Sure Rob, you twisted my arm, I'll let you buy me one of those for xmas...
Robert Gregory Browne
KISS HER GOODBYE (now available)
KILLER YEAR: Stories to Die For (Jan. 2008)
WHISPER IN THE DARK (2008)
St. Martin's Press
What interests me a lot more is the Apple 30" monitor (2560 x 1600), because it's more practical. I wouldn't want anything physically larger than my 2 X 17" monitor set-up (2560 x 1024 pixels total), because it would get in the way of the speakers.
I can see the advantages of having three or four. I have two displays and find myself wishing at least on more.
I'll be greedy and go for the eight displays.
It wouldn't be greedy, it would be unwieldy. You'd be struggling to find the mouse all the time, and taking 15 minutes to get from one end of the view to the other.
Time to change your fantasy.
This looks a lot like the monitors another company was selling a few years ago. At the time, they also had the fastest desktop and laptops. Apparently it was all a fraud and some people were badly duped.
Not saying this is the same company or that they are fraudulent, but the monitors look remarkably similar. I would try to get some references or something before buying into this.
At my age there are not many (if any) fantasies left. 14.5, I already timed it.Originally Posted by Nick Batzdorf
These look great, but I'm not sure current software would do what I would want to do with them--see several parts of a document\score at once.
Wouldn't you only be able to have several separate programs open at once, one on each screen, or several vsts?