Looking to purchase a new monitor. Any size really, Sub-$500 CAD. Use for gaming, film watching and general programming use. Was looking at the U2415. Can anyone give me any suggestions.
Also post your monitors
I have a dell ultrasharp, and it is pretty awesome.
CES basically starts tomorrow, so you'll see a lot of new monitors in the next few days. I'd hold off, new monitors means the older ones will get discounted.
What's the best monitor/ (tv?) for anime? I want it to look the best possible, anything under 1000 bucks.
Broadcast CRT, 20", does 240p/480i/480p/720p/1080i. Has analog RGB and component video inputs on the back, as well as composite and s-video.
but the 25" is extra nice because >muh effective ppi approaches retina
27" 1440 is just like a bigger 1080.
and, with 25" 1440 you don't even have to adjust your dpi scaling if you're running 1080p next to it like you have to with 4k (which doesn't work in windows)
>but the 25" is extra nice because >muh effective ppi approaches retina
retina is a meme anyway, and in this case the trade ppi for size is justified. 27" on my desk looks glorious, I'd never go back.
>27" 1440 is just like a bigger 1080.
That holds true for any screen size
How are you this retarded? High ppi is no meme. 'Retina' as in, 'all ppi below the one arbitrarily decided by Applel are disgusting' is a meme. 1440p monitors all have higher ppi than 1080p monitors of the same size, so the only argument here is 25" vs 27". Everything else you said makes no fucking sense.