is a curved monitor practical for coding? I have a straigt 4k 27" and wonder if curved would not even suck at it or not.
The curve itself is not a problem, it took a day or so to get used to the curve but then it was perfectly natural.
I do prefer dual monitors though because of the additional "monitor real estate". This curved one has a resolution of 3840 x 1600. In the office I have two monitors with a resolution of 2560 x 1440. And that bit of extra horizontal space is great for having multiple files open side by side and a web browser on the second monitor. But that comes down to personal preference I guess.
I know what you mean. Have also been used to 2x24" monitors + a macbook pro screen. But as you said personal preference and getting used to.
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