1. George__'s Avatar
    Will using a 23" 16:9 and a 24" 16:10 (as a secondary) be odd? I'm asking due to the change in resolution from 1920x1080 vs 1920x1200...

    Currently I have a 19" 4:3 that I use as a dual next to a 23" 16:9 monitor and it's just ODD... So any ideas?
    01-10-12 11:26 AM
  2. middbrew's Avatar
    Send them to me and I will try it out for a period of one month. I think that will give me ample time to evaluate how it looks and let you know.
    01-10-12 05:32 PM
  3. George__'s Avatar
    I actually can't, haven't ordered any monitors yet
    01-10-12 07:26 PM
  4. BigBadWulf's Avatar
    I can name that setup in 3 weeks, if you pay for shipping both ways.
    01-10-12 10:02 PM
  5. KB1964's Avatar
    Well personally would not recommend it. I had two monitors that were different sizes. And my desktop callender went wacky. I could not click on it to change the month I was on, and heaven help me if I wanted to move it around. It would disappear and it took me forever to get it to re-appear again. I finally have two 25 inch monitors and my callender is back to acting normally. I am not doing two different sizes again. If you need to or just want to have different sizes, I hope you don't have anything on your desktop like a callender because it might start acting weird. Good luck!
    01-11-12 04:11 PM
  6. JustPlainJef's Avatar
    The two different sized monitors shouldn't affect anything in the way KB described, but I've seen a lot of weird things. As for two different-sized monitors, people do it all the time, but it's not ideal. Since Windows will use them both as separate monitors, it shouldn't be a big deal. One will be taller than the other, so you just have to align the tops or bottoms in Windows based on your preference.
    01-16-12 11:05 AM
  7. BigBadWulf's Avatar
    I've seen a lot of weird things, but it's not a big deal. You just have to align the tops or bottoms based on your preference.
    01-16-12 11:27 AM