From: Dallas, Texas, USA
ORIGINAL: Matti Kuokkanen
You GOT a 32" MONITOR???!!! Man that must be awesome.
No, he said HDTV. My littlebrother has that size thing too, though it's only 768p instead full 1080p.
That link I provided earlier, the one with the 32" HDTV is only $70 more than the 22" I bought, I think is computer-capable too, as my 22" is. I too was thinking that the higher resolution 1020p would be the way to go, but from some internet reading I have done, it would appear as though the 720p is actually better. A lot depends on the signal and the tv's speed. But from what I had read, it seems most people favor the 720p because it completes it's picture in one stroke, whereas the 1020p does it on two strokes. The extra stroke ends up with smears at times. We have some larger screens here at work in the cafeteria, and I had seen blurs on their football games, that had me deadset against HDTV. When I went to the tv dealer though, they were cheap enough to get a smaller one, and I saw some sports on it without blurring, and that's all it took. I have yet to see a single blur on my 22" 720p and it does make a pretty large difference.