Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
Any modern monitor is going to have DVI input. As long as your model of Mini can support it, you can get the largest monitor that it will support. The new Minis have HDMI out (they include the HDMI-DVI adapter) and a Mini Display port, and they support a much higher resolution than previous models. Samsung monitors are very good. I still like my Viewsonic 19" wide monitors that I'm currently using for both the Minis here. My wife's 1.66 GHz Mini has no trouble driving our 32" HDTV at its native resolution (1920x1080) via a DVI-HDMI cable.
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