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    Has anyone got a T240 or T260? I am looking at getting one.

    Also, other than the size, is there any preference? With the T260, because of the size and the same res, does the picture look grainy at all?

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    Picture on T260 doesn't look grainy at all ... maybe if you take a magnifying glass and compare the 2, then ya ... but otherwise no
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    a 26" grainy 1080P

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    Quote Originally Posted by PC Direct View Post
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    I see, not a bad price either. Do you have any personal experiences with the monitor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brawler View Post
    a 26" grainy 1080P
    Its big, its 26". At the moment I have a 23" 1920x1080, so the I would think the pixel size would be bigger on the 26".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shred View Post
    Its big, its 26". At the moment I have a 23" 1920x1080, so the I would think the pixel size would be bigger on the 26".
    And what about a >50" inch screen?

    But seriously, it will look great. Whats the price on a T26 these days?

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    AFAIK its only 25.5" not 26"

    And yeah, the pixels will be bigger ... but not much.
    My formula is not scientific but I think it makes sense :P
    If you take the rounded square root of 1920 x 1080, you get 1440 which is the "hypotenuse" (I think its called, been a while since maths)

    If I'm right, this means there are 1440 pixels along the 25.5" diagonal path.
    So if you take 1440 / 25.5 you get 56.47 pixels per inch in that line. Then if you take 1440 / 24 you get 60 pixels per inch in that line.

    And if I am correct, you will have to have a microscope for eyes to see the 3.53 extra pixels per inch
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    I've got the T260 and the picture quality is not grainy at all, in fact I'm quite impressed

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    Anyone want to buy a HP w2207h?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brawler View Post
    And what about a >50" inch screen?

    But seriously, it will look great. Whats the price on a T26 these days?
    It goes for around R3500

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brawler View Post
    Anyone want to buy a HP w2207h?
    Nice monitor that. Too bad I got no more cash.
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    that measurement you are refering to called a dot pitch, smaller the better and for some reason LCD's don't have that spec.
    Normally saw that on CRT, good was .21mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by eitai2001 View Post
    Nice monitor that. Too bad I got no more cash.
    Haha yeah it really is.

    I would actually prefer to have two w2207h's than 1 T260 but I can't freaking find one.

    2 of them in portrait mode next to each other would be sick.

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    Oh well ... I'm sure mine wasn't exact or calculated correctly ... or was it ... but either way, it gives you an idea.

    And the CRT size you are referring to is the opposite to mine. Its the size of the pixel I think ... i.e. the smaller the better.

    Mine is a sort of dot per inch ... so the bigger the better.
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