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Anonymous asked in Computers & InternetHardwareMonitors · 2 months ago

What is your monitor size and resolution?

Also how much HZ is it? Mine is 31.5 inch 1440p 75hz.

18 Answers

  • 2 months ago

    I have 71 screens, ranging from: 

    4,5 inches smart phones (2) uncertain resolution, about 1200x 800

    7 inches diagonal touch screen (front of home media server) goes to 1024 x 800p

    9 inches tablet goes to about the same (3)

    10 inch AST Acentia J30 laptop goes to 600 x 800p

    12 inch HP Elite 2470p convertible laptop with touch screen (6) goes to 1200p

    13 inch Dell Latitude CPx-H300GT laptop goes to 1280 x 1024p

    14 inch KOGi monitor (2) goes to 1024 x 800p

    15 inch Acer Aspire 5610 laptop goes to 1360 x 720p

    15 inch NEC Z-1 all in one computer goes to 1280 x 1024p

    16 inch MAG monitor goes to 1280 x 1024p

    16 inch various brands monitors (5) to 1280 x1024p

    17 inch Viewsonic monitor to 1280 x 1024p

    17 inch HP CRT (2)  to 1280 x 1024p

    Various sized Apple iMac 15 to 27 inches (19) to 1600 x 1024p

    19 inch Coby HDTV/monitor to 1400 x 900p

    19 inch Acer monitor (3) to 1600 x 900p

    19 inch Samsung monitor to 1600 x 900p

    20 inch Technics CRT to 1280 x 1024p

    20 inch Dell Ultrasharp monitor (5) to 1600 x 900p

    22 inch Acer monitor (4) to 1920 x 1080p

    23 inch Acer monitor (2) to 1920 x 1080p

    32 inch Samsung HDTV/monitor to 1320 x 768p

    40 inch Samsung 4K HDTV/monitor (2) to 3860 x 2160p

    46 inch Samsung HDTV/monitor to 1920 x 1080p

    47 inch Vizio HDTV/monitor to 1920 x 1080p

    50 inch LG plasma HDTV to 1360 x 768p

    54 inch Sony Bravia HDTV/monitor to 1368 x 720p

    60 inch Megawise projector HDTV/monitor (2) to 1368 x 720p

    My #14 sized shoes are always snagging cords from these and the 45 computers I have.  I should sell some of the above and get an Oculus Rift head mounted display.  Fewer cables.

    I started in 1985 with a Commodore 64 running a Sony 16 inch TV.  At work I had a computerized planetarium with a 76 foot wide by 37 foot tall hemisphere screen.

  • 2 months ago

    22 inch 1920 x 1080 75hz.

    Its pretty bad in all honesty, but is easy on the eyes because its flicker free.

  • 2 months ago

    i have an MSI optix AG32C 31.5" 144HZ running at 1080P

  • 2 months ago

    24inch 1080p at 144hz

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Main monitor is 24" Samsung 1920x1080p 200hz LED

    Second is an old Dell LCD 1024x768 60hz - yes over VGA

  • garry
    Lv 6
    2 months ago

    yes and your resolution it can do and pixel rate so it does 75 hz at what resolution !!!!

  • 2 months ago

    The Screen resolution is generally measured as width x height in pixels. For example resolution 1920 x 1080 means the 1920 pixels is width and 1080 pixels is height of the screen. However your current screen resolution may be less than max supported screen resolution.

  • 2 months ago

    Using a Samsung 21 inch with resolution: 2048 x 1536. 

    Found a couple of good monitors listed on this post. Looking forward to getting the HP Omen monitor.

  • 2 months ago

    i had to switch to a 27" model from my earlier 24 -- eyesight is getting worse [cataracts but not a candidate for surgery yet].  i run 1080p at 60Hz -- speed of rendering the scene is important to me  [and yes, mine is a 1 us GTG refresh model]

  • keerok
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    21" 2048 x 1536 at 75 Hz 4:3 CRT

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