[SOLVED] Dual Monitors.. to curve or not to curve.

danielstrohmeyer

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Good Day all. I am looking into picking up a couple monitors. This will be mainly for work from home, but if I build a new system in the not too distant future I may game from them as well. Right now there is a couple decent deals going on and I am hope to get some information on curved monitors. I have used dual monitor setups for years and get a lot more done with them, but I have never used a dual curved monitor set up.

Any opinions, advice, etc?!?! Below are a couple monitors I have had my eye on, currently both are the same price on $179.99.

https://www.costco.com/Samsung-32%22-Curved-Monitor.product.100416413.html

https://www.costco.com/Dell-32%E2%80%9D-Wide-Screen-IPS-Monitor.product.100385824.html

Thanks for any information!
 

carltonje

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What I have looked at in the past is the Bezel size. smaller bezel better the use especially for gaming. Curved is better for me for single monitor whereas with flat you can angle them and get a good feel. Check the bezel size for each.
 

danielstrohmeyer

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While I have some folks on the horn. Does anyone have any thoughts about a 32" monitor for working, sitting about 2 ft (60 cm) away or so, looking at multiple angles and what not.
 

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