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Extra large gaming monitors (from 32 inches)

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An extra large gaming monitor has a screen size of 32 inches or larger. The best-known sizes for PC gaming in this segment are 34 inches if you want an Ultrawide monitor, and 32 inches if you want a standard monitor. These monitors are large, but still fit on a spacious desk. For console gaming from the couch, it's best to choose a very large gaming monitor. For example, 43 inches or 49 inches. This is best placed on a TV cabinet. A large screen is very suitable for shooters and racing games, because you see more of the environment. This will immerse you in your games and you'll see opponents earlier. Preferably choose a curved monitor if you want to see the screen well without moving your neck too much. Make sure that your desk is wide and deep enough for the monitor, so you can keep a distance.

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Extra large gaming monitors (from 32 inches)

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An extra large gaming monitor has a screen size of 32 inches or larger. The best-known sizes for PC gaming in this segment are 34 inches if you want an Ultrawide monitor, and 32 inches if you want a standard monitor. These monitors are large, but still fit on a spacious desk. For console gaming from the couch, it's best to choose a very large gaming monitor. For example, 43 inches or 49 inches. This is best placed on a TV cabinet. A large screen is very suitable for shooters and racing games, because you see more of the environment. This will immerse you in your games and you'll see opponents earlier. Preferably choose a curved monitor if you want to see the screen well without moving your neck too much. Make sure that your desk is wide and deep enough for the monitor, so you can keep a distance.

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  • Screen size: 49 inches
  • Sharpness: Quad HD (1440p)
  • Refresh rate: 120 Hz
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  • Screen size: 49 inches
  • Sharpness: Quad HD (1440p)
  • Refresh rate: 240 Hz
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  • Screen size: 49 inches
  • Sharpness: Full HD (1080p)
  • Refresh rate: 144 Hz
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  • Screen size: 34 inches
  • Sharpness: Quad HD (1440p)
  • Refresh rate: 144 Hz
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  • Screen size: 43 inches
  • Sharpness: 4K (UHD)
  • Refresh rate: 120 Hz
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  • Screen size: 31,5 inches
  • Sharpness: Quad HD (1440p)
  • Refresh rate: 240 Hz
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  • Screen size: 34 inches
  • Sharpness: Quad HD (1440p)
  • Refresh rate: 100 Hz
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  • Screen size: 34 inches
  • Sharpness: Quad HD (1440p)
  • Refresh rate: 144 Hz
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  • Screen size: 49 inches
  • Sharpness: Quad HD (1440p)
  • Refresh rate: 120 Hz
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