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If you are in the market for a new monitor for your editing then you need to take a long hard look at the new 30 inch monitors! It may seem to much at first but most editors use two 19 or even 20 inch monitors so going to a 30 inch has many advantages. The first major difference is when you play something in full screen. If you are running two monitors you have two choices, you can play full screen on one monitor or on both but the frames from the two screens will cut right into the center. Both situations you have to make a sacrifice. Not so if you had a 30 inch screen. Also the native resolutions of the 30 inch monitors is huge, 2560X1600 to be exact. If you do the math the allows to place almost three 19 inch monitors inside one single viewing space! The main thing you will need is a graphics card that will support this resolution. If you do not you will be stuck at 1280X800 and defeating the purpose for your new real estate. Tune in next time for a comparison of the top 30 inch monitors! 

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