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Thread: The choice: 16:9 or 4:3?

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    The choice: 16:9 or 4:3?

    All greetings

    I have a tablet and a monitor 4:3.
    Should I change the monitor to a large size and 16:9?
    Or better in the same proportion? (4:3)

    Many thanks in advance
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    It's really a matter of personal choice.
    You can remap your 4:3 tablet to the 16:9 monitor no worries, it will mean that you lose some of the tablet area though.
    Last edited by Juz; 12-18-2009 at 09:19 PM.

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    thank you, Juzz!
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    ps. I was just busy with New Year's turmoil
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    i hope you bought a 16.9, tons better i reckon
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    16:9 it will be nice, i have my monitor 5:4 and the tablet 16:10 or 16:9?(intuos4medium), i have to "autosizer"(a free software found by googling) the window and limiting the "active area" of the monitor to specific area by using stardock docks put on the top of the screen and positioning it until match to the 16:10 aspect. It was just my way to limiting my screen area 5:4 to match 16:10 aspect, i don't mind if i can only used the bottom part of the screen, before is 1280X1024 with limited area it become 1280X800. Until now i can not find a way to natively disable some part of my screen from 1280X1024(5:4) to 1280X800, i think there is no way to do that with lcd displays.

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