Release of the 11-inch Xiaomi Pad 5 with Snapdragon 860

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    11-inch WQHD+ (2,560 x 1,600 pixels)
    Meanwhile there are no 2K 24'' monitors...
     
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    I have to check on 24'' monitors long time .. really there are no 1440p monitors ?!!!!
     
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    You have to jump on 27'' if you want 2k and its sad because I don't really want to pay extra for something so big. Plus I have to find a way to push it further away from me (my desk is just 80cm deep and I already have my current monitor on top of a piece of wood to push it a couple cm back.
     

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    Of course there are 24" 1440p monitors, I should know since everybody in our company has at least two each (Dell), although, I would prefer 27", 1440p on 24" is uncomfortable.
    The following is in German but as you can see there is no small amount to choose from: https://geizhals.de/?cat=monlcd19wide&xf=11940_24~14591_25601440
     
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    Bro, I have 4k 28 inch monitor.
     
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    we are so far different on that aspect :p i sport a 32 '' 1440p monitor pixel density similar to 24'' 1080p and i love it ! Although personal preference is that ... personal i really hope something to cover your needs brother
     
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    So? In 2016 you could find 2k 24'' monitors, although at the time they probably were unaffordable.
    Now you have to jump in screen size for higher resolutions and that sucks cuz I don't have the money (bigger monitors are very expensive) or the GPU for a 4K display.
    The thing about me wanting a 2k 24'' is all about density. I don't want to go higher in size, but I want the higher density so I don't need to use antialiasing. 2k on a 32'' looks about the same to what I have, granted I had the depth to push the monitor away from me (I don't).
     
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    i found 23 models of 24' inch 1440p screens available for delivery tomorrow . That counts ?:D
     
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    I see , i am much more forgiving in the density then .
     

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    Please list them.
    Remember I live in Portugal and that I don't want 6bit BS with FRC.
    Everyone likes what they like, I think pixel density is beneficial so you don't have to use AA.
    I can't go 4k because I own a defective RX580 working by a thread. 2K I'd be down with lowering the settings.
    Then its the problem of finding a monitor without FRC.
     
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    @Silva yeah i do not mind jagged edges as far as it is on desktops native resolution , mostly cause running lower res is getting really smudgy . Now about 1440p i am "locked" to a 1060 6gb since my Christmas plans to update my gpu where cancelled for obvious reasons :p. I will say hitting 60 fps with medium settings is almost never an issue , so i suspect your 580 will do even better on that .
     
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    Short list :

    Acer Nitro VG240YUBMIIPX
    AOC AGON AG241QX
    BenQ BL2420PT

    I must agree choice isn't big and some better options are pricey .

    You would be better with 27' 1440p , density is good ( free AA compared to 1080p@24'). and choice is very good.


     
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    @kapu

    Benq has only 76hz refresh
    AOC is TN
    Acer is 6bit

    Plus, they're old models ranging from 2014 to 2016 so hard to find here.

    Nope, there are no 2K24'' monitors.

    PS: consider I have Benq EX2510 and I'm happy. The only thing missing here is 2K.
     
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    Why did this thread go from being about an 11 inch Xiaomi tablet to being about monitors?
     
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