What are the current recommendations for getting monitor with the
maximum resolution natively supported by beagleboard?
More specifically, are these going to be fine?
1. BenQ G2020HD, 1600x900, TN, DVI-D
2. Samsung F2080, 1600x900, pivot, cPVA, 2x DVI-D
Samsung seems to have much better specs (and a bit higher price), but
according to the user manual, supported vertical refresh range is 56-75Hz
for it. BenQ is specified to support 50-76Hz.
Right now I have LG W2442PA monitor which works at 1680x945@48Hz (and
according to the manual, it was also supposed to support 56-75Hz).
It's more or less fine, but strains eyes when using browser or text
editors for a long time at non-native resolution.
So I just wonder what would happen if I get this Samsung monitor. What
are the chances of it working fine at native 1600x900 resolution?
It would suck if I just buy it and it does not work well
One other option is to just get LCD TV and set it to work with something
like 1080p@30. Anybody using it? Is 30Hz refresh working fine and responsive?