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Old 01-10-2008, 10:14 AM   #1
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haha But really I rather have 2 30in apple display monitors.
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haha But really I rather have 2 30in apple display monitors.
And two bezels going down the middle works well on movies, games, etc right
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haha But really I rather have 2 30in apple display monitors.
And two bezels going down the middle works well on movies, games, etc right
Good point haha

Still rather have the 2 30'* =)
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yep thats the reason I sold mine to ya

had to upgrade...

no that monitor sucks though...resolution wise. you are better off with a 30 or a 27/28"

or get a 52" lcd tv....no games will support the super wide resolution it comes with...let alone video cards.
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That wins totally!

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I think that it uses perhaps 4 video inputs?
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