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LCD for PC

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs Forum' started by G Thomson, Jul 26, 2005.

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  1. G Thomson

    G Thomson
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    Hi

    I'm really new to this so please excuse my ignorance!

    I am looking at buying A LCD TV so that I can watch television and also plug my computer into it and use it as my computer monitor.

    I've seen that a few models have PC inputs and was looking at the Beko 20 inch model (20LB450). However, I see that in the specification it says it has a screen resolution of 640 x 480 but I need to be able to run my computer at 1024 x 768.

    So does anyone know if the Beko will run at this? The confusing thing for me is that the 17 inch Beko model is quoted as running at 1024 x 768??? So does that mean that I would be better buying the 17 inch model as the screen resolution is higher?

    I'm in need of some education /advice?

    Thanks
    Graham
     
  2. benwong

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    You'd definitlely be better off with the Higher Res one. The VGA screen would be totally useless when connecting to a pc; if the native res is 640x480, it will not display anything higher than this.

    Ben
     

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