On Sat, Sep 13, 2008 at 11:59 AM, Timothy Murphy <gayleard at eircom.net>wrote:
> Does a flat-screen TV serve equally well as a computer monitor,
> or is there some technical difference?
> I'd like to get a large monitor,
> and this seems as good a way as any.
"TellyVision" is connected to a Philips HDTV (720p) in my front room.
great for watching movies & the motogp (motogp.com), I would not want to sit
as close as I do with a monitor though, it tends to hurt your eyes as it is
much brighter than any monitor I've used.
I keep the resolution at 1024*768 and sit on the sofa rather than in front
A wireless keybaord and mouse helps.
I would say yes, as long as you plan on using it primarily as a "set top
> Timothy Murphy
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