Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Ultrawide Monitor: Guide And Tips

What a time to be alive, they said. Yes, of course that saying is right. Today, we are spoiled by hundreds or maybe more technology innovation every year. It does make our lives easier and more enjoyable. One innovation that becomes famous from hardware technology, we have ultrawide monitors.

Being first launched in 2013, ultrawide has been a charm for computer geek, technology worshipper or even just movie lovers at home. Ever since it was launched, there has been increasing demand on it and more and more innovation is made by technology industries.

Things to Consider Before Buying One

Firstly, you need to know your real intention of your buying. Is it to replace your old monitor? Is it for working? What sort of working? And do not forget about your budgeting. When it comes to buy, you have to think about the budget. If you are planning to get the high-end ultrawides, be prepared to spend more than $1000 to $1200.

Secondly, it is the time to choose the right specifications. If you really care about the graphic of your future monitor, you should choose the ones with great contrast ratio, around 730:1 are good or you can get the one with 1000:1. The next is the color gamut and the resolution.

You should consider the refresh rate too, some will have 60-75Hz, and 144Hz. Just depends on your activity with the monitor.

Which One Suits You Best?

In this section, we have choices for you that enjoys gaming and those who do programming. First, for gamers, there are many choices out there, but we feel that Acer Predator Z35 would be the best. With 35 inch of display, it simulates two or maybe three monitor, giving you a lot wider space to go. More importantly, it is a G-Sync monitor that provides you no-tear and smooth gameplay.

Next is the one for programmers. I would recommend Dell’s Ultrasharp U3415W that is so legit. For programmers, you will need the width of the monitor to open some tabs or more at once. And a 34 inch monitor will do best. With great contrast ratio and color gamut, it will spoil your eyes.

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