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Difference between a computer screen and a TV screen


law89
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Hi friend

 

A small question regarding resolution. When I inquired here about the resolution of a computer screen, I was advised not to take an 27-inch FHD screen but up to 24 inches.

 

Does it catch on about TVs?

I look at an example in:

https://www.traklin.co.il/מוצרי_אלקטרוניקה/טלוויזיות_ומסכים/טלוויזיה_lg_32_smart_32lm630bp

 

It's 32 inches and it's not even FHD

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Because it's comparing apples to ... cravings ...

I mean, two different things.

As a matter of fact, it is rare to find a screen 32 inches FHD.

Why ? This is how it was decided in the industry.

 

On TV you see different content for different purposes than those on a computer screen.

Hence also the differences between them.

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Recommend avoiding a TV that is not 1080P.

At the screening On TVs that are less than that, the pixels do not sit exactly in place so you see less sharp than you can possibly consume if the image fills the entire screen.

 

I think this is a trick for people to see better on FULL HD.

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Recommend avoiding a TV that is not 1080P.

At the screening Movies On TVs that are less than that, the pixels do not sit exactly in place so you see less sharp than you can possibly consume if the image fills the entire screen.

 

I think this is a trick for people to see better on FULL HD.

 

As the A-10 said, there is almost no FHD at 32 inches.

I admit I am very surprised. I was already on my way to closing the deal and I was sure such a size comes at least with QHD.

If the choice is between a 23.8 computer screen and Of the 32 listed above, is the computer screen better?

 

I'm worried it's going to be a little small.

I remember when I was young I would watch 21-inch TVs from a distance of 2-3 meters (but then the TVs looked huge).

 

Edit: Another option is to take 65 inches with . But it seems to me that it will be too great in terms of distance and it will be difficult to watch it.

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