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Philips 240S4LPMS/00 Flat Panel

Philips 240S4LPMS/00 Flat Panel

My first flat panel was 1600x1200 and had a 4:3 display. When I moved to 1920x1080 and 16:9 where I have been since it initially looked strange now Philips have a 16:10 and at 1920x1080 this is weird but install the software and view at 1920x1200 its good.

In fact to get the display just insert the CD-ROM and then right click on your Desktop and then Screen Resolution and identify and accept the 1920x1200 offered. I loved my initial 1600x1200 screen and always missed the added screen depth especially when viewing web pages, you might say it’s not much different but it’s close to an extra 13% and that shows a lot more on most web sites.