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Curved has a place, only a single one, I reckon, and that's 21:9 in a desktop setting at a larger diagonal (>30 inch).

I can genuinely say its an advantage there. I've also sat in front of larger curved TV's but that was utter crap.
I think curves get a bad rep because the 'sweet spot' is completely dependent on a proper viewing distance, in order to ensure equal distance from your face across the entirety of the screen. If you sit too far away, the edges are closer than the middle and vice-versa which surely will cause odd distortions. I don't know how many people are actually looking at them correctly before making judgements. I too have a curved ultrawide, and I'll never go back to flat screens.

With TV's I think the issue of 'sweet spot' is a far bigger problem. TV's must be placed in a general living environment, couches and chairs placed in accordance to the room layout etc. It's very hard to have the perfect viewing distance, centered to the screen, to get the same sweet spot in something other than a purpose built home theater (or a man cave). Monitors on the other hand can be shifted forwards/backwards on the desk to get it correctly distanced for a given panel size/curve radius. I feel like curved TV's were quickly relegated to the gimmick category because they are actually more harmful than good in a majority of general living rooms, but curved monitors on the other hand -when properly set up- are a big advantage just as you said.

Agreed. People forget that flat images suffer projection distortion and a curved image is actually less "wrong"

Very true, my curved screen was instantly comfortable and natural to look at on day one. Now that I have used it daily for quite a while, sometimes sitting in front of larger flat panels actually have a 'convex' illusion to them.
 
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I think curves get a bad rep because the 'sweet spot' is completely dependent on a proper viewing distance, in order to ensure equal distance from your face across the entirety of the screen. If you sit too far away, the edges are closer than the middle and vice-versa which surely will cause odd distortions. I don't know how many people are actually looking at them correctly before making judgements. I too have a curved ultrawide, and I'll never go back to flat screens.

With TV's I think the issue of 'sweet spot' is a far bigger problem. TV's must be placed in a general living environment, couches and chairs placed in accordance to the room layout etc. It's very hard to have the perfect viewing distance, centered to the screen, to get the same sweet spot in something other than a purpose built home theater (or a man cave). Monitors on the other hand can be shifted forwards/backwards on the desk to get it correctly distanced for a given panel size/curve radius. I feel like curved TV's were quickly relegated to the gimmick category because they are actually more harmful than good in a majority of general living rooms, but curved monitors on the other hand -when properly set up- are a big advantage just as you said.



Very true, my curved screen was instantly comfortable and natural to look at on day one. Now that I have used it daily for quite a while, sometimes sitting in front of larger flat panels actually have a 'convex' illusion to them.

That sweet spot is like a stereo setup has a sweet spot. You notice that stuff sitting in front of it, and you naturally tend to adjust to ideal position.

That is why screen diagonal is so so important when buying a monitor.

It took me about a week to get fully adjusted to it really.
 
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why always curved screen for LCD monitor 34 inch 3440x1400 on pc gaming, not new flat screen 34 inch 3440x1400.... ??

because flat ultra widescreen its much much better from any angle......
 
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why always curved screen for LCD monitor 34 inch 3440x1400 on pc gaming, not new flat screen 34 inch 3440x1400.... ??

because flat ultra widescreen its much much better from any angle......
Because once you go past 32 inches a curved screen is better.

The only flat 34 inch ultrawide I see on the market is the Gigabyte G34WQC
 
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Still talking about curved displays in 2022. Cannot believe that.
For many buyers or people its a sexy thing and looks good! Curves always had! Nothing to do with tech and periodic innovations. Very much like my blond girlfriend who barely graduated high school, but her curves and the way she walks everyone sees and wants!
 
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I always love their monitor design.
Time to upgrade from my 34UC99? Still concern about the burn-in, I may want to wait for long-term reviews.

why always curved screen for LCD monitor 34 inch 3440x1400 on pc gaming, not new flat screen 34 inch 3440x1400.... ??

because flat ultra widescreen its much much better from any angle......
Thing that looks better in your eyes doesn't mean it looks good for everyone else. It's called personal tastes.

For 34" I prefer curved to flat all the way.

This product is just not for you then, Acer and LG has some flat 34" monitors too you know.

For many buyers or people its a sexy thing and looks good! Curves always had! Nothing to do with tech and periodic innovations.
Curved monitors are indeed sexy looking!! But not too much curve for me (1800R max is the best, 1900R is ideal)

Some people fail to understand the concept of personal preferences/tastes.
 
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Why is HDMI 2.1 so goddamned hard to add to displays? When you're paying for a premium display like this, why *wouldn't* you put 2.1 ports on it?

Well at least they did not bullshit it and say 2.1, i bet some are.

Monitors definitely have poorer support.

48" is definitely too big for a desk. But that being said now that I have it wall mounted and the desk pulled back from the wall 5 inches. I'm afraid to go back to 32" :/ the immersion in games is awesome and sitting back further from the monitor has actually made my headaches from too much staring/coding go away-- bit of an unexpected side effect.

Not sure about other LG monitors but they do updates for mine every so often, and the updates are done though the USB-c connector.
 
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As many people fail to understand tech. And they buy curved displays.
I bought curved ultrawide display because I like the aesthetic, and the curve works better for my viewing experience.
It doesn't have anything to do with understanding tech. You seem to be missing the entire point here.

As I said, if you hate curved display, you are free to buy any flat display.. it's your personal preferences, no need to attack anyone with different opinion.
 
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I bought curved ultrawide display because I like the aesthetic, and the curve works better for my viewing experience.
It doesn't have anything to do with understanding tech. You seem to be missing the entire point here.

As I said, if you hate curved display, you are free to buy any flat display.. it's your personal preferences, no need to attack anyone with different opinion.
Just buy whatever you want to, of course it's your money. But you're not choosing between 2 alternatives: there's a correct option and a wrong option, technically wrong option.
As long as you're aware of this, we're fine. I don't want this thread to be misleading.
 
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Just buy whatever you want to, of course it's your money. But you're not choosing between 2 alternatives: there's a correct option and a wrong option, technically wrong option.
As long as you're aware of this, we're fine. I don't want this thread to be misleading.
So you're implying that curved displays are not alternatives, but they are technically wrong options compared to flat displays and you want me to be aware of my wrong choice?
Hmmm...I'm not sure about that. Been using ultrawide curved monitor for everyday for years now, and I never find anything technically wrong with it. Although I'm very very aware that buying curved display was the correct decision I made.

You're already misleading. Flat or curved displays are not technically right or wrong options. They are both technically right options, either which one works best for the user. It's as simple as that. There are tons of flat vs curved display discussions/articles if you Google, you'll understand what I mean if you read them.

As many people fail to understand tech.
Are you describing yourself here?

Well, in the end it's up to you if you want to call curved display a "technically wrong" option, I just hope you don't mislead other people who want to get recommendation in buying monitor.

Have a nice day.
 
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yeah, well, i prefer to choose lcd monitor ultra wide screen with pure flat 1440p 144hz, its better than curved ultra wide screen, because with ultra wide screen, that monitor it is only looking good for viewing by 1 people only.....
 
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yeah, well, i prefer to choose lcd monitor ultra wide screen with pure flat 1440p 144hz, its better than curved ultra wide screen, because with ultra wide screen, that monitor it is only looking good for viewing by 1 people only.....
That's how most pc users do it. When I need multiple people viewing a screen I use the TV and couch for that.
 
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