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Our office closes at 5pm on Friday 21 December
and re-opens on Tuesday 2 January at 8:30am. 

Customers with support contracts requiring urgent support between Christmas and New Year, please leave a voicemail on our support number 01204 216939 or email us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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Screens are measured diagonally, usually in inches. The most common sizes at the moment vary between 19" and 24".

There are two shapes of screen: normal (4:3 ratio) and widescreen (16:9 ratio). Widescreen is the current standard.

If the height of the screen is important (e.g. you need to see a whole page of text or to see as much of a spreadsheet as possible), then you might be better choosing a standard (4:3 ratio) screen.

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Connecting to your screen - there are four common methods of connection.

VGA - the most common - a 15-pin analogue connection

DVI - these connections can be analogue (DVI-I) or digital (DVI-D)

HDMI - these digital connections are standard on most laptops or TV/entertainment equipment

mini-HDMI - these smaller connections are often found on small laptops and tablets

Connectors are available to convert analogue VGA to DVI-I, and digital DVI-D to HDMI.

 

DisplayPort (and Mini-DisplayPort) - this is the newest type of video connection type.

(Apple calls the Mini-DisplayPort "Thunderbolt".)

Connectors to convert to other types of video output are readily available.

 

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