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    Anyone have some input on what computer monitor 24" that is worth buying with the smallest bezel around the screen. I want to place 2 maybe 3 monitors side by side with seemless as possible.

    Like to see what results everyone has with this. My intent is to fill my back wall on a computer desk and ill have to make it kind of a wrap around effect.

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    doesnt get much slimmer than this
    http://www.gadgetell.com/images/2007/05/dell-lcd.jpg

    i think you should get a couple of these but itll cost alot at $7000 each
    http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2058/...f71b449fde.jpg

    samsungs are pretty slim
    http://www.overclock.net/attachments...y-dsc07107.jpg

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    Maybe ViewSonic VP2365wb/VP2227wm

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    yea that second link is sharp, so for the price of my car i can have 3 of these bad boys. him wonder what the pawn shop will give me for my car. lmao. but thats the thinking im looking for as well.

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    this reminds me when i was trying to find some headphones and buddy suggested the Orpheus for $30 000. Then someone said these other ones were good for $3000 and the whole thing just snowballed from there. I said Id have to ask the wife first if id be ok if i get the headphones instead of the kids going to college. Funny how if you want to spend money theres alot of people willing to sell you something.
    heres the thread
    headphones anyone?

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    Check out 9x Media: http://9xmedia.com/new/products/xtop...%20&%A0pricing

    You have to get in contact with them to get a quote, as their prices aren't listed on the site. Their LCD's are definitely slim-line, and you can run enough to cover an entire wall of your home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jayfunk View Post
    this reminds me when i was trying to find some headphones and buddy suggested the Orpheus for $30 000. Then someone said these other ones were good for $3000 and the whole thing just snowballed from there. I said Id have to ask the wife first if id be ok if i get the headphones instead of the kids going to college. Funny how if you want to spend money theres alot of people willing to sell you something.
    heres the thread
    headphones anyone?
    All that effort we made and he didn't even buy the Stax or Orpheus headphones

    My dell 24 is about the same as the Samsung listed above

    seems expensive but http://www.seamlessdisplay.com/

    now then would you like to buy some really good headphones?
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    3 of the curved monitors together would be sweet...21 grand hhhmmm...."honey im selling the 4x4 to buy some monitors"!!!!:cool:
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    I run 3 monitors and honestly after a little while you don't even notice the bezels. Kinda like subtitles on a movie, it just becomes "normal" after your eyes adjust.

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    Maybe you could keep your options open and get a couple of these for $1000

    I think these are the first available 3d screens

    http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/p...9&sku=320-8846
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    When with 2 of these, one was with system already so i just got a second one to match it. Hope the work well.ASUS VH236H Black 23" 2ms(GTG) HDMI Widescreen Full HD 1080P LCD Monitor 300 cd/m2 20000 :1 (ASCR) Built-in Speakers

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