If the aspect ratios are the same which I can't tell then I wonder if the x and y pixel counts changed.
I've seen 16x10 displays which folk do gripe about.
I just upgraded my monitor from a 22" Acer monitor to a 25" I. Inc monitor. The dirst thing I noticed is that the screen height is the same on both my older 22" and the newer 25" (actually 24.6" screen size). This is causing everything to stretch. All pictures on the internet are stretched as well as wording ect.Both my old and new one are 16:9 size.
The old 22" acer screen size is actually 12" height x 18.87" across
The new 25" Inc screen size is 12" height and a little over 21" across
So the length across is longer but the height is the same. This is causing stretching.
I thought that if you increase the size of a monitor, the size increases in length AND height, yet both the 22" and the 25" are both 12" in height, the increase in the new monitor is onlyacross.
Is this true of all monitors? I used to sell televisions and when we measured diagonally, an increase in diagonal dize meant the picture was longer AND higher. Can someone explain this to me, or is this something that I.Inc does , and possibly if I ordered a 25" Acer the height would also increase as well as the length (over my old 22")?