19 inch dual monitor setup or Utra wide ?

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Single 30 inch or dual 30 inch is my dream cause 19 inch is too small and ultra wide is only good for productivity. If you wanna watch a movie in ultra wide then it will be too stretched.
 

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Single 30 inch or dual 30 inch is my dream cause 19 inch is too small and ultra wide is only good for productivity. If you wanna watch a movie in ultra wide then it will be too stretched.
There is a point. Ultrawide is lot useful for content creators cause they can use the timeline more easily without any bezels interfering.
 

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i would go with a triple display setup :) you can get hp 2009m pretty cheap or old used hd laptop screens (with converter) that can be mounted on a homemade stand with very good results.


 

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i would go with a triple display setup :) you can get hp 2009m pretty cheap or old used hd laptop screens (with converter) that can be mounted on a homemade stand with very good results.
Eww the design sucks! More like an old iMac even tho its black!
 

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19inch? Seriously!! Who would get a 19inch monitor now anyway?
not a 19" monitor, but a multi 19" monitor setup, and basically a lot of ppl who want more workspace with as few investment as possible.
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hp 2009m lcd monitor 884420327684 | eBay
$10 USD monitors, each with its own built in stereo speakers, so with the right sound card/audio system you can get a pretty good immersive triple screen system for under 50 bucks, with good resolution, durability and performance. :) but everyone has his o her own opinion and overall priority list, i tend to go with more functionality than aesthetics, and many ppl like me use these kinds of setups daily. Still i know its not for everyone and other prefer a clean ultra-wide monitor, there's always something for everyone n.n
 
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not a 19" monitor, but a multi 19" monitor setup, and basically a lot of ppl who want more workspace with as few investment as possible.
17o8icodv9zkzjpg.jpg

or this
15xquyd.jpg


hp 2009m lcd monitor 884420327684 | eBay
$10 USD monitors, each with its own built in stereo speakers, so with the right sound card/audio system you can get a pretty good immersive triple screen system for under 50 bucks, with good resolution, durability and performance. :) but everyone has his o her own opinion and overall priority list, i tend to go with more functionality than aesthetics, and many ppl like me use these kinds of setups daily. Still i know its not for everyone and other prefer a clean ultra-wide monitor, there's always something for everyone n.n
Wow this looks good!


 
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I'd say it depends what you're planning on doing. Gaming with 2 monitors is nigh impossible in my experience - you really need 3 for it to work properly, or else your main point of interest is sort of 'between' the two monitors. Try shooting a guy when you have to place him off the edge of both monitors to get him in your crosshairs... not happening! 2 Monitors is great for software applications that have a busy interface though, so if you're like me and use video editing and animation software, 2 monitors can be very useful - one monitor for tools and panels, and one for video output. That said, 19" isn't very big, so depending on the ultra wide option, I may go for that instead.
 
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