spiny wrote:Original CRT monitor gives the best 'feeling' for me I have a real atari mono monitor and a Philips CM8833 for colour stuff.
I also have a scan doubler that works very well, but isn't as 'warm' somehow as using a real screen
if space was an issue I'd put the CRTs in storage and stick with a flatscreen.
thorsten_guenther wrote:If you are able to find one, some Commodore and Acorn AKF (50?) monitors, along with the Eizo 9060S, NEC Multisync (original, GS, II and 3D) and Mitsubishi EUM models will even display all three resolutions (I use an EUM-1491A on my ST).
Shredder11 wrote: got two IBM Thinkpads from Ebay for £70 each, one a x60s 1702-YAB and the other a z61p 9452-3NG.
wongck wrote:Shredder11 wrote: got two IBM Thinkpads from Ebay for £70 each, one a x60s 1702-YAB and the other a z61p 9452-3NG.
At work, we replaced all our T60/61 and X60 last 2 years ago.
As they are used at work daily, they sure are very worn out so it's not worth taking.
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