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DSL Slaphead

March 8, 2013, 1:19 pm

when are we going to start seeing monitors with higher res than 1080p as they are not very common. The increase in res on tabs and phones in the last year or 2 is great but has not filtered up to desktop screens

TechVegan

March 11, 2013, 11:21 am

True, unfortunately they're still a little thin on the ground. Part of the reason the resolution revolution is not happening as quickly on the desktop is because you generally sit further away from your monitor than you would from a phone/tablet screen.

Still, ever more high-res panels are appearing in the monitor market (Panasonic even has a 20in 4K panel), and I'm guessing that when 4K TVs go mainstream, monitors will follow.

tejas007

April 28, 2014, 3:59 pm

I am using AOC 23 inch 3d led monitor which works like a charm .
the 3D is very Clear and Smooth and the Screen is beautiful.AOC has Done the Best Job and its the Best Product in the Market.Style is also very Good.Active 3d Gogles r very costly and only works with the compatible tvs.whereas polarised passive glass will work with LG and AOC both.

cwb Willie Wilken

January 9, 2016, 6:49 am

I have this AOC d2757ph and I am getting a res of 2560 x 1440 with the AMD R7 360 2GB GPU and HDMI cable. 1440p WQHD even though the max res is 1080p for this monitor I am pushing almost twice as many pixels out of mine.

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