At last year's NAB convention I saw a Toshiba monitor that had 4 inputs and each one could be displayed in a quadrant of the monitor, and each had a resolution of 1980X1080 (which meant the monitor had 4 times this resolution). But this was a broadcast monitor and it was made so each input could be shown as full-screen or 1/4-screen. Most consumer level TVs and monitors don't do this, but it could be done at a cost.
I am considering buying 2 22" monitors to do a dual screen set up. I have heard that it may be possible to have one big LCD, say a 40" and make it work like a dual monitor? Could someone help me find out if this is true?
It would be nice to just have the one monitor and plit it when needed and then use the full picture when you dont need split screen.