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    Dell P2419H

    InfinityEdge IPS for the workplace.
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    Re: Dell P2419H

    The bad section needs updating to include 16:9 aspect ratio

    Seriously been using 16:10 for the last 7 years and cannot go back on a work monitor.

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    Re: Dell P2419H

    Quote Originally Posted by Kanoe View Post
    The bad section needs updating to include 16:9 aspect ratio

    Seriously been using 16:10 for the last 7 years and cannot go back on a work monitor.
    I'm the same. I really dont like working on 1920 x 1080

    I do quite like ultrawide though, the 1440p ones are nice as its like having dual monitors without having dual monitors, and now there is a 1600p panel floating about, its pretty tempting.

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    Re: Dell P2419H

    Quote Originally Posted by Kanoe View Post
    The bad section needs updating to include 16:9 aspect ratio

    Seriously been using 16:10 for the last 7 years and cannot go back on a work monitor.
    Completely agree with you! 16:10 for work or go home. 16:9 is awful for productivity. Ultrawide 1440p+ is better, but for a standard monitor, 16:9 can go away!

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    Re: Dell P2419H

    Need more 16:10 gaming monitors too. Where is my 27-30in 1600p Gsync monitor? Make one for under a grand and you have me.

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    Re: Dell P2419H

    Isn't it about time that all the oems finally ditch 60Hz. Also 1080 needs to go as we're being charged over and over again for the same items. Where's the progression in this area?

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    Re: Dell P2419H

    Quote Originally Posted by Kanoe View Post
    The bad section needs updating to include 16:9 aspect ratio

    Seriously been using 16:10 for the last 7 years and cannot go back on a work monitor.
    Agreed! For work or gaming 16:9 sucks..big time.

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    Re: Dell P2419H

    also agreed, but spare a thought for those of us whose monitors at work are 1280x1080 4:3 and 1650x1050. :|

    oh and I got that work computer upgrade in the end. To a shiny new i7-6700. So finally, an 8 thread machine just in time for that era to be drawing to a close. As someone pointed out, it's like receiving your regiment's new charger stallions in June 1914.... At least it has an SSD this time.

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