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ASUS VG35VQ 35" Curved Widescreen (3440x1440) for $349.99 AR (plus additional savings)

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Same price on Amazon currently
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Not the rating for 35VQ but I'm guessing it's similar, just different screen size?

https://www.rtings.com/monitor/re...tuf-vg32vq
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A whole page full of advertising and not once does it indicate what type of panel it is. Must I assume TN? With that contrast ratio I assume it's not IPS. I frequently see curved monitors promoted to the gamers among us. Do the same benefits apply to business work, word processing, browsing, spreadsheets?
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How's this for productivity?
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Quote from Inciter :
A whole page full of advertising and not once does it indicate what type of panel it is. Must I assume TN? With that contrast ratio I assume it's not IPS. I frequently see curved monitors promoted to the gamers among us. Do the same benefits apply to business work, word processing, browsing, spreadsheets?
So dumb how manufacturers obviously INTENTIONALLY hide the panel type. No shot its IPS at this price point, probably VA.
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How's this for productivity?
Technically two 27" monitors side by side is "better" for productivity, but then you have a bezel betwwen the two monitors.

I think 34's are great 2 monitor replacements. You have a very wide screen so you can see spreadsheets very wide. You can even split screen two spreadhseets on same screen which is nice although since your splitting 21:9 in half you are getting 10.5x9 and 10.5x9 as opposed to two 16x9 sheets like you would on dual 27's. If your on the fence though, I'd honestly say get it. Ultrawides are the present and future.

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Dont buy curved screens. They will give you a headache.
What kind of monitor do you use? Is it an 1800R, 1500R, 1000R curvature? This monitor is 1800R which is on the "flatter" side.
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What kind of monitor do you use? Is it an 1800R, 1500R, 1000R curvature? This monitor is 1800R which is on the "flatter" side.
I have a Samsung G5 27" Odyssey. It has 1000R.
I know it's the monitor bc when I turn it on the headache comes instantaneously.

Google 'curved monitor headache' and you'll see I'm not only one experiencing them.
It has something to do with our 'normal' way we see the world and seeing it in
curved or fishbowl like displays conflicts with the way our brains see things.

Take what I'm saying for what it is but imo curved monitors can cause debilitating conditions for your body.
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What kind of monitor do you use? Is it an 1800R, 1500R, 1000R curvature? This monitor is 1800R which is on the "flatter" side.
I have the Costco deal on the 34 in curve and it's about 1800. I occasionally gets headaches when gaming or working on it too long. I think there's some truth behind the curve headaches.
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I have a Samsung G5 27" Odyssey. It has 1000R.
I know it's the monitor bc when I turn it on the headache comes instantaneously.

Google 'curved monitor headache' and you'll see I'm not only one experiencing them.
It has something to do with our 'normal' way we see the world and seeing it in
curved or fishbowl like displays conflicts with the way our brains see things.

Take what I'm saying for what it is but imo curved monitors can cause debilitating conditions for your body.
Curved monitors simply push the edges inside of your field of view. Unless you're sitting at a weird angle, there's nothing intrinsically different about how you see the screen or how your brain processes it. Curved screens (especially the bigger ones) are in fact much more ergonomic than flat monitors, even those with better panels. Particularly when you go above 27 (say 32 or 34 inches or beyond that). Anything 27 or smaller with a curve may not be pleasant to work with, depending on the curvature.
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Dell offers a 34" Curved WQHD 3440x1440, 100hz(VA)(PPI 109.7) for $380 w/15% urlhasbeenblocked cashback for a grand total of $323.
https://www.dell.com/en-us/shop/d...d/210-axns
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Curved monitors simply push the edges inside of your field of view. Unless you're sitting at a weird angle, there's nothing intrinsically different about how you see the screen or how your brain processes it. Curved screens (especially the bigger ones) are in fact much more ergonomic than flat monitors, even those with better panels. Particularly when you go above 27 (say 32 or 34 inches or beyond that). Anything 27 or smaller with a curve may not be pleasant to work with, depending on the curvature.
Thanks. I also have a Gigabyte 34 inch ultra wide with similar experiences.
Again I'm not saying this can happen to everyone. Going back to flat panels
is the only option for me.
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Technically two 27" monitors side by side is "better" for productivity, but then you have a bezel betwwen the two monitors.

I think 34's are great 2 monitor replacements. You have a very wide screen so you can see spreadsheets very wide. You can even split screen two spreadhseets on same screen which is nice although since your splitting 21:9 in half you are getting 10.5x9 and 10.5x9 as opposed to two 16x9 sheets like you would on dual 27's. If your on the fence though, I'd honestly say get it. Ultrawides are the present and future.

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I have dual 32" 4k curved and love them. I also have dual 24" I use to keep things open
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