Either that or you'll start seeing "Made in Korea" on the back of your new Ultrasharp.
errr.. all the flat panels come from Korea.. well, I guess most of them. Now AND before. The difference is now B grade panels that weren't sold to Apple / Dell, ie: one's that don't make it up to their standards, get sold elsewhere. Sometimes it has to do with how uniform the color is across the surface, or other things many people wouldn't see, and those are sold to other lesser known third-party manufactures in Korea... like catleap, etc.. and now even in the USA.
I've read so much about 16:9 vs 16:10 (which I use now on a Samsung 26" T260 1920X1200 TN panel) that I've confused myself on what I should do.
I definitely want to move to a dual IPS setup (24-27 inch), non-movie watcher, mostly desktop and productivity use, occasional gamer.
With 16:10 being a "dying breed" should I just accept 1080p? I've always thought by using 16:10 I benefit from 16:9 + being able to use the windows bar to complete 1200p?
imo, dual monitor gaming is useless, you will get a big black border right in front of your face. so you probably will stuck with single monitor gaming after all.
For my dual monitor set up is a u2713h + u2412m in vertical for productivity. kinda ghetto, but it compensate the need for vertical space when I need them for maybe say reading a long article or working with excel.
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