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27 inch vs 24 inch curve 1080p?

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No, in my opinion, at 1080p, the biggest I would personally ever go with is 24". At 27", the pixel density is just way too low. 1440p at 27" is good tho.


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Just now, Mihle said:

No, in my opinion, at 1080p, the biggest I would personally ever go with is 24". At 27", the pixel density is just way too low. 1440p at 27" is good tho.

yeah for flatscreen but some says curve is different dunno if thats true though since i dont own but planning to get one 

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7 minutes ago, balmung11 said:

yeah for flatscreen but some says curve is different dunno if thats true though since i dont own but planning to get one 

Pixel density does not change if it's curved. Curved is only for some immersion and it limits stuff like colour shift from viewing angle.

 

And btw, if you wonder, I have seen a 27" 1080p curved irl, my dad got one and even him said he sort of regret it.


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1 minute ago, Mihle said:

Pixel density does not change if it's curved. Curved is only for some immersion and it limits stuff like colour shift from viewing angle.

 

And btw, if you wonder, I have seen a 27" 1080p curved irl, my dad got one and even him said he sort of regret it.

i see thx for the input coz some guys on my end recommending me a 27 inch curve instead of 24 since they said its a ton better on curve monitors

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I have used them all.

 

27" curved looks better than 24" curved because larger size allow "curved" to looks more immersive. meanwhile 24" curved doesn't look much different from 24" flat.

 

For pixel density. 27" 1080p is fine if you sit far away enough. (60 cm or more) but if you stare close, text will looks a bit pixelated.

 

so, If you have a small desk and gonna place monitor close to your body, then get 24". but if you have a large desk, then go for 27"

 

 


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Most of the time it's completely subjective, if the only thing that is different is the size and the curvature. It will also depend on your table size, as well as your distance away from your monitor.

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