Its amazing how photographers and graphic designers made due with VGA for 10+ years, yet today's crop of so-called-experts can't seem to figure it out. . .
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5/17/08 at 3:52pm
Darcy, I do agree wtih you that an M6300 Precision should be what you should get. However, you CAN convert VGA to Component and Component supports 1080p. If the display supports RGB and not YPbPr you can use a simple $20 adapter.
Also, unless your clientele also includes photography professionals, I doubt they'd even notice the difference anyway, as most of the population wouldn't know at a glance.
I know that a lot of graphic designers with high end monitors back in the 90's would use BNC connectors because they could not live with VGA 10 years ago. Sorry to shoot down your 10 years of living with VGA statement. Go read a book.