I am in the UK using a new laptop that I configured for DCS. It more than cleaned out the pennies my wife will allow me to spend, acerbated after purchase by not having been able to work for two months with another month of lock down still ahead. I find the laptop screen is generally excellent but tends to make me over control despite curving the controls axis. AAR is impossible as however much I minimise control movements I end up being heavy handed. I think the problem is that the small screen is representing a large area so a tiny movement that can be detected or initiated on the laptop comes across as a large movement in DCS World. We found the same problem flying ILS on the King Air using the back up. Only air gods could fly smoothly using this tiny screen (under the registration, tiny square display)
I have found that hooking the laptop to my TV with its larger screen makes life much easier - I can actually see the ball on the Stennis for the first time. However I am of course not allowed to move the TV into the study or set up DCS in the lounge. I therefore need to get a monitor.
My question: What is the minimum size and quality of monitor that I could get to enhance DCS sufficiently for in flight refueling and carrier landings given that I will have to offset performance against cash - my income is zero due to C19 lock down. I anticipate a probable delay in purchase until I have some cash flow again.