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LG 25UM58-P 25" 21:9 UltraWide IPS Monitor $133.99

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Hmmm i need a monitor for my computer desk since I will be working from home. Debating on 2 of these
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Hmmm i need a monitor for my computer desk since I will be working from home. Debating on 2 of these
I won't recommend having two wide monitors for productivity purposes unless you are going to stack them.
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Hmmm i need a monitor for my computer desk since I will be working from home. Debating on 2 of these
these ultra wide is cool for like first 3 months and then you will get annoyed how long and stretchy they are. either go with a 35 inch ultra wide or 32 inch 1440p
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I have one of these and it's fine but be warned it's pretty "small." If you're buying it without seeing in-person, you may be surprised. Because the 25" sounds larger than it is due to the width. The height will be basically about like a 21" monitor.

If you are working in a small area working with it close-up, this would be great. I do like the LG IPS panels and from my experience they were the best "budget" panels I've found.

There is a larger size, 29" I think, with same resolution, that I think is a better size for most usage. I paid $300 for one in that size a few years ago, but I've seen them come up on SlickDeals for as little as $200, in temporary sales. Note that there are different models in terms of sync rate, etc.
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