How big is your monitor?

How big is your monitor?

  • 15" or less

    Votes: 20 100.0%
  • 17"

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 19"

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 21"

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 22"

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 24" or higher (sick!!)

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters


19" ViewSonic PerfectFlat

Brother has a 22" ViewSonic PerfectFlat

If you have something not listed, round up.
All 17" for me, I want a 19" But then there's alot of things I want.
Mine's TFT 15". Which means 17" in another sort of way, apparently.

Heh...I know so much about computers. :retard:
Just a marketing gimmick to make you think that 15" TFT's have the same display area as a 17" fat one. I'd sue them for false advertising. :headbang:

I have a 19", but I have a feeling, from my last few conversations with KDS here recently, I may be getting it replaced.
One 17" flatscreen (not flatpanel, flatscreen, full viewing area), and one 15" which is pretty lousy, have to replace it with a second 17" when I've bought my digital camera...

(and yes, that's both on one computer)
Work-a Dell M770 17" soon to be a Viewsonic 21" that I 'acquired'
Home-a 19" that I forgot the name of and a crummy 15" on the secondary.
17" (so like 15.9 viewable)

Scanty, they are all on crack. If you have a 15" panel monitor that means 15" VIEWABLE and since a 17" regular monitor is just over 15" viewable then your panel monitor has almost as much viewable space as a regualr 17" monitor. That is what the 15" but almost like a 17" means...
17" ViewSonic E70-3

weird thing, we don't have monitor/TVs measurements in metrics.
Lots of things are not in metric. When flying a plane, they say decent to 1,000 feet, not meters. Metric is still easier and nicer, but some things I just can't imagine not being in metric. I would tell the air controller he is nuts if he tells me to decent to 333.3 meters.