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ITTechPerson

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Guys pls help me to choose a new portable dvd player, as I am a frequent traveler & don't need any laptop. While traveling I need to play some video/audio dvd/cd or just play from hdd storage.
So looking for a portable dvd player with screen & hdd space - pls mention available models & make with price.
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Guys pls help me to choose a new portable dvd player, as I am a frequent traveler & don't need any laptop. While traveling I need to play some video/audio dvd/cd or just play from hdd storage.
So looking for a portable dvd player with screen & hdd space - pls mention available models & make with price.
 
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zbuu

Broken In
Bought Corsair Twin xms2 ddr2 4GB(2*2). for 4500/-. DDR 2 prices skyrocketed...........
Also bought 2m HDMI Cable (Bafo) for rs 450/-.
 
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tkin

Back to school!!
Just Purchased for a friend Samsung P2350 23" Full HD LCD monitor.

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1.2ms response
2.50000:1DCR
3.300cd/m2 Brightness

Price 10,975/-+ Tax. from M.D Computers Kolkata.
 

Cool G5

Conversation Architect
^^congrats mate. why does this look a bit boxy in the image? :)

Yeah seems boxy. Appears to be resized without keeping the aspect ratio. The image has a widescreen monitor but it doesn't appear so on looking on the image.

Congrats.
 

asingh

Aspiring Novelist
^^ does the above monitor also give 1920x1200. Then what is the difference in DELL 24" which also gives 1920x1200 also. Is it just the 1" hypotenuse difference, or is it something else.

Sorry am a noob regarding monitors.
 

tkin

Back to school!!
^^ does the above monitor also give 1920x1200. Then what is the difference in DELL 24" which also gives 1920x1200 also. Is it just the 1" hypotenuse difference, or is it something else.

Sorry am a noob regarding monitors.
No, it gives only upto 1920x1080. 1920x1200 is 16:10 while 1920x1080 is 16:9, so 1920x1200 has a bit higher pixel count(vertically) than the 1920x1080 one, that's the only difference.
 

desiibond

Bond, Desi Bond!



Microsoft wireless optical mouse 3000. paid 930 bucks and am sure i would've got it for 100 bucks less at SP road. :)
 

fearless

Right off the assembly line
assembled just 2 min earlier
with windows 7

AMD Athlon II 250 -rs 3500(dual core 3ghz)

Biostar TA785GE 128M - 3250

Transcend 2GB DDR2 800mhz - 1700

WD Blue 500GB - 2400

iball - 1400

Palit 9600GT 512MB DDR3 - 4700

i am using my old crt 17 inch samsung its good

reply if need to make changes i.e psu etc i can change gc (not bought yet)
max budget for gc + pssu = 6500
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assembled just 2 min earlier
with windows 7

AMD Athlon II 250 -rs 3500(dual core 3ghz)

Biostar TA785GE 128M - 3250

Transcend 2GB DDR2 800mhz - 1700

WD Blue 500GB - 2400

iball - 1400

Palit 9600GT 512MB DDR3 - 4700

i am using my old crt 17 inch samsung its good

reply if need to make changes i.e psu etc i can change gc (not bought yet)
max budget for gc + pssu = 6500
 
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damngoodman999

damnbadman666
^^ does the above monitor also give 1920x1200. Then what is the difference in DELL 24" which also gives 1920x1200 also. Is it just the 1" hypotenuse difference, or is it something else.

Sorry am a noob regarding monitors.

But 16 : 10 ratio monitors reduce FPS in games more above 20%

thats y HD monitors 16:9 which they bring SIZE + FPS , but the pixel density & clarity on games which is good in 16:10
 

tkin

Back to school!!
Less 20% with reference to what..?

Why would this happen..?
Less than 20% to 1920x1080, this will happen as 1920x1200 monitor has higher no of pixels than 1920x1080, so more pixels mean less performance, that's all.
 

asingh

Aspiring Novelist
Less than 20% to 1920x1080, this will happen as 1920x1200 monitor has higher no of pixels than 1920x1080, so more pixels mean less performance, that's all.


Yea, ok..got it...but this fails right if someone has enough GPU power to render the 1920x1200 easily.

If we go by the above hypothesis, then upgrading monitors always means...loosing performance, but we compensate with better CPU/GPU.
 

desiibond

Bond, Desi Bond!
^^of course, going for a better monitor always results in loss in fps. And a better GPU means more load on PSU, which means that if you upgrade monitor and current GPU can't drive it, you may need to upgrade GPU+PSU.
 
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