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5:4 or 4:3 Full HD Screen

I need to equip a very space-limited booth with a screen. At the Moment I'm using an old 4:3 1280*1024 screen, the size is perfect but the resolution sucks.

Are there any high-res (Full-HD; 1440*1080) screen on the market?

Thx for your help

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if space is limited you can turn a 16:9 screen vertical 

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5 minutes ago, emosun said:

if space is limited you can turn a 16:9 screen vertical 

Nope, it's even limited in the height. It would be too tall.

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It's fine and all when your talking about resolution but what are the Inches that you can place?

i mean, i don't think you can place a 25" 4:3 monitor if space is limited ( not that that exist i think)

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18 minutes ago, JayB said:

I need to equip a very space-limited booth with a screen. At the Moment I'm using an old 4:3 1280*1024 screen, the size is perfect but the resolution sucks.

Are there any high-res (Full-HD; 1440*1080) screen on the market?

Thx for your help

Eizo Flexscan S2133-BK Is a high res 4:3 monitor but 21.3" 1600x1200 but that's the only one i could find

else it would be a 1280x1024

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You can buy LCD panels (standalone) from sites like https://www.laptopscreen.com

 

Find some recent laptop model that has 4:3 or 5:4 display (I suggest looking at Lenovo, as they had the Thinkpad series)

Search for that model's lcd panel on that site

Find a compatible hdmi / dvi to lvds/whatever connector the lcd display converter board (ebay and aliexpress has them)

Profit?

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4 minutes ago, FastRDust said:

It's fine and all when your talking about resolution but what are the Inches that you can place?

 i mean, i don't think you can place a 25" 4:3 monitor if space is limited ( not that that exist i think)

You are absolutly right. ATM there is an 17" screen but since it's pretty old it has big bazzels, so it is around 19".

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4 minutes ago, FastRDust said:

Eizo Flexscan S2133-BK Is a high res 4:3 monitor but 21.3" 1600x1200 but that's the only one i could find

 else it would be a 1280x1024

832€... holy shit. But it is also too lange.

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3 minutes ago, JayB said:

You are absolutly right. ATM there is an 17" screen but since it's pretty old it has big bazzels, so it is around 19".

Then your pretty much limited to 1280x1024 and almost all of em are TN Panels:

Iiyama ProLite T1932MSC-B5X

Iiyama ProLite T1931SR-W5

AG Neovo X-19E

Eizo S1934H Grijs ( IPS )

 

The Eizo is not that expensive :P

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Also Finally my setup Ready

 

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2 minutes ago, FastRDust said:

Then your pretty much limited to 1280x1024 and almost all of em are TN Panels:

 Iiyama ProLite T1932MSC-B5X

 Iiyama ProLite T1931SR-W5

 AG Neovo X-19E

Eizo S1934H Grijs ( IPS )

 

The Eizo is not that expensive :P

I already have one of those TN 1280*1024 in use. Got it used for 5 bucks. Want to upgrade that :D

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4 minutes ago, JayB said:

I already have one of those TN 1280*1024 in use. Got it used for 5 bucks. Want to upgrade that :D

Well not much choice is suppose :S

 

Positive Mental Additude!

Also Finally my setup Ready

 

Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Tablet:

I7 8550U ( OCed at 4,0Ghz constant all cores)

16GB Ram

256gb NVMe storage ( upgrading to 1 TB soon )

eGPU Nvidia GTX 1080

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4 minutes ago, JayB said:

I already have one of those TN 1280*1024 in use. Got it used for 5 bucks. Want to upgrade that :D

you are limited by space. Just accept that you will stay with the 1024p. I have an LG L1900R TN monitor as a second screen and it's still amazing for reading, coding or gaming.

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Just now, FastRDust said:

Well not much choice is suppose :S

  

I should buy a 19" 16:9 1920:1080 display and dremel it down to 17" 4:3 1440:1080 :D

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Just now, Settlerteo said:

you are limited by space. Just accept that you will stay with the 1024p. I have an LG L1900R TN monitor as a second screen and it's still amazing for reading, coding or gaming.

It is used in a DJ-booth for light-control. 1024p is pretty bad for previewing lighting fixtures, can't accept that.

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1 minute ago, JayB said:

I should buy a 19" 16:9 1920:1080 display and dremel it down to 17" 4:3 1440:1080 :D

you know another option you may have is Massdrop. From time to time they drop 17 inch 1920*1080 monitors which look pretty decent like their last G-story 17" 120 Hz portable monitor. I really can't think of something better.

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4 minutes ago, Settlerteo said:

you know another option you may have is Massdrop. From time to time they drop 17 inch 1920*1080 monitors which look pretty decent like their last G-story 17" 120 Hz portable monitor. I really can't think of something better.

Oh yea i totally forgot Asus portable monitors

Asus MB169B+ is a 15.6"1920x1080 USB powered IPS Display

It's also auto rotating so Landscape or Portrait is fine :D

Positive Mental Additude!

Also Finally my setup Ready

 

Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Tablet:

I7 8550U ( OCed at 4,0Ghz constant all cores)

16GB Ram

256gb NVMe storage ( upgrading to 1 TB soon )

eGPU Nvidia GTX 1080

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3 minutes ago, FastRDust said:

Oh yea i totally forgot Asus portable monitors

 Asus MB169B+ is a 15.6"1920x1080 USB powered IPS Display

 

Wow. That thing is perfect! Just ordered it :D
Thank you all for your help!

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And here I thought FullHD 4:3 meant 1920x1440 :D

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1280x1024 is 5:4 not 4:3. Maybe you could get a used 20" 1600x1200 4:3 monitor?

For example HP LP2065 is a pretty good old higher end monitor, I have the smaller 19" 5:4 (1280x1024 with VA panel) version and it does look a lot better than even new TN panels. There is two versions of the LP2065, IPS and VA.

Dell UltraSharp 2007FP is also a really good 4:3 monitor. There is both IPS and VA versions of it.

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