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It does have 1440p HDR10 but only 75hz which is a deal breaker for me
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It does have 1440p HDR10 but only 75hz which is a deal breaker for me
same, too low hz to use as a main monitor unfortunately.
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It does have 1440p HDR10 but only 75hz which is a deal breaker for me
Unfortunately the rating is essentially meaningless for adequately displaying HDR content. It will accept HDR signal but judging from the contrast ratio, lack of local dimming, and brightness it won't have a truly high dynamic range.
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This or dual LG 27UK850-W 27"s for productivity, photo/ video editing and very light gaming?
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This or dual LG 27UK850-W 27"s for productivity, photo/ video editing and very light gaming?
the 27inch 4k
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This or dual LG 27UK850-W 27"s for productivity, photo/ video editing and very light gaming?
I will take two smaller monitors over one large one any time of day. I like to run all my windows maximized and two monitors side by side make this so easy.
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If you are ok with 75hz ... get the Acer from Costco.com for $349.99 currently.
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I will take two smaller monitors over one large one any time of day. I like to run all my windows maximized and two monitors side by side make this so easy.
With Windows, just drag the window to the side of the screen and snap, it takes up half your screen. Do that to another window in the opposite direction and you've got perfect side by side windows with no bezels. I got a 34" at work and will never go back to two smaller monitors.
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With Windows, just drag the window to the side of the screen and snap, it takes up half your screen. Do that to another window in the opposite direction and you've got perfect side by side windows with no bezels. I got a 34" at work and will never go back to two smaller monitors.
You speak the truth. Its functionally the same.

just instead of hitting maximize just get in the habit of dragging left or right. It is no more or less clicks than before.
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This monitor is good if you are looking for built-in KVM and one of the port is usb-c with power delivery. Other monitor with the features easily exceeds 1000 dollars.
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You speak the truth. Its functionally the same.

just instead of hitting maximize just get in the habit of dragging left or right. It is no more or less clicks than before.
Or hit Window Key + Left / Right (or Up / Down to Max / Min) arrow keys to snap the windows. W10 will then tab into another window selector to snap the other window of your choice on the other end of the screen.
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With Windows, just drag the window to the side of the screen and snap, it takes up half your screen. Do that to another window in the opposite direction and you've got perfect side by side windows with no bezels. I got a 34" at work and will never go back to two smaller monitors.
Have you (or has anyone) had any experience using an ultra wide with a VDI environment for work, e.g. through a Citrix gateway?

With dual monitors, the Citrix viewer window can recognize there are two, so you can use your dual setup. Could it recognize an ultra wide the same way? I've been really digging for an answer to this for a while with no luck. Using it as one wide screen in this environment may not be optimal because it may only allow a max resolution of, say, 1920x1080 per window depending on the company IT settings.
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