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Ultrawide curved monitors

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An ultrawide curved monitor has an extra wide, curved screen. Because a curved screen bends around your field of vision, you don't have to turn your head as much. In addition, with a non-curved ultrawide monitor you sometimes have trouble seeing the extreme corners of the screen. Especially when your monitor has a small viewing angle or when light falls on the screen. You don't have this with a curved screen. This is useful during gaming, where most of the action takes place in the center of the screen, but you want to be alert on the sides. Ultrawide also offers a lot of extra screen space. This way, you work more efficiently in multiple documents or spreadsheets at the same time, because you open multiple windows. With a 21:9 Ultrawide monitor, you have 1.5 times as much screen space as 16:9 and with 32:9 you have twice as much screen space as 16:9. Make sure you have a high resolution such as QHD or 4K, otherwise the image will be blurry.

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Ultrawide curved monitors

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An ultrawide curved monitor has an extra wide, curved screen. Because a curved screen bends around your field of vision, you don't have to turn your head as much. In addition, with a non-curved ultrawide monitor you sometimes have trouble seeing the extreme corners of the screen. Especially when your monitor has a small viewing angle or when light falls on the screen. You don't have this with a curved screen. This is useful during gaming, where most of the action takes place in the center of the screen, but you want to be alert on the sides. Ultrawide also offers a lot of extra screen space. This way, you work more efficiently in multiple documents or spreadsheets at the same time, because you open multiple windows. With a 21:9 Ultrawide monitor, you have 1.5 times as much screen space as 16:9 and with 32:9 you have twice as much screen space as 16:9. Make sure you have a high resolution such as QHD or 4K, otherwise the image will be blurry.

Second Chance in new condition | 49 inches | Full HD (1080p) | Refresh rate 144 Hz
Purchase price 849,- 729,-
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Second Chance in new condition | 34 inches | Quad HD (1440p) | Refresh rate 144 Hz
Purchase price 782,- 673,-
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Second Chance in new condition | 34 inches | Quad HD (1440p) | Refresh rate 100 Hz
Purchase price 599,- 516,-
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Second Chance in new condition | 34 inches | Quad HD (1440p) | Refresh rate 60 Hz
Purchase price 923,- 794,-
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Second Chance in new condition | 34 inches | Quad HD (1440p) | Refresh rate 160 Hz
Purchase price 919,- 791,-
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