New Samsung range

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Just noticed this that OCUK put these new range Samsung and just wondering if this right, 22" with 1920x1080, is it possible?
 
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Hmmmm... tempting getting another 22" then as probably cheaper than 24" for my Blu Ray :D
 
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Yea, Ive noticed a few full HD 22" screens and been quite tempted!

To go for larger screen or save a few pounds.... thats the question! :p haha,sorry
 
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Whats the difference between the 22/23 50's and 70's anyway?
As far as I can tell, the 50's and 70's are the same thing.
 
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Different design, the actual surround is different (more squared on the 50, rounded on the 70). The 70's dont seem to have an analogue input, only DVI-D. The 70's have a brightness of 250cd/m² and the 50's have 300cd/m²...

theres a few little differences between them :p
 

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Only on 16:9 movies (which most are not so you still get borders on 16:9 screens).

1920x1200 is always better than 1029x1080 even with borders.
 
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I have a 37 inch 1080p tv for my main display, and I like it for the size. A 1920x1200 screen is better when it comes to compatability - some games don't like, or simply won't run 1080p.
 
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Can you give some examples of games that don't run in 1080p tryant. I am buying a 22" 1080p today or tomorrow and do like to play games.
 
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I haven't found any game in recent times that doesn't. Think you might struggle with some older titles, anything you play in particular?
 
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