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Your new years resolution for 2014 is

Desktop Resolution in 2014   61 members have voted

  1. 1. What is your resolution on your primary screen?

    • 800x600
      1
    • 1024x768
      2
    • 1152x864
      0
    • 1280x1024
      1
    • 1280x720
      0
    • 1400x1050
      0
    • 1440x1080
      0
    • 1600x1200
      1
    • 1680x1050
      11
    • 1920x1080
      24
    • 1920x1200
      11
    • 2048x1536
      0
    • 2560x1440
      5
    • 2560x1600
      0
    • "4K"
      1
    • "8K"
      0
    • "Retina" or "I don't actually know what my resolution is"
      1
    • Other
      3
  2. 2. How many monitors do you have connected to your computer?

    • 1
      43
    • 2
      14
    • 3
      2
    • 4 or more
      2

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What's everybody's New Years Resolution?

 

I'm 1920x1200

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Why no 4K?

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1680/1050 is my desktop's resolution, all the Assassin's Creed titles gifted me with black bars on top and bottom of the screen. Many titles stopped supporting my 16:10 config even though many gamers still play on this resolution (according to Steam reviews).

My monitor is like 5y old already , job done perfectly till now.

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Why no 4K?

 

I added a few more options!

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It depends on which machine we're talking about. My work machine will remain at 1680x1050, dual monitors. My home laptop will remain at 1920x1200 on a single screen.

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1x 23" monitor, 1080p.

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1. finish building my bungalow.

2. try harder not to work too hard.

3. and most importantly, collect more "boo hoo i'm telling mommy" points on neowin.

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Currently on 1920x1080, but I'm hoping for 3840x2160 in a few months.

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1920x1200 @ 24" (Dell U2412M) when I'm docked to my monitor, 1600x900 @ 13" when on the go (Vaio Z from 2010).

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1920x1200 @ 24" (Dell U2412M)

 

Same here, hands down the best monitor i've owned.

 

I could never go back to a TN panel monitor now.

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1440x900 (Macbook Air 13"), 1920x1080 (work laptop)

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stuck at 1366x768 :(

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Hah not what I expected from the poll, was going to be something about kicking the e-cig habit...

 

But some day I'll be getting some higher resolution monitors, but right now it's fairly low on the priority list.. three 22" 1680x1050's is plenty fine for now.  It's primarily a work machine anyway.

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Same here, hands down the best monitor i've owned.

 

I could never go back to a TN panel monitor now.

 

It depends. There are some really good TN's out there. The one in my Vaio is really great. Matte, high density, almost full AdobeRGB, great contrast. But good TN's are rare indeed.

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Why no 4K?

Pointless?

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1920x1200 @ 24" (Dell U2412M) when I'm docked to my monitor, 1600x900 @ 13" when on the go (Vaio Z from 2010).

 

That's the same monitor I have. It was a great value for the price.

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That's the same monitor I have. It was a great value for the price.

 

Yep. I absolutely love vertical space since I'm coding a lot and am not a fan of scrolling. Taskbar on the left, move all UI of my IDE's to the left/right and it's great to work in.

 

With f.lux and on the lowest brightness it's a really great monitor to work on for long periods without straining your eyes at all.

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Dual 1920x1080's, the primary a 27" and the secondary a 21.5"

 

The 21.5" also serves as the primary for a less frequently used computer.

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Pointless?

What's pointless about it?

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Nice thread title :P

 

1680 x 1050 on the Desktop, 1080 x 1920 on the HTPC :D

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1920x1080 on my 25" HP 2509b; I've only got one monitor hooked up.

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1 1920x1080

 

EDIT: How do I unnecro a thread?

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2560x1440

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