Monitor 24 vs 27 16:10 Vs 16:9 using LR and CS
Well, I wouldn't recommend a 27" unless it's 2560*1440 resolution, the 27" 1080P is a bad choice in my opinion.
If you're looking at 1440P, the alternatives are typically two 24" monitors for the price of one 27" and that's more of a usage decision. For photo editing, probably the 27" would be better, for gaming the 27" may be better if you have enough graphics card capability to drive it at 60Hz.
However, for video, the two 24" option would be better, you can run one screen as full screen preview, and the other for the tools.
If you really want to push it, you can almost get three 23" 1080P monitors for the price of a 1440P 27", so if gaming is your thing three monitors is the way to go because two monitors is useless for gaming.
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