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and it was a lot of cancellations, so don't count that deal as legitimate.
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Also this is direct for Lenovo, so cancellations may not be as common.
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no vesa either.
no sure why 2K monitor makers so hate the vesa mount ability - just four damn holes away!
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hmm i really want this but i was told 24 inch on a 1440p is small and i should get a 27 inch atleast?

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hmm i really want this but i was told 24 inch on a 1440p is small and i should get a 27 inch atleast?

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Yes, you will most likely have to scale Windows to 125%, unless you have eagle eyes. Windows 10 does a good job at this, less so with Windows 7/8. I think OSX does a good job too.
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Yes, you will most likely have to scale Windows to 125%, unless you have eagle eyes. Windows 10 does a good job at this, less so with Windows 7/8. I think OSX does a good job too.
so 24inch is fine but i would have to scale windows or after 1920x 1080 i have to keep scaling to make up for small resolution
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hmm i really want this but i was told 24 inch on a 1440p is small and i should get a 27 inch atleast?

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Don't believe what you are told. I have a 23" 4k with Windows 10(not sure about other versions) and have zero scaling issues. Everything looks super crisp. Games even more so and I don't need anti aliasing.
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You can answer this question yourself if you've used a 15in 1080p laptop screen.

If you find yourself increasing scale to read on that then you'll most likely need to on a 1440p at 24in.

I personally love 1440p on a 17.3 alienware so dropping PPI by going to 24in is way easy to use without scaling. YMMV.
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