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32" Acer ET322QK 4K UHD FreeSync LED Monitor

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Newegg has 32" Acer ET322QK wmiipx 4K UHD FreeSync LED Monitor on sale for $279.99 > $289.99 > now $279.99. Shipping is $5.99.

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Panel Type: VA
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Viewing Angles: 178° H / 178° V
  • Response Time: 4ms (GTG)
  • 100% sRGB Color Gamut
  • Built-in Speakers
  • VESA Mountable
  • Connectors:
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x Display Port

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I have 2 of these monitors at work (I have a lot of Chrome and other windows open). I put a window in each corner and it's like having 4x 16" 1080p screens in one [displaywars.com]. If that's too small, I'd recommend getting a 43" TV for this usage so each corner is effectively a 21.5" screen [displaywars.com].

I use PowerToys' FancyZones for moving apps to the corners instead of having to have pixel-perfect mouse placement using native Windows 10 snapping.

Ask me any questions you have.
This is like complaining you have too much money in the bank....
Just info. VA panel

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I have 2 of these monitors at work (I have a lot of Chrome and other windows open). I put a window in each corner and it's like having 4x 16" 1080p screens in one [displaywars.com]. If that's too small, I'd recommend getting a 43" TV for this usage so each corner is effectively a 21.5" screen [displaywars.com].

I use PowerToys' FancyZones for moving apps to the corners instead of having to have pixel-perfect mouse placement using native Windows 10 snapping.

Ask me any questions you have.
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Just info. VA panel
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Seems like a great deal, but 32" is just huge for regular work lol. I returned one a few weeks ago and went back to 27"
Depends on your workspace and how far the screen is from your face.
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Quote from willboyer5985 :
I have 2 of these monitors at work (I have a lot of Chrome and other windows open). I put a window in each corner and it's like having 4x 16" 1080p screens in one [displaywars.com]. If that's too small, I'd recommend getting a 43" TV for this usage so each corner is effectively a 21.5" screen [displaywars.com].

I use PowerToys' FancyZones for moving apps to the corners instead of having to have pixel-perfect mouse placement using native Windows 10 snapping.

Ask me any questions you have.
Any recommendation for 43 inch tv models? Thanks. I thought some low-end model may not display pc contents very well.
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Any recommendation for 43 inch tv models? Thanks. I thought some low-end model may not display pc contents very well.
I don't have much experience with 43 TVs as they can be hit or miss for monitor use. A friend tried an LG UN7300, but it had a weird thing where the left and right sides seemed to roll off the screen kind of like curved phone screens. It looked great otherwise. But that made it unusable as you couldn't see the X to close out windows at certain angles.

Have a look at rtings to help narrow down your search. They have a table view where you can filter by size, price, and their PC monitor score.
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Quote from willboyer5985 :
I have 2 of these monitors at work (I have a lot of Chrome and other windows open). I put a window in each corner and it's like having 4x 16" 1080p screens in one [displaywars.com]. If that's too small, I'd recommend getting a 43" TV for this usage so each corner is effectively a 21.5" screen [displaywars.com].

I use PowerToys' FancyZones for moving apps to the corners instead of having to have pixel-perfect mouse placement using native Windows 10 snapping.

Ask me any questions you have.
I purchased a 40" vizio v series to achieve 4 screens in one! It's awesome
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Quote from Imallvol7 :
Seems like a great deal, but 32" is just huge for regular work lol. I returned one a few weeks ago and went back to 27"
This is like complaining you have too much money in the bank....
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Quote from Imallvol7 :
Seems like a great deal, but 32" is just huge for regular work lol. I returned one a few weeks ago and went back to 27"
32" 4K is not huge. 1080P is huge

I have this monitor and a Samsung 32" Class 4K UHD Curved Monitor at Costco
Item 1367017 Model LU32R591CWNXZA

And they both look about the same except the Samsung is curved for more focus.
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This is like complaining you have too much money in the bank....
I always want a bigger TV screen but the bigger monitor for a computer just became cumbersome. I rather have two smaller monitors but this is just personal preference.
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Any recommendation for 43 inch tv models? Thanks. I thought some low-end model may not display pc contents very well.
I'm enjoying TCL 43S425, plenty of space, it's like 4 1080p 22 inch monitors. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&s...aYZyUJefvt
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I am noob when it comes to monitor. Will this be good to used with Xbox Series X or PS5. Planning to use it for work and gaming. Thanks
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I am noob when it comes to monitor. Will this be good to used with Xbox Series X or PS5. Planning to use it for work and gaming. Thanks
For PS4 pro and Xbox one x yes. For XSX or PS5 it's acceptable but would not allow you to fully utilize next gen hardware.

If u play by yourself this would be fine. If u play with another person I don't know how the viewing angle is. U may want to look for ips panel instead.
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