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Eric Mack wants to get an external monitor to use with his Toshiba Tecra M4 at his desk. At least, I’m hoping he doesn’t plan to carry a giant monitor around with him. He has put a call out for anyone who is using a monitor […]

Eric Mack wants to get an external monitor to use with his Toshiba Tecra M4 at his desk. At least, I’m hoping he doesn’t plan to carry a giant monitor around with him. He has put a call out for anyone who is using a monitor with a resolution greater than 1280 x 1024 to let him know what works. The video card in his M4 will theoretically drive a monitor up to 2084 x 1536 and this is what Eric is trying to do. He is looking at monitors larger than 20 – 30 inches and if you are currently driving a big monitor like this with your Tablet PC head over and leave Eric a comment.

  1. Hi,
    I’m working with a Acer 19″ (panoramic) as second monitor.
    The HP TC1100 gives me a theorical resolution of 1600×1200.
    The max. res. of the Acer is 1400×900, but the graphics card only offer 1280×768 ( I suposse the nvidia adaptor only offers such “high-wide relation”.)

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  2. I’ve got the Dell 24″ widescreen and wouldn’t trade it for a kidney. 1920 x 1200.

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  3. I can’t seem to get 1920 X 1200 on my Tecra M4 using the 7.1.4.4 nvidia drivers for XP. Any tips on how to get that resolution to show up so I can make use of my 24″ LCD?

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