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Old 08-24-2007, 08:23 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Which one has higher height, a 17" monitor or 20" wide monitor ?

Can someone post a picture comparing 17" to 20" wide screen ?
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Checking the measurements at newegg, mostly the 17" and 19" widescreens, are around the 14"-16" range of height. It would also have to depend, on how high the base is too.

Heres some pics of my 17" and 22". Just imagine the 22", a little smaller.




The 17" is about 16" high from the base, and the 22" is about 17" high from the base.
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