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    Alienware's giant curved screen is bigger than you might think.

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    Re: Alienware's giant curved screen is bigger than you might think.

    Looking at the images those joins between the screens are quite noticeable.I can imagine that would get annoying after a while. especially if one of the panels had slightly different brightness.

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    Re: Alienware's giant curved screen is bigger than you might think.

    dam, that thing wouldnt be able to fit on any desk i have

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    Re: Alienware's giant curved screen is bigger than you might think.

    Looks interesting. I'd be able to fit one on my desk, but not sure if I could put up with only 900 vertical resolution. Also having invested in a 27" screen recently I'll not be changing my monitor for some time yet. Something for the future when graphics cards can cope with that aspect ratio on a better resolution.

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