I have dual screens (not for gaming) ... and its awesome. love it
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27-05-2015 11:11 #21
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27-05-2015 11:23 #22
Ds school for next year has dual screens at every desk. So I would same it become a norm in a lot of work places.
27-05-2015 11:32 #23
Two screens are an absolute MINIMUM for doing anything on the computer for me. I can't stand trying to work on one screen. I had three monitors at one workplace and it was glorious!
I say let her buy the set-up, @Best Things and then become my girlfriend and buy me a third monitor for gaming, too!
27-05-2015 11:35 #24
In a classic "first world problems" type thing, I'm considering a new second monitor because I have a 26" and a 24" and it frustrates me that they're not the same size (it causes problems when moving the mouse between screens sometimes).
27-05-2015 16:48 #25
DP and I went to the computer place and picked all the parts for a custom build... She squeezed me for an extra $400!
I'll take a photo of the rig next week when she's set it up and show you all.
It's so crazy to think that dual monitors is what's 'the norm' now! I thought DP was being excessive but it sounds about right now hearing everyone's experiences!
27-05-2015 18:46 #26
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02-06-2015 18:10 #28
Showed DH & he practically drooled lol
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02-06-2015 19:41 #29
Yup dh is drooling all over my phone! He has 2 because I stole his 3rd. But they are all different sizes.
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02-06-2015 21:57 #30
I want, nay, NEED that set up. *dramatic sigh*
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