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Submitted by xtheownerzx 640d ago | article

Big Screen TVs vs. Small Screen TVs

GamerFitNation: "With more and more high definition TV’s on the market, gamers can choose between playing on a larger TV, or playing on something similar to the size of a large computer monitor. But which is better to play on? Well you have to look at what each does well. A big TV gives you a lot to look at, and a lot of detail. A smaller screen gives you the ability to play almost anywhere." (PS3, Tech, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360)

ChickenMan34  +   640d ago
what a waist of my time reading this pointless rubbish
N0S3LFESTEEM  +   640d ago
Lol... I thought the same thing. Irregardless we both read it.
RankFTW  +   640d ago
After reading your comment I just had to read the article. What a waste of time.
Chard  +   640d ago
Regardless of the article, at least you spelled waste properly
NavydAd  +   640d ago
I play with some "Pro Gamers) cod MLG type guys. They overheard me talking to my friend about buying a tv for my apartment. They said that I was dumb for getting a 55inch TV that the best type is 32inch.

I remember asking them why and they said because thats what all the LAN players use at events.

I remember thinking to myself imagine when they have a girl over and they say "Yeah I got a 32inch to practice Lan events"

Either way I went with a 60inch Plasma.
specsmatter  +   640d ago
I have a 50 inch lg 1080p lcd
A 55 inch Samsung 3d plasma
And now a 1080p hd optoma projector with 300 inch screen capabilities , but i have a 120 inch screen. I will never go back to conventional tvs again. Plying COD the ppl are all 7 feet tall lol and 1080p res. can really be seen on larger screens.

If anyone needs advice on upgrading to a projector pm me it was less thn 1000.
brettyd  +   640d ago
I remember when I went from a 32 to a 46 it took a while to get used to.
AznGaara  +   640d ago
I play on a 21.5" ASUS monitor because it has a 2ms response time and its 1080p anyways so that makes up for the quality. I like small screens because i dont have to move my eyes around as much when i game, that and the fact that my bedroom isn't that big to have a big 50" lol.
Tgamer  +   640d ago
I have a 30 inch tv which is okay for me mostly because its the only HDMI compatible tv in my house... but i wouldnt turn down a bigger one
RankFTW  +   640d ago
I play console games on my 40 inch Samsung 3D TV and PC games on my Dell 1440p monitor.
DarkBlood  +   640d ago
i got a 32 inch sony hdtv, goes up to 1080i but im sure the newer models of that size today are better

anyways needless to say its perfect for my bedroom which is where i live as i dont have my very own apartment yet as now anything bigger then that id have to go to the corner of my room which is where my bed is taking up most of the space lol would be right in my face
rockbottom3076  +   640d ago
Stupid article! I assume the person writing this suffered from some type of head trauma. Next article will be about what sound is better 5.1 or 7.1. It will go on to state that not only will you possibly maybe hear more detail with 7.1 not all games will support it like 5.1
NoobJobz  +   640d ago
I've been so used to playing on a bigger screen so if I play on anything small I have a hard time. My nephew wanted to play split screen co-op campaign Halo 4 on his screen. Damn near had a fit. I couldnt see anything. When I move out I'd like to upgrade again and maybe get a 55-60 inch LED.
black911  +   640d ago
I have a Samsung PN51E8000. Please rate and tell me what you think.
landog  +   640d ago
i play pc games on my 55" samsung, i play console games on a 32" samsung, the smaller the screen the better for low res 720p or less games

whan ps4 and nextbox come out, if they are capable of 1080p native then i will play them on the bigger screen

the image of 720p or less streached out accross a large sceen just looks awful imo, the jaggies are severly amplified and all the other faults are much more noticable
dodo101  +   640d ago
I play on a syncmaster 26'' that i have for 5 years or so.
Sometimes i play on my GF screen @ 32'' but somehow i don't see things quick enough on a larger screen.
PersonMan  +   640d ago
I have one PS3 hooked up to a 23" Samsung Monitor I use on my desk (2ms response), but I also have a PS3 hooked up to a 32 inch Sony in the living room and my girlfriend has hers hooked up to a 40" Samsung in the living room.

We like games ;-)

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