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UltraWide or dual setup – Is one monitor better than two?

 

Sometimes the display feels too small, the bezels too invasive, and you’re way too tired of shifting through piles of open documents. Why can’t everything you need be in full display and always ready for use, instead of having to dive into a sea of windows while running the risk of tapping on the wrong icon? Want to know how to maximise desk space yet enjoy more screen real estate?

UltraWide Monitor

UltraWide monitors have a screen ration of 21:9 or 32:9, which is a third more than a standard display (16:9).

Dual Monitor

The second option is a dual monitor set-up composed of two displays that, operating from a single computer, double the typical screen size.

The following products are ideal for your dual monitor set-up:

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        Discover the power of USB-C—ultra-practical connectivity for modern professionals.

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