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Dell has the Dell 27" Curved Monitor (SE2716H)  on sale for $189.99 with free shipping.


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  • 27" (1920 x 1080) Curved Widescreen LED Screen
  • 60Hz
  • 6ms (gray to gray) FAST Mode
  • 300 cd/m2 (typical)
  • 3000: 1 (typical), Dynamic Contrast Ratio : 8 Million:1
  • 18.02" x 24.27" x 6.94" (w/ stand)



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Rated 4.1/5 stars with 88 customer reviews on Amazon.

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The monitor has a slight curve to it, which isn't too noticeable, but it does help. I've never had a curved screen, I never thought I needed one.Personally for a computer it's perfect.

torresfija said:   The monitor has a slight curve to it, which isn't too noticeable, but it does help. I've never had a curved screen, I never thought I needed one.Personally for a computer it's perfect.
  
Do you think this can replace 2x 24" screens?

Xnarg1 said:   
torresfija said:   The monitor has a slight curve to it, which isn't too noticeable, but it does help. I've never had a curved screen, I never thought I needed one.Personally for a computer it's perfect.
  
Do you think this can replace 2x 24" screens?

  
Not at that resolution (assuming your current 24" is minimum 1920x1080 resolution). You will need a 27" minimum resolution width of 2560 (but it still doesn't completely cover two 24"s on width, this will cover 2/3 of it). To replace 2 24" completely with one monitor based on pixel width I recommend a 32" 3840x2160 (aka 4K resolution) of which you will have 4 times the desktop space than a traditional 1920x1080 monitor. (Never go with a 27" 4K display, it's too small for work/production.)

Xnarg1 said:   
torresfija said:   The monitor has a slight curve to it, which isn't too noticeable, but it does help. I've never had a curved screen, I never thought I needed one.Personally for a computer it's perfect.
  
Do you think this can replace 2x 24" screens?

  It a standard 1080p monitor, not a 4K monitor.

Even if it was 4K, imagine squeezing all the info on two 24" screens onto a 27" screen? You'd need a magnifying glass to read it.



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