear.

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    bigdawgfoxx's Avatar Big Dawg
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    Whats the smallest dotpitch yall have ever seen?? Is there a big difference between .27 and say .20?? Also...what makes sonys looks SO vibrant and clear?
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    the sonys use a slighty different technology, i think the use appeture grills, insted of basic chicken wire that normal monitors use,

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    I've got a 21inch Sony I picked up secondhand at a computer auction for AUD$400. I never want a smaller monitor again.



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