I'm lookin at larger screen LCD's, just researchin, and it seems like the limit for the resolution is 1280x1024...
is there any reason for that?
I like higher resolutions - 16x12...and if that's the limit for LCD's...seems kinda limiting...
They're out there - the LCD on the Dell Latitude C810 does 16x12 (not that that helps you if you're looking for a desktop monitor), and for the low price of $17k, IBM has a 22" LCD that will go up to 3840x2400...
The SGI 17" panel can handle some insane resolutions. I'm too tired to find a spec sheet however.
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Planar CT1905S 19" UXGA LCD, digital + analog:
Eizo FlexScan L771 19.6" UXGA LCD, analog:
Viewsonic VP201m and VP201mb 20.1" UXGA LCD, digital + analog:
Viewsonic VP230mb 23.1" UXGA LCD, digital + analog:
NEC MultiSync LCD2110 21.3" UXGA LCD, analog:
Samsung SyncMaster 210T 21.3" UXGA LCD, digital + analog:
Samsung SyncMaster 240T 21.3" WUXGA (1920x1200 native) LCD, digital + analog + s-video:
Apple 22" Cinema Display - FAILURE TO REACH 1600x1200
IBM T221 22.2" QUXGA (!!!) LCD, digital:
There are probably a few more.