POLL: What is your monitor's resolution?

What is the shortest side of your (main) monitor's resolution?

Lower than 900
1
2%
900
1
2%
1080 (Full HD)
13
24%
1200
10
18%
1440 (2K)
13
24%
2160 (4K)
8
15%
2880 (5K)
3
5%
Higher than 2880
6
11%
 
Total votes: 55

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POLL: What is your monitor's resolution?

Post by Hert » 18 Jan 18 17:37

The title says it all...
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Re: What is your monitor's resolution?

Post by snowman1 » 18 Jan 18 20:19

Personal use rather than commercial and I just use my (uncalibrated) laptop - I know, I know!
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Re: What is your monitor's resolution?

Post by Stephen » 20 Jan 18 15:17

Back at base my EIZO is 1920 x 1200 regularly calibrated and used professionally. The notebook taken on the road has a lower res, but is only used for editing in an absolute emergency.

I had to select 2160 in the survey above.
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Re: What is your monitor's resolution?

Post by Preston B » 21 Jan 18 18:30

NEC PA272W fully calibrated. 2560x1440.
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Re: What is your monitor's resolution?

Post by tstoddard » 21 Jan 18 23:17

1440 - I have an Asus PB278. If this pole relates to the discussion about supporting 10-bit color depth, it's asking the wrong question. My monitor has a 2560 x 1440 resolution but it's still only an 8-bit device. I debated over whether or not to pay the extra money for a monitor that supports a wider gamut but just couldn't afford it. At some point in the future, I probably will upgrade to one.
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Re: What is your monitor's resolution?

Post by Hert » 22 Jan 18 0:50

This poll is to get an impression of how many people run PSU on a monitor with a resolution higher than FullHD (1080p). Suprisingly, that's already about 60%.
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Re: What is your monitor's resolution?

Post by Guus » 23 Jan 18 7:57

21.5 iMac 4K 4096 x 2304 with P3 color space.

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Re: What is your monitor's resolution?

Post by Nordlicht » 27 Jan 18 21:28

27" iMac 5k 5120 x 2880

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Re: What is your monitor's resolution?

Post by hesee » 04 Feb 18 11:24

31.5" 4096x2160 and 12.3" 2880x1920. Bigger has full 10bit and dci-3 colorspace, smaller has full srgb.

But if poll is about support for higher resolution, then imho DPI is more relevant. 4K screen at >40" isn't that bad, but for 12-13" laptop fullhd resolution has quite high dpi and scaling becomes usefull. Windows ui defaults to 96 dpi and i think that OSX defaulted the same, before both OS started to support UI scaling. My screens are 149 and 288dpi.

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Re: What is your monitor's resolution?

Post by Stephen » 04 Feb 18 15:06

One of the votes for 2160 above was made in error. In case this is relevant.
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Re: What is your monitor's resolution?

Post by Hert » 04 Feb 18 15:57

Ah, I noticed that the "change" option for the poll was not enabled.
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Re: POLL: What is your monitor's resolution?

Post by Jure_13 » 07 Feb 18 9:10

27” BenQ, 2560x1440

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Re: POLL: What is your monitor's resolution?

Post by freudenthaler » 08 Feb 18 20:03

Main in landscape mode is 34" 3440x1440px (LG 34UM95), second is 1440x2560px in portrait mode (Dell U2715H)
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Re: POLL: What is your monitor's resolution?

Post by rfcat » 12 Feb 18 22:38

Samsung 32" 2560 x 1440. Some people do not read fully.
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Re: POLL: What is your monitor's resolution?

Post by Username » 19 Feb 18 23:56

I'm running a Eizo in 2560x1440 although I usually do a dual setup of identical Eizo in 2560x1440 but my temporary desk do not allow me to fit the second one at the moment.
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