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    Desktop screen resolution for 22"

    I just bought an Acer x223w in 22 inches. Except every thing fine, that I have a concern with the screen resolution. If I put the native resolution (1680 * 1050), the icons are tiny and short. I feel like my 15 inches before. If I put the resolution that I used on my 15 inch earlier, the Office occupies the entire screen, against, text and icons are somewhat unclear.

    What do I put as resolution. My graphics card, I do not know what it is, I will seek.

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    Put the native resolution (1680 * 1050), active ClearType (Display properties -> appearance -> effects -> use the ClearType) and thatchanges the size of icons.

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    22" in 1680x1050, I find it too big
    A 15" is 1024x768. If you find that this resolution for you on a 22", it is high time to change glasses. Or buy a LCD TV 2m diagonal HD Ready (no no, not full HD, you would have nothing...)

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    My graphics card, which is set to 1680 * 1050: ATI Technologies Inc RV370 5B60 [Radeon X300 (PCIE)] (128 MB)
    ATI Technologies Inc RV370 [Radeon X300SE] (128 MB)

    Frankly, with the native resolution, I find it too small, and the other is too big. how do I do?

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    To force it get used, and in any case pass from a 15 to 22 inches is expected to see the size of icons fall.

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    I put the native resolution, but reading is quite difficult on the Internet. It is really small and I feel that the color fonts (like the one I'm writing) is not "stable".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutta View Post
    To force it get used, and in any case pass from a 15 to 22 inches is expected to see the size of icons fall.
    Not necessarily, because if you spend a 17 "to 22" wide, the pitch rises.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benito View Post
    I put the native resolution, but reading is quite difficult on the Internet. It is really small and I feel that the color fonts (like the one I'm writing) is not "stable".
    All browsers can increase the font size. A good start is to move the Windows interface in 120 PPP (Display Properties, Settings, Advanced, General Parameter PPP Large size).

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    Here's my screen:

    resentation of the LCD ACER X223W Silver
    Description: ACER X223W Silver
    Large LCD Monitor 22.0 "(56 cm)
    Release Date (approx.): September 2007

    Technical characteristics of the slab of the LCD ACER X223W Silver
    Technologies: TN + Film TFT active matrix
    Backlight: A fluorescent tubes
    Aspect (ratio): 16:10
    Viewable Size: 22.0 "(56 cm)
    Resolution / Frequency: 1680 x 1050 at 60Hz (Format "Wide")
    Response time: 5 ms
    No pixel (pitch): 0282 mm
    Brightness: 300 cd / mē
    Contrast Ratio: 2500:1 (Dynamic / Max)
    Colors: 16.7 million
    Horizontal angle of vision. : 170 °
    Green viewing angle. : 160 °
    Synch. Green. Analog: Mini: 56 Hz / Max: 76 Hz
    Synch. Hor. Analog: Mini: 30 kHz / Max: 82 kHz

    General characteristics and features of the LCD ACER X223W Silver
    Audio: no
    Portrait mode: no
    Tilt adjustment: yes
    Setting the rotation: no
    Adjusting the height not
    Theft (Kensington): yes
    Wall mount compatible: yes (VESA 100 x 100 mm)
    OSD / Menus and Front: Brightness, contrast, image position, clock, selection and adjustment of colors, languages, reset

    Connections of the LCD ACER X223W Silver
    Video inputs: VGA

    Resolution Supported
    VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, NEC, Apple and VESA

    Other information of the LCD ACER X223W Silver
    Standards: UL, CUL, TUV / GS, T-Mark, ISO9241-3/-7/-8, FCC / B, VCCI, CE, TCO03, C-tick, BSMI, WHQL, ISO 13402-6
    Appearance / Color: Silver and black
    Size up included: --
    Net Weight: --
    Consumption running: 45 Watt
    Standby power consumption: 2 Watt
    Reference Manufacturer: ET.EX3WE.012
    EAN: 47 18235 33177 1 / 4718235331771
    Other Denominations: Acer X223Wq Silver

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    Only solution to avoid blur: put it to half-definition: 840 x 525

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    I do not know if it can help you but I had a problem with unsharpness on 19" wide (1440x900) on the XP. The resolution was well accepted. (Chipset with integrated graphics) I was thinking about a screen problem. Updated drivers and it actually came from that.

    Blur also with another model screen but the "self tuning" has been resolved.

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    Re: Desktop screen resolution for 22"

    I just got this monitor today (Acer x223w) and though I don't have an issue with the clarity at the native resolution, I have an issue with background noise). There is so much electrical 'waviness' in the background that it's somewhat annoying. Anyone else experience this? Is there a solution? I don't have the issue if I switch the resolution over to 1600x900, but then all the type is blurrier. The noise is gone, but fuzziness takes its place. Any suggestions?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Desktop screen resolution for 22"

    Actually, any time I have had this problem with a monitor it was bad caps in the ballast circuit. Most folks do not bother to repair the computer monitors these days. They buy new ones. That is how I got my 22" widescreen I am using now. It was replaced for less the 200 bucks by the original owner.

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    Re: Desktop screen resolution for 22"

    Might have something to do with power supply. I know of a similar problem with my mates plasma screen. I know that a plasma is a completely different monitor to a lcd but his was humming so loud at one stage and he got it sorted under warranty. Something to do with his power connection to it.
    Warning: I have an attitude and I know how to use it.

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    Re: Desktop screen resolution for 22"

    Quote Originally Posted by Hellonnnewman View Post
    I just got this monitor today (Acer x223w) and though I don't have an issue with the clarity at the native resolution, I have an issue with background noise). There is so much electrical 'waviness' in the background that it's somewhat annoying. Anyone else experience this? Is there a solution? I don't have the issue if I switch the resolution over to 1600x900, but then all the type is blurrier. The noise is gone, but fuzziness takes its place. Any suggestions?

    Thanks!

    Is this monitor plugged into a vga port or dvi?
    Unless at native resolution lcd monitors do this when they're plugged in via a vga cable. If you don't have a dvi cable, get one, if you don't have a dvi output on your computer you'll need a new graphics card that has one.

    If this is the case don't feel silly No one told me and I exchanged 2 monitors as "defective" for exactly this problem (since it was my first lcd monitor) before I learned that this was normal and lcd's work best with dvi.

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