Good morning, sir,
I would like to know how much space you need to have in relation to the screen for a 27 inch… For the moment I have a 22 inch that I want to change because it’s going to die…
I’ve noticed the IIYAMA PROLITE XB2780HSU, a 27 inch MVA panel for 300 euros…
I wonder if 27 inches is not too big. The ones that sell the + are 24 or 27 inches? If 27 inches on a desk is not abusive I take the screen directly! (I’m about 70 cm from the screen in the office and for films I can move away up to 1 meter). Plus the screen can be attached to the wall so I can save a little more space if it doesn’t fit…
Thank you for your advice!
I have a 26 inches, and my recoil for any use (gaming, multimedia, navigation, office …) must be about 60 cm …
It’s not a 40 inch TV, a slight recoil doesn’t bother
Thank you for your opinions! I have the budget, by the way, the 24-inch that I was aiming for was also 300 euros.
So I can go for it, I’ll get used to the diagonal?
you just have to pay attention to the cervical vertebrae, by placing the monitor as low as possible.
if you have corrective lenses, the correction must be applied to the whole screen, it depends on the shape of the lenses
I have seen some users refuse a wide screen because of the field of correction of their glasses
Edited on 20/03/2013 at 17:10
Aie… Yes I wear glasses, I hadn’t thought of that… I went to the fnac to see the size of the 27 inches and it’s monstrous… So I don’t know if I’ll try the 27 inches anyway to see if I get used to it with time…
Edited on 20/03/2013 at 21:58
Personally I have a 28 inch 1920X1200 at about 80CM, and my eyes are in the middle of the screen. It’s no problem.
Yes, I was thinking that when we go to the cinema it’s always more pleasant to sit at the front even when the screen is huge, and we’re far from having the top of the screen in front of our eyes! When you have the middle of the screen it’s already good…
Do you have a 28-inch? Really?
This was true on the first generations of LCDs, but it has been false for at least 2 or 3 years.
Indeed, in the past the resolution was the same regardless of the size of the monitor, but nowadays this is no longer true.
In theory, the recoil depends only on the resolution of your screen: the higher the resolution, the closer the screen should be to your eyes.
But in practice it also depends, as Jeje07bis rightly said, on your choice, that is to say on your habits. For example, as far as I’m concerned, when it’s written too big I prefer the screen to be further away.
Hmm, as for me in the movies, I’m in the middle ranks.
Yeah, you get used to it pretty fast. I think it’s small now.
Personally, I sit in the front row at the movies, it gets on my nerves, I’m not comfortable :pafaf:
You think the movie screen is too small for your taste?[quote=the_blue_sky] [quote=Rafael1000] Yes I was thinking that when we go to the cinema it’s always more pleasant to sit in front even when the screen is huge, and we’re far from having the top of the screen in front of our eyes! When you have the middle of the screen, it’s already good… Do you have a 28-inch? Really? [/quote]
Hmm, I’m in the middle of the movie business.
Yeah, you get used to it pretty fast. I think it’s small now.
[/quote] 28 inches, small? Apparently you get used to it so fast that you always want bigger and bigger :pt1cable: All you have to do is take a 40 inch TV and put it on your desk as a monitor Seriously, when I think back to the pride we had in owning a 17 or 19 inch LCD at the time, whereas now even a 27 inch may seem small to some, the contrast is really striking!
Published on 21/03/2013 at 11:22 am
I’ve had it for three years at the same time.
And lose in reso? No, I don’t think so. The next one will be a 30′ in 2560X1600 or a projo. ( Here I agree to switch back to FHD. )
4K will be here soon. That’ll be good!
Well, soon at the right price, I mean. In, say, five years.
Otherwise, for the viewing distance at the computer level, it depends on the number of DPIs of the screen and the number of dpi in Windows. I have with my personal spreadsheet, between 44 and 60 cm distance for a screen 27 16/9 1920 x1080p under Windows with 96 dpi. The vertical size of a 9-point Segoe UI CAPITAL letter in Windows should be 2.8 mm high on your screen. For this letter to be readable, it must be close enough to the screen. For it to be readable in principle, this letter must cover an angle of our view that is between 16/60 and 22/60° of angle (according to a certain ISO 9241 standard that indicated this, and it works very well in practice). That’s 44 cm mini and 60 cm MAXI or 51 cm medium.
Here, it is a distance based on viewing comfort (excellent readability) and not on display quality. For good image quality, you need to be at 1 m. The only recourse is to change the Windows dpi to 192 to obtain both good image readability and good image quality.[quote=the_blue_sky] Hmm, yeah, and?! :paf: [/quote] And nothing at all :p Edited on 03/21/2013 at 11:56 AM
I have an Iiyama and it’s excellent quality! Probably the best screen I’ve ever had!
And personally, 27 inches I find small As said above, the next screen is 30 inches see projector
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XBB32 and the blue sky are one and the same person or I didn’t understand anything ? It’s the first time you’re speaking on this XBB32 topic!
Aps at all I was just saying that as Blue sky said, my next screen would be of a higher resolution and diagonal and that in no case 27 inches was big
It’s too low, it hurts my neck and I feel like I don’t have everything in my field of vision.
Best for me is in the middle of the room or in the middle upstairs.
Published on 21/03/2013 at 18:23
Oh, yeah! Well… Like me!
In your post you were marking down. o0
Chui lost it! :poof:
I forgot the “step” between the dishes and the front ^^ My bad, donkey:
Yes: When I read you again, I figured it out afterwards. ^^
Anyway, we’re the same, we’re in the middle or upstairs at the movies. ^^
Sounds pretty fucked up to me! The only concern I have left is that my desk is quite high up, I’m afraid I might hurt my neck with a 27-inch… What do you think? How much higher does the slab gain in height between a 22-inch 16/10th and a 27-inch slab?
I don’t know. I don’t know. I don’t know. At worst it’s steerable, right?
22 inches 16/10e => 29,6 cm (Height)
a 27 inches 16/9e => 33,6 cm (Height)
Then, if it’s 21.5 or 26.5 or whatever for the 22nd and 27th, it will change the numbers by a crumb.
Edited on 23/03/2013 at 22:27
The screen? Yes, from 6 degrees down… I hope it will be enough…
Edited on 23/03/2013 at 22:40
Do I take it or not in the end? It’s hard to decide on your own…
Mm-hmm. Worst-case scenario, you’ll move to another piece of furniture.
Are you saying that ironically or is that advice? Cause I thought about it, but hey…
Well, ironically, but if you thought about it, it’s not that great.
Since my piece of furniture is 7 years old already, it might be feasible… Like a big glass plate on lines…
a 7-year-old piece of furniture! wow! mine’s 22, but wouldn’t stand another disassembly