Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by dheer, Sep 19, 2009.
hey guys I just wanna know who is still working on a CRT monitor. I am still on LG 17" CRT
I have LCD 20" Samsung widescreen. I bought it mostly to play games as it has big contrast and only 2ms, but I must say having an LCD is much better than CTR as your eyes don't get so tired and a widescreen is much more comfortable as you have more free space on you're screen. So if you're working on your PC full time, you should get a LCD (or even a LED monitor but they are still expensive).
What is CRT? Can't Remember Tubes.... J/k Use what you got till you can get what you want
I gonna buy one lcd tomorrow because mine is:breakpc1: and is time too.
Hi guys vote Plz!
24 inch samsung
CRT luxury! I have a stream of tape coming from my computer...
My media room has a 9" CRT projector Vidikron vision one , I wouldn't trade it for any digital device EVER .
However I just got rid of my 17" Office screen in place of 2 x 24" samsung LCD's . Its a little bit burning on the eyes tho .
If you're serious about working on computers an LCD will really make it a lot more comfortable. I personally have 2 * 22" screens (and totally worth the money), increases productivity so much. But you've got to use what you've got, and a CRT is still a screen to work on.
*raises both hands* Me! Lol 2 X 17" CRT. 1 Samsung & 1 Dell. Both surplus rotfl. Yeah I know I'm skint but it still does the job.
man...u guys are so jobless!!
I was on 14" or 15" monitor.. yes, CRT which was way to small with low-system config.
Later on bought a LG LCD monitor, was around 200$ 22 inch.. super big!
whats up guys.. don't u use any LCD or Monitors?
My "use for spamming" pc was using a CRT 17", but traded it for LCD 17" widescreen a year ago, lol i only did it coz at the time my local store was having this "trade your crt for lcd" crazy deals.
As for my main rig, it's got a dual display, 22" and 19" LCD both widescreen, reason I got this is because I play games alot, so yeah..
edit: oh actually thats fine compared to the 15" that I confused it with.
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