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ChekaAgent

Your screen resolution

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Post here your screen resolution. (and preferably the screen size, the one that is measured in inches)

Just curious what kind of screen resolution is the most common now.

I have a shitty laptop, so my screen resolution is 1366x768. I'm not sure about the screen size, though.

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2560 x 1600, 13.3", although I mostly down-scale to 1080p at 23" or 24". Desktop:



Edit: let's show off my secondary screen, why the hell not

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2560x1440 here.

roadworx said:

1600x900. Too bad the actual computer sucks.

The resolution isn't so hot either, frankly.

ChekaAgent said:

Wow, I've never heard of such resolutions before..

I used to have a monitor with that resolution years ago.

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I have a desktop moniter at 1600x900 (used to have one at 1440x900 which wounded up being broken) and a laptop at 1366x768. I am practically tired of my desktop resolution and want to move on to a 1920x1080 resolution moniter.

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fraggle said:

2560×1600

Looks like Jon has the same laptop I have.


I guess! Mine's a work-issue machine I got a month or two ago. Prior to that (back to around 2013) I was using a 11" Mac Air. (and before that I was a Linux desktop user for a long time.)

I'm not really sure which I prefer, to be honest: I haven't really got my head around how hiDPI actually works, and I spend most of my working time plugged into a "HD" non-hiDPI 1080P display at home or at work.

One advantage of the Air was how damn light it was. I loved travelling with it to and from the office, and it was easy to break out and hack on the train or the bus or in a coffee shop etc. The MBP is more powerful for work tasks, where I haven't already offset them to the cloud; but the Air was more than powerful enough for all my Doomin'.

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Jon said:

One advantage of the Air was how damn light it was. I loved travelling with it to and from the office, and it was easy to break out and hack on the train or the bus or in a coffee shop etc. The MBP is more powerful for work tasks, where I haven't already offset them to the cloud; but the Air was more than powerful enough for all my Doomin'.

Yeah, the 13" MBP is the perfect balance in my experience. I like having a lightweight laptop but I also want a reasonably powerful machine and can't stomach going back to a non-retina display at this point. I used to have a 15" MBP and they're considerably heavier.

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Cyanosis said:

I have a lappy with 1366x768, my PC is 1920x1080 with 24 inch monitor.

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antares031 said:

1920 x 1080 with LG 27" monitor.


That is exactly what I have here.

My secondary monitor is a Samsung 20" @ 1680 x 1050

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1920x1080 on an HP2211x ~
Used to run my old PC on an old 1440x900 resolution monitor...god that was awkward at times.

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Do two screens count? If so then 3520x1080.

I have an LG 22" something or other and a HP 20" 2009v (which is gradually dying).

If i'm going by my main monitor then that'll be 1920x1080.

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