Comments on 32" 1080P HDTV as monitor?

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by Chuck Olson, Feb 9, 2010.

  1. Chuck Olson

    Chuck Olson Guest

    I've been using a Sony 18" monitor for a number of years, and I normally run
    it 1024 by 768 for a pixel pitch of 0.347mm. A 32" HDTV with 1920 by 1080
    has a pixel pitch of 0.369mm, so that documents will be very nearly the same
    size I'm used to seeing (a barely detectable 6% larger). I figure with all
    the room on the 32" screen, I can display lots of stuff. And of course, when
    I'm not on the computer, all I have to do is move my chair back and enjoy
    the HDTV. What's wrong with this idea?
    Chuck Olson, Feb 9, 2010
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