I don’t know if this question may be off topic for our Rhino forums. If it is, please tell me.
I would like to buy a larger monitor on which to do my Rhino work. I don’t really care about getting a higher resolution, because I am satisfied with my current monitor resolution, which is 1920 X 1080 on my 23-inch Dell S2316M. I would just like a bigger monitor so that I can see more items.
I am considering a Dell U2717D, with a 27-inch screen size and a resolution of 2560 X 1440.
So here is my question, please. I understand that the higher resolution will make the image clearer but also smaller, and I am concerned about the image’s becoming uncomfortably small. But will the larger screen size compensate, so that the image will be approximately the same size?
Incidentally, I anticipate that one of you nice people will suggest that I could just reduce the resolution. I find that not to be a useful strategy, however, because on websites you end up having to scroll left and right.
To conclude, therefore, I want to end up having the image be the same size, but having a bigger screen size so that I can see more images.