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Old 09-04-2008, 12:39 PM   #9
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lois: I still swear by CRTS myself - but it's getting to the point where my stock of used ones is all going "phut" (one yesterday!) so I guess I'll have to bite the LCD bullet eventually - more space on the desk at least!
I know what you mean...my old 19" went to that great monitor recycling place in the sky last December when I had my new system custom built and ordered a 20" NEC LCD...

On one level I was happy to get rid of the behemoth (a friend's husband kindly carried it to my truck) but the transition to the LCD was not as smooth as I expected with the primary problem being that I couldn't read the LCD screen--moving from a res of 768x1152-ish on the 19" CRT to 1600x1200 on the 20" LCD was an experience...'-}}

But once I got that all sorted out, I'm happy with my LCD...

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