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Submitted by xtheownerzx 674d ago | article

Big Screen TVs vs. Small Screen TVs

GamerFitNation: Let’s first define what we are talking about. A big TV would be something larger than 30 inches. This is the arbitrary number that sounds about right, because a smaller screen would be something that a person would use if they were sitting at a computer. Anything larger than 30 inches is going to be too big for a person to sit at a desk and use, thus rendering a computer desk pointless. (Culture, Gaming, TV)

GuyThatPlaysGames  +   674d ago
I have a 65" in the living room that is used as the regular tv, a computer screen and my gaming tv. Everyone knows that when I'm on the tv, it's my time. I also have a 46" in the bedroom. Big tv is always better in my opinion.
ironfist92  +   674d ago
Spoken like a true American
frjoethesecond  +   673d ago
This sums up your comment.

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shockdude  +   673d ago
'Murica
onyoursistersback  +   674d ago
I love gaming on my Alien-ware 19in monitor, i feel like i see ever thing fast (less eye travel). But for movies, it's got to b a 27in and above.
_LarZen_  +   674d ago
Big is not always better, especially for gaming. So I have to disagree with this article.

And I have one of the best plasma screens in the world, a 65" Panasonic VT50.

Anyone that have tested a high-end gaming monitor know this for a fact.

I'm not going to go in to the technical bits as most if not all of you wont care to read it.
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adorie  +   674d ago
You're posting in the tech section,I'm sure a few of us would read it, myself included. If this were N4G, I'm sure it would be a different story, to a degree.
saphiron  +   674d ago
Why did i read this?
Dogswithguns  +   674d ago
Im happy with my 19" monitor for my PS3..
level 360  +   674d ago
For the lounge a 40 inch would be the best size to start on but nowadays 55 inch screens with 3D capability are getting so dirt cheap.

PC monitors I think a 24 should be the norm.

Got me a Sony 55 inch active 3D in the lounge and an AOC 27 inch passive 3D for PC.
kingPoS  +   674d ago
My 1080p 23" gets the job done. Whats even better is the trinity of connectivity is present ( VGA DVI & HDMI)

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