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Old 12-07-2005   #1
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I hear the newish Dell 24 inch widescreen LCD is pretty darn good. I believe PC mag says it's a good deal instead of two monitors side-by-side. Anyone toying with the idea of getting one--or have one already?

It's interesting to me because I'm always looking for more screen space but have not enjoyed my experiments with dual monitor setups.

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I'm running the Apple Cinema Display 23 inch and it's awesome to have that much screen space. I still think about adding my older monitor to the system just to place all of the PS tools and stuff on that and use the entire 23" for the picture. I'd probably do it, but the real estate on my desk is the limiting factor and I'd need to redesign a bit.

I've heard mixed things about the Dell 24" for color calibration, however. Might want to look into that a bit before buying it.


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