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    Eyenovation
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    2 20 inch displays or 1 23 ??
    I have heard the 20 inch has a better picture. Is this true?
    Perhaps dual 20 inch displays would be better than 1 23 for graphics work?

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    2 20 inch displays or 1 23 ??
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    Man, those are HUGE monitors. Have you ever seen one in person?

    I would go with a 23". Plenty of space. Not sure about the quality issue you bring up, but they sure do look nice at the stores.
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    2 20 inch displays or 1 23 ??
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    haha, then there's me just trying to decide when I get my G5 early next year if I want to go with a 17" or move up to a 20" haha. 23" I think would be waaaay to huge for me
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    2 20 inch displays or 1 23 ??
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    2 20 inch displays or 1 23 ??
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    i would go with a 23. You wouldnt have as much space as 2 20's, but i think its easier to keep track of one screen

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    Eyenovation
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    Quote Originally Posted by schweb
    Man, those are HUGE monitors. Have you ever seen one in person?
    All the time. They're not that big.
    Right now I am running 2 19" CRT Viewsonics with my Windoze box.

    Does anyone know if they displays vary in refresh rate or dot pitch between the 20 and 23?

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    Posted by MacAddikt - Today at 05:10 PM
    i would go with a 23. You wouldnt have as much space as 2 20's, but i think its easier to keep track of one screen
    I actually dual monitors a lot better, but I am not sure how OSX handles them. I know it seems like a lot to keep track of, but much like having sex w/ two women - I'm sure you'll manage JUuuuuuust fine.

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    2 20 inch displays or 1 23 ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyenovation
    I actually dual monitors a lot better, but I am not sure how OSX handles them. I know it seems like a lot to keep track of, but much like having sex w/ two women - I'm sure you'll manage JUuuuuuust fine.
    LOL. then yes, get 3 or 4 "monitors" in that case

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    Eyenovation
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacAddikt
    LOL. then yes, get 3 or 4 "monitors" in that case
    Hehehehehehe

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