topr8 - 9:41 pm on Feb 19, 2011 (gmt 0)
i've three monitors, which i highly recommend, just as 2 is so much more efficient than 1, then so is 3 to 2.
(i've tried 4, but there is no real gain to having the fourth)
i have the biggest in the middle (widescreen, 26inch ASUS), on the right i have one with the screen rotated 90 degrees (this also at a low resolution, to make reading code easier) and the remaining one on the left.
the rotated one one was a very expensive viewsonic 3:4 in its day, the left hand one is a samsung widescreen 20inch
i've had no problems running three in different sizes at different resolutions and in different brands.
i'll buy a bigger monitor next time, retire the one on the left, put the new one in the middle.