The PC Weenies Thoughts on Dual Display Setups

Krishna M. Sadasivam offers a rebuttal to my theory that a single, small, display is better: >A dual display eliminates the need for me to shuffle back and forth between apps, thereby improving my productivity. The interesting thing for me in catching up with the responses to [this post](http://brooksreview.net/2011/09/meticulous/), is that most people seem to…

Krishna M. Sadasivam offers a rebuttal to my theory that a single, small, display is better:
>A dual display eliminates the need for me to shuffle back and forth between apps, thereby improving my productivity.

The interesting thing for me in catching up with the responses to [this post](http://brooksreview.net/2011/09/meticulous/), is that most people seem to have focused on my loathing of dual displays. In fact I have hated dual displays for years and my post actually was talking about me moving away from large displays…

Either way Sadasivam’s response is pretty typical to what I have been hearing: “I am a design or a creative professional and need a large display.” Yes, I agree: Adobe’s software is crap to use on a small display. The question in my mind though is whether a large display is necessary and even beneficial outside of a small niche group.

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