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AOC I2269VWM - Monitor 21.5"(resolution 1920 x 1080 Pixels, WLED, Contrast 1000:1, 5 ms, VGA), Color Black

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2x Acer 27" monitors. Gaming monitors since they were on special when I acquired them. They are nice and sharp with a high refresh rate and connected to a GTX1080 card via display port.

I need to wear glasses at the screen now. The uplift from 24" helps.
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iMac built-in Retina 5K, 27 inch (5120 x 2880) Radeon Pro 580X 8 GB graphics.
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I had to replace my screen (power supply issues) - I was thinking about replacement when Murphy hit, so we had to decide more quickly (and the LG i was waiting for was not yet available) - i even had to work with a 7" 4K monitor (a unit that i use on camera, cheaply bought in China, though it's not that bad at all IPS and 4K for a little more than 100) - it's now a 4K Benq 27" EW2780U - in fact i'm running it in normal HD mode - not 4K. And switching to 4K when needed.
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HP ZR24w - I have one for a few years now. This is the 2nd one after I dropped the previous when moving.
I did have an Eizo 24" as well which I won in a magazine photo comp but sold it when I needed some extra cash.

I can't afford to replace the HP, but still like to occasionally window shop.
oh and as I live on the road in my wee 15' poptop caravan, the base is bolted to my table but the screen is removed and tucked away secure.
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