I'm asking for help from the video experts. I hear the new TV's with the DVI connector is worth looking at, but I've not been able to find one that meets the requirements. I'm currently running dual 19" crt monitors at 1600 x 1200 resolution. I would like to replace one of the 19" crt's with some form of crt / plasma or other thin low heat generating solution. I would like this flat panel to be wide enough to as close to my existing 37+" of viewable area I currently have. The major problem is the resolution. I have to have the x1200 height res or more.
I've recently seen an HP 23" that is the only one that has the 1200 res height, but I can't locate any other device that meets this requirement.
Am I asking for to much technology too soon? Does such a device exist that is somewhat affordable? I make a living sitting in front of these monitors (sometimes 18+ hours a day), and my eye sight is going bad. These CRT's look blurry, but if I was to lower the resolution, it would not be so bad. However, due to the work I do, I must have the 1200 height res.
I hope this makes sense, and I really hope there is a video expert that can point me in the right direction. This quest has been very frustrating due to the lack of products that meet these requirements. I would certainly entertain any size as I can continue to use the dual 19" crt's as long as the flat panel supports the DVI connector. I'd rather not have speakers as they will only be in the way, but if that is the only way, then that will be fine.
Thanks for any input anyone can offer on this.
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