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We chose the best curved monitors on the market

Whether playing, working or watching a movie, curved monitors take the experience of visualization to another level

Curved monitors, such as curved TVs, boast a multimedia experience with greater immersion than flat panels. According to our tests, it goes by tastes: there are users who do feel more involved by the image and sound, while others do not find a substantial difference.

The best thing is to try the curved monitors and decide after a few hours of use. If in the end you decide to buy one of them, here are the best models of today …

Acer Predator Z271T: Follow your look

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With an ergonomic height and tilt adjustment, its 27-inch screen features a curvature of 1800R and Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels). It also incorporates NVIDIA G-SYNC, which eliminates screen “tearing” and minimizes flicker, and a high refresh rate (144 Hz) for a more fluid and lag-free gaming experience. And as a star feature, it has the innovative Tobii eye-tracking technology, capable of tracking eyes.

Samsung CFG70 and CF791: With quantum dot technology

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Designed to offer an immersive and realistic gaming experience, the monitors of the CFG70 series (in 24 and 27 inches) and CF791 (of 34 inches) integrate the acclaimed quantum dot technology, already present in some of the company’s televisions. All of them, in addition, are able to offer brilliant colors through 125% of sRGB spectrum.

The CFG70 series features an 1800R curvature with interactive LED sound light and a refresh rate of up to 144 Hz, while CF791 monitors combine a 1500R curvature (radius of curvature of 1,500 mm) with a refresh rate of 100 Hz and an ultra-wide aspect ratio (21:9).

HP Envy Curved 34c: DTS Sound

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To fully enjoy your multimedia content, this 34-inch screen (3440 x 1440 pixels) provides very wide Wide QHD images, as well as surround sound with deeper bass and higher treble thanks to DTS Audio technology sent through 6 watt front projected speakers folded. It also highlights its wide connectivity, since it has multiple ports: 2 x HDMI, DisplayPort and MHL (Mobile High Definition Link).

LG 34UC97: Wide connectivity

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This 21: 9 widescreen monitor facilitates multitasking and features a curved IPS display with a resolution of 3440 x 1440 pixels for an immersive experience and a high level of detail and precision. Apart from the HDMI, USB 3.0 and DisplayPort ports, there are two Thunderbolt 2 ports for you to connect directly with your PC, Mac or with the Pegasus2 storage system, transmitting data four times faster than with USB 3.0. In addition, it guarantees a high quality sound thanks to MAXXAUDIO and its stereo speaker 7 w.

Philips LCD Curved UltraWide BDM3490UC: Subtle surround effect

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Especially suitable for split-view or resolution settings such as games, graphic design and professional applications, the ultra-narrow edge of this 34-inch monitor gives you the feeling of being in front of a large screen.

In addition, it offers ultra-panoramic CrystalClear images with Quad HD resolution (3440 x 1440 pixels) and more than 99% standard sRGB color coverage. It also highlights the IPS technology, which provides extra wide viewing angles of 172/178 degrees, which makes it possible to see the screen from almost any angle.

Dell UltraSharp 34 U3417W: No flicker

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The curvature of the screen improves the field of vision with a virtually uniform focus, while the WQHD resolution of 3440 x 1440 offers striking clarity. On the other hand, ComfortView technology reduces flicker to optimize sight comfort.

In addition, this 34-inch (21:9) monitor allows you to organize the screen through the Dell Easy Arrange distribution applications and the functions of image on image (Picture-in-Picture) and image by image (Picture-by-Picture), in a way that facilitates multitasking.

AOC C3583FQ: Special for video games

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With a radius of 2,000 mm, it is more curved than other monitors in its class, providing an extraordinarily high level of immersion for players. It provides a refresh rate of 160 Hz, a contrast of 2000:1 and a response time of 4 Ms.

It also includes Adaptative-Sync technology (compatible with FreeSync), offers a Wide Full HD resolution (2560 x 1080 pixels) and has a viewing angle of 178°. It also has two HDMI ports (MHL) and two DisplayPort inputs.

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