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Acer 272HLE-SPK 27′ Full HD LED Monitor 1920×1080 4ms 16:9 16.7M 100M:1 Speakers Tilt VGA DVI Headphone ComfyView ~MNS-K242HYLB-SPK MNS-EH273

$337.95 Inc. GST
Acer 272HLE-SPK 27′ Full HD LED Monitor 1920×1080 4ms 16:9 16.7M 100M:1 Speakers Tilt VGA DVI Headphone ComfyView ~MNS-K242HYLB-SPK MNS-EH273

Acer EH273 27′ 75Hz Full HD LED Monitor 1920×1080 4ms 16:9 16.7M 3000:1 Tilt VESA VGA HDMI ComfyView ZeroFrame ~MNS-K242HYLB-SPK

$362.95 Inc. GST
Acer EH273 27′ 75Hz Full HD LED Monitor 1920×1080 4ms 16:9 16.7M 3000:1 Tilt VESA VGA HDMI ComfyView ZeroFrame ~MNS-K242HYLB-SPK

AOC 15.6′ 1366 x 768 HD Slim Profile 22.9mm, USB 3.0 Mobile Ultra Portable Business Monitor, 16:9, Tilt, Auto Pivot, VESA 75×75, Rear Flip Stand (LS)

$243.95 Inc. GST
AOC 15.6′ 1366 x 768 HD Slim Profile 22.9mm, USB 3.0 Mobile Ultra Portable Business Monitor, 16:9, Tilt, Auto Pivot,

AOC 27′ IPS 1ms 144Hz G-Sync, Free-Sync Compatible. Full HD, Game Mode, 1x VGA, 2x HDMI 1.4, 1x DP 1.4, Height Adjustable Stand.

$477.95 Inc. GST
AOC 27′ IPS 1ms 144Hz G-Sync, Free-Sync Compatible. Full HD, Game Mode, 1x VGA, 2x HDMI 1.4, 1x DP 1.4,

AOC 28′ 4K 3840 x 2160, IPS 4ms, SRGB 119%, 300cd/m2, Height Adjust, Pivot. Frameless, HDR Mode, HDMI 2.0x 2, DP x 1,USB 3.2 Gen Hub, Business Monitor

$599.95 Inc. GST
AOC 28′ 4K 3840 x 2160, IPS 4ms, SRGB 119%, 300cd/m2, Height Adjust, Pivot. Frameless, HDR Mode, HDMI 2.0x 2,

AOC 31.5′ Curved 2K 2560×1440, 1ms, 155Hz, FreeSync Premium, Ultra Narrow, DP, 2x HDMI, VGA Tilt VESA100mm, HDR Low Blue, Flicker Free, Gaming Monitor

$613.95 Inc. GST
AOC 31.5′ Curved 2K 2560×1440, 1ms, 155Hz, FreeSync Premium, Ultra Narrow, DP, 2x HDMI, VGA Tilt VESA100mm, HDR Low Blue,

AOC H241 75/100mm 4-Way Height Adjustable Stand – 2.7-3.7kg – To Replace HA22

$60.95 Inc. GST
AOC H241 75/100mm 4-Way Height Adjustable Stand – 2.7-3.7kg – To Replace HA22

AOC H271 75/100mm 4-Way Height Adjustable Stand – 3.8-4.8kg

$64.95 Inc. GST
AOC H271 75/100mm 4-Way Height Adjustable Stand – 3.8-4.8kg

ASUS PB278QR 27′ Professional Monitor -2K WQHD (2560×1440), IPS, 100% sRGB, Flicker free, Low Blue Light

$627.95 Inc. GST
ASUS PB278QR 27′ Professional Monitor -2K WQHD (2560×1440), IPS, 100% sRGB, Flicker free, Low Blue Light

ASUS VG27AQGL1A 27′ Gaming Monitor GUNDAM-ZAKU II Special Edition WQHD (2560×1440), IPS,170Hz, ELMB SYNC, G-sync, 1ms (MPRT), 13

$1,041.95 Inc. GST
ASUS VG27AQGL1A 27′ Gaming Monitor GUNDAM-ZAKU II Special Edition WQHD (2560×1440), IPS,170Hz, ELMB SYNC, G-sync, 1ms (MPRT), 13

ASUS XG279Q 27′ Gaming Monitor IPS 1ms 170Hz 2560×1440 2xHDMI/DP Low Blue Light, G-Sync, GamePlus, Flicker Free, VESA, Aura Sync

ASUS XG279Q 27′ Gaming Monitor IPS 1ms 170Hz 2560×1440 2xHDMI/DP Low Blue Light, G-Sync, GamePlus, Flicker Free, VESA, Aura Sync

ASUS XG32VC 32 ‘ ROG Strix Curved HDR Gaming Monitor WQHD (2560×1440), 1ms, 170Hz, 125% sRGB / DCI-P3 90%, HDMI(v2.0), DisplayPort 1.2, USB Type-C

$1,029.95 Inc. GST
ASUS XG32VC 32 ‘ ROG Strix Curved HDR Gaming Monitor WQHD (2560×1440), 1ms, 170Hz, 125% sRGB / DCI-P3 90%, HDMI(v2.0),

Brateck 106” Green Screen Backdrop Tripod Stand Viewing Size(WxH):180×200cm

$202.95 Inc. GST
Brateck 106” Green Screen Backdrop Tripod Stand Viewing Size(WxH):180×200cm

Brateck 65′ (1.45m x 0.81m) Tripod Portable Projector Screen (16:9 ratio) Black

$139.95 Inc. GST
Brateck 65′ (1.45m x 0.81m) Tripod Portable Projector Screen (16:9 ratio) Black

Brateck 92” Green Screen Backdrop Tripod Stand Viewing Size(WxH):150×180cm

$168.95 Inc. GST
Brateck 92” Green Screen Backdrop Tripod Stand Viewing Size(WxH):150×180cm

Brateck 92” Wall-Mounted Green Screen Backdrop Viewing Size(WxH):150×180cm

$153.95 Inc. GST
Brateck 92” Wall-Mounted Green Screen Backdrop Viewing Size(WxH):150×180cm

Brateck Anti-theft Aluminum Flat Projector Mount Fit most Projectors Up to 20 kg (LS)

$47.95 Inc. GST
Brateck Anti-theft Aluminum Flat Projector Mount Fit most Projectors Up to 20 kg (LS)

Brateck Auto-lock Manual Projection Screen-72’’(1.45X1.10M) /(4:3 Ratio)

$103.95 Inc. GST
Brateck Auto-lock Manual Projection Screen-72’’(1.45X1.10M) /(4:3 Ratio)

Brateck Economy 80′ Tripod Projector Screen Black 16:9 ,Screen1.76m(W)x1.00m(H).

$129.95 Inc. GST
Brateck Economy 80′ Tripod Projector Screen Black 16:9 ,Screen1.76m(W)x1.00m(H).

Brateck Manual Projector Screen 2.0×1.5m (4:3 ratio)

$152.95 Inc. GST
Brateck Manual Projector Screen 2.0×1.5m (4:3 ratio)

Brateck Projector Electric Screen 135′ (3Mx1.68M) Electric Screen (16:9 ratio)

$513.95 Inc. GST
Brateck Projector Electric Screen 135′ (3Mx1.68M) Electric Screen (16:9 ratio)

Brateck Projector Standard Auto-lock Manual Projection Screen-108’’ ( 2.40X 1.35M) /(16:9 Ratio)

$183.95 Inc. GST
Brateck Projector Standard Auto-lock Manual Projection Screen-108’’ ( 2.40X 1.35M) /(16:9 Ratio)

Brateck Projector Standard Auto-lock Manual Projection Screen-86’’(1.72X1.3M) /(4:3 ratio)

$135.95 Inc. GST
Brateck Projector Standard Auto-lock Manual Projection Screen-86’’(1.72X1.3M) /(4:3 ratio)

Brateck Standard Electric Projector Screen – 100′ 2.0×1.5m (4:3 ratio) with Remote Control

$348.95 Inc. GST
Brateck Standard Electric Projector Screen – 100′ 2.0×1.5m (4:3 ratio) with Remote Control

Brateck106” Wall-Mounted Green Screen Backdrop Viewing Size(WxH):180×200cm

$183.95 Inc. GST
Brateck106” Wall-Mounted Green Screen Backdrop Viewing Size(WxH):180×200cm

HP E14 14′ FHD IPS Anti-Glare 1920×1080 400nits, Dual USB Type-C/2x USB-C, Includes Sleeve, 3YR WTY Portable Monitor (1B065AA)

$589.95 Inc. GST
HP E14 14′ FHD IPS Anti-Glare 1920×1080 400nits, Dual USB Type-C/2x USB-C, Includes Sleeve, 3YR WTY Portable Monitor (1B065AA)

HP EliteDisplay E27 G4 27′ FHD IPS EYE EASE 1920×1080, DisplayPort, VGA, HDMI, Tilt, Swivel, Pivot, Height, USB, 3 YR WTY MONITOR (9VG71AA)

$626.95 Inc. GST
HP EliteDisplay E27 G4 27′ FHD IPS EYE EASE 1920×1080, DisplayPort, VGA, HDMI, Tilt, Swivel, Pivot, Height, USB, 3 YR

LENOVO ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One G4 23.8′ IPS FHD Touch Monitor – 1920×1080, USB3.0, DP, Height Adjustable, Webcam, Tilt, Swivel, Pivot, VESA,3YR

$778.95 Inc. GST
LENOVO ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One G4 23.8′ IPS FHD Touch Monitor – 1920×1080, USB3.0, DP, Height Adjustable, Webcam, Tilt, Swivel, Pivot, VESA,3YR

LENOVO ThinkVision M14 14′ FHD IPS LED LCD Monitor – 1920×1080, 2x USB-C – Tilt Angle (-5/90) 3YR WTY Portable External Monitor (61DDUAR6AU)

$583.95 Inc. GST
LENOVO ThinkVision M14 14′ FHD IPS LED LCD Monitor – 1920×1080, 2x USB-C – Tilt Angle (-5/90) 3YR WTY Portable

LENOVO ThinkVision T23i-20 23′ FHD IPS WLED Monitor – 1920×1080, VGA, DP, HMDI, Audio, USB3.0 Hub, Height Adjustable, Tilt, Swivel, 3YR

$434.95 Inc. GST
LENOVO ThinkVision T23i-20 23′ FHD IPS WLED Monitor – 1920×1080, VGA, DP, HMDI, Audio, USB3.0 Hub, Height Adjustable, Tilt, Swivel,

LG 23.8′ IPS 5ms Full HD FreeSync Monitor – HDMI/VGA Tilt VESA75mm

$317.95 Inc. GST
LG 23.8′ IPS 5ms Full HD FreeSync Monitor – HDMI/VGA Tilt VESA75mm

LG 27′ IPS 5ms 4K UHD DCI-P3 95% VESA Display HDR 400 AMD FreeSync HDMI/DP (27′ Diagonal) – Replace MNL-27UL600-W

$613.95 Inc. GST
LG 27′ IPS 5ms 4K UHD DCI-P3 95% VESA Display HDR 400 AMD FreeSync HDMI/DP (27′ Diagonal) – Replace MNL-27UL600-W

LG 27′ IPS 5ms 4K UHD, SRGB 98%, FreeSync with HDR 10 (27′ Diagonal) HDMI x2, DP, Headphone out. (LS)

$583.95 Inc. GST
LG 27′ IPS 5ms 4K UHD, SRGB 98%, FreeSync with HDR 10 (27′ Diagonal) HDMI x2, DP, Headphone out. (LS)

LG 27′ IPS 5ms 4K UHD, SRGB 98%, 10bit Panel, Height / Pivot / Tilt Adjustable Stand, FreeSync, 300cd, HDR 10, HDMI x2, DP, VESA 100/100 Headphone

$626.95 Inc. GST
LG 27′ IPS 5ms 4K UHD, SRGB 98%, 10bit Panel, Height / Pivot / Tilt Adjustable Stand, FreeSync, 300cd, HDR

LG 43′ IPS 5ms 60Hz 4K UHD IPS USB-C HDR 10 Monitor, Vesa 100×100 HDMI,DP

LG 43′ IPS 5ms 60Hz 4K UHD IPS USB-C HDR 10 Monitor, Vesa 100×100 HDMI,DP

LG VESA Mount Bracket – VESA 75x75mm or 100x100mm Intel NUC / Brix / Others only suitable for 24BK550Y and 27BK550Y only

$22.95 Inc. GST
LG VESA Mount Bracket – VESA 75x75mm or 100x100mm Intel NUC / Brix / Others only suitable for 24BK550Y and

Samsung S6U 27′ 2K QHD 75Hz FreeSync HDR10 IPS Monitor USB-C LAN 2560×1440 5ms Height Adjust Tilt Swivel Pivot DisplayPort HDMI 3xUSB-A VESA PiP PbP

$742.95 Inc. GST
Samsung S6U 27′ 2K QHD 75Hz FreeSync HDR10 IPS Monitor USB-C LAN 2560×1440 5ms Height Adjust Tilt Swivel Pivot DisplayPort

Samsung S6U 32′ 2K QHD 75Hz FreeSync HDR10 VA Monitor USB-C LAN 2560×1440 5ms Height Adjust Tilt Swivel Pivot DisplayPort HDMI 3xUSB-A VESA PiP PbP

$764.95 Inc. GST
Samsung S6U 32′ 2K QHD 75Hz FreeSync HDR10 VA Monitor USB-C LAN 2560×1440 5ms Height Adjust Tilt Swivel Pivot DisplayPort

Samsung S7 27′ 4K UHD 60Hz HDR10 IPS Monitor 3840×2160 5ms DisplayPort HDMI 3xUSB Tilt Pivot VESA PiP PbP Game Mode Flicker Free ~LC32R500FHEXXY

$620.95 Inc. GST
Samsung S7 27′ 4K UHD 60Hz HDR10 IPS Monitor 3840×2160 5ms DisplayPort HDMI 3xUSB Tilt Pivot VESA PiP PbP Game

Samsung S7 31.5’/32′ 4K UHD 60Hz HDR10 VA panels Monitor 3840×2160 5ms DisplayPort HDMI 3xUSB Tilt Pivot VESA PiP PbP Game Mode ~MNS-LU32J590UQEXXY

$706.95 Inc. GST
Samsung S7 31.5’/32′ 4K UHD 60Hz HDR10 VA panels Monitor 3840×2160 5ms DisplayPort HDMI 3xUSB Tilt Pivot VESA PiP PbP

Samsung T45F 27′ FHD 75Hz FreeSync IPS Monitor 1920×1080 16:9 5ms Height Adjust Tilt Swivel Pivot DP 2xHDMI 2xUSB Hub VESA Game Mode Flicker Free

$477.95 Inc. GST
Samsung T45F 27′ FHD 75Hz FreeSync IPS Monitor 1920×1080 16:9 5ms Height Adjust Tilt Swivel Pivot DP 2xHDMI 2xUSB Hub

Samsung UJ59 31.5’/32′ 4K UHD QLED FreeSync 60Hz Gaming Monitor 3840×2160 4ms 16:9 DP 2xHDMI PBP PIP Game Mode Slim Bezel Flicker Free

$726.95 Inc. GST
Samsung UJ59 31.5’/32′ 4K UHD QLED FreeSync 60Hz Gaming Monitor 3840×2160 4ms 16:9 DP 2xHDMI PBP PIP Game Mode Slim

Monitors & Projectors

What is Projector?

Inside the projector, light is concentrated at a solid angle determined by an optical system with mirrors or lenses. There are ground or telescopic tripod projectors and wall projectors so that the latter can be installed both indoors and outdoors. Outdoor projectors can be used for public lighting (e.g. for a stadium) or residential lighting. Indoor projectors can be used to illuminate dark rooms (such as nightclubs or cinemas), plants, or other things, but the intensity of the light is generally lower than for outdoor use.

DLP, TRI-LCD, LED: Which Technology to Choose? 

Two technologies share the consumer market: DLP (digital light processing) technology and triLCD (liquid crystal display) technology.

DLP projectors and triLCD projectors work differently to create images, but their performance in terms of differences is less significant. DLP models cause visual discomfort and headaches for some users due to the rainbow effect (or AEC). However, this phenomenon is rare and tends to disappear as the colour wheel rotates faster, and ore segments are used (for example, 6 instead of base 3). Therefore, we have to test this technology to know if we are sensitive to this optical phenomenon. Alternative triLCD technology does not create a rainbow effect.

 Video projectors, generally equipped with an ultra-high pressure (UHP) lamp, see their light intensity diminish over time. The lamps are consumables with a lifespan of 2,000 to 6,000 hours in normal operation. To extend its use, it is recommended to use the economy mode, which reduces the light intensity, power consumption and ventilation noise. Some models are equipped with (very expensive) laser or LED lamps that last 10 times longer than conventional UHP lamps (i.e. 30,000 hours). The projector then heats up less, which saves energy and reduces ventilation noise.

Where do you place your video projector? 

Before choosing the model, you must have identified the part in which it will be used. What image size do you want? What is the distance between the screen and the projector? Will they put it up front? Will it be glued to the ceiling? Depending on the design, you choose a classic model, a model with “lens shift”, which allows a distortion-free image change, horizontal keystone correction, a powerful zoom, an ultra-short focal length … The ideal place to place the projector is well ahead of the canvas; otherwise, you will have to choose a model that has certain settings that will increase the score. The Classic models require 10 feet of kickback to get an 8-foot (2.50m) diagonal or 100″ diagonal image when an LED TV rarely exceeds 60″ on the same budget. Ultrashort Throw projectors are positioned 10 to 50 cm from the screen, which means shadows of people moving in the room and noise from ventilation are not embarrassing. On the other hand, the small defects of the projection support stand out. 

To find out if the projector you choose is suitable for your installation, you need to know the basic width of the screen and the projection ratio (or focal length) of the projector. Multiplying the minimum throw ratio by the width of the screen gives you the minimum distance the device should be placed. The maximum projection ratio multiplied by the width of the screen gives the maximum distance between the screen and the projector. If the distance specified in your settings is between these two values, the projector can be adapted to your room.

Which Connection?

Would you like to connect your video projector to a DVD player, a Bluray, a computer, a box, a game console, a touch panel, a USB memory …? The more devices you want to connect, the richer the connection should be. Unless you go through an amp? To avoid multiplying the cables, you can choose a model with WiFi, but the option is expensive. Now all video projectors incorporate at least one HDMI socket.

High Definition and 3D 

For home cinema use, opt for Full HD (1980 × 1080) projectors to enjoy all the details of DVDs and Blurays. The “HD Ready” and lower resolutions have the advantage of being more affordable. Remember that the larger the image, the more pixels will be visible. 

4K projectors are rare and expensive, and not enough content is available to enjoy; Also, based on our review of 4K vs Full HD TVs, users see no real difference between the two. 

3D projectors are common, but glasses are not usually supplied: there must be a supplementary budget to equip compatible pairs.

 

Brightness and Contrast: Thee War of Numbers

Two characteristics should guide you in your choice: brightness and contrast.

Brightness corresponds to the intensity of the light generated by the video projector and is specified in lumens. The larger the projected image and the brighter the room, the brighter the projector needs to be: 1,000 lumens is a minimum, 1,600 or even more than 2,000 lumens provide additional comfort. In real-life conditions, the measured light levels are lower than indicated, so feel free to close the blinds to plunge into the dark and improve the immersion. 

 In contrast, manufacturers are waging a ruthless war over who has the best ratio between the brightness of a lit point and that of an unlit point. If conventional lamp projectors show contrasts between 100,000: 1 and 35,000: 1, the LED models in our test offer contrast ratios of 150,000: 1. Typically, the higher the contrast, the deeper and more detailed the black tones are. Unfortunately, our tests under real operating conditions show a difference between the measured values ​​and the declared values, the latter being carried out with “extreme” settings. Please note that deep blacks can only be achieved in a dark room.

The Noise from Ventilation 

Projectors need a lot of ventilation to keep the UHP lamp cool. The inexpensive model allows noise reduction, which is why sometimes this noise level stands out in products. Manufacturers usually indicate a level of the order of magnitude of 2535 dB, which goes unnoticed. The continuous hum is masked by noise in action scenes but can be annoying in quieter scenes, especially when the projector is close. Ultra-short throw projectors, which are placed directly at the bottom of the screen, keep unpleasant noises as far away as possible.

A Screen or a White Wall? 

In addition to the video projector, projection support is required. A matte white wall can get the job done (there are also certain points). The stretch sheet technique can have folds, and through transparency, we can see the objects on the back. The best is still a truly dedicated canvas and is designed to preserve colours and shine.

Depending on the room, you can choose a roll-up screen (motorized or not), a fixed screen on a frame, a pull-up screen, or a screen on a tripod. The fabric can be micro-perforated to allow sound to pass from the speakers placed behind it. Anyone who opts for a motorized screen will appreciate the presence of a “trigger” output on the video projector: as soon as it is turned on, the screen automatically unfolds.

The size will vary based on room, your setback, and the projector. Having a little mishap doesn’t seem too big to make viewing uncomfortable. The ideal is a kickback equal to 3 times the height of the screen. For the format, 16/9 is recommended for movie screenings and 4/3 or square for office use.

PC Monitor

How to choose your PC screen? – PC monitor buying guide

To properly select your PC game, office, or content editing screen, you need to recognize your needs and understand the various technologies available to you. Before deciding on your PC monitor, determine which features and technologies are right for you. Choose a tile that meets your expectations and find out the right price.

Manufacturers are aware that PC displays are drastically changing the comfort and enjoyment of use. In addition, the possible uses and preferences are diverse. This creates a market full of opportunities. But what are the most useful functions to use? How do you choose the right PC screen? Do you need 8K, 5K, 4K, Quad HD, Full HD, or HD only resolution? How can updated rates and response times influence your purchase decision? More like 16: 9 or ultra-wide? Multi-display configurations are now more common and offer unmatched convenience and productivity.

Is HDR worth it? It is increasingly present, but the quality of HDR playback on PC screens is still limited. Are features like Flicker-Free, Low Blue Light, GSync, and FreeSync really important? And what are your needs if you are focused on gaming, multimedia, office, or business?

Buyer’s Guide – Top Points for Choosing the Right PC Display 

Determine the Primary Use of Your PC Display – Gaming, Professional, Office, or Multimedia

Generally, Gamers Prefer Refresh Rate, Response Times fast and low latency. In contrast, image professionals will prioritize definition and colour reproduction. Finally, general users have less specific needs but often choose an LCD monitor with a VA panel that offers high contrast or IPS. Usage is an essential criterion for choosing the right PC monitor.

The higher the resolution, the better the image quality. 

The resolution of a PC screen indicates how many pixels a monitor has in long x wide format. The minimum you’ll need is 1920 x 1080, also known as 1080p or Full HD (FHD). But you get sharper images with a 2Kor 4K screen.

For gamers, however, a compromise between resolution and refresh rate is generally necessary to select the correct PC monitor. FPS players tend to prefer WQHD (1440p). When 4K 144Hz hits the market, the cost will remain high, whether you’re buying the monitor or its graphics card.

Response time – the lower the number, the better for gamers

This indicates how long it takes for a pixel to go from black to white or from one shade of grey to another (GTG response time ). Long reaction times can make them blur with quick movements. For this reason, it is an important criterion for choosing the right PC gamer screen, especially for competitive games (shooting games, FPS, battle royale and others …). The response times given by the manufacturers for the screens of PC gamers are usually between 1 ms and 5 ms, but this value is not representative. Focus on the value we measure in our tests.

Refresh rate 

This tells you the maximum number of images that your PC screen can display in one second. It is measured in hertz (Hz), so 60 Hz means a maximum of 60 fps. The higher the number, the smoother the image will appear to you. If you are a gamer, the refresh rate is especially important. Therefore, it is preferable to choose a PC monitor with a minimum frequency of 75 Hz.

PC gaming displays today offer a frequency of 144 Hz or more. When you’re not gaming, a 60Hz refresh rate is sufficient. A frequency of at least 144 Hz is recommended for fast and competitive gaming. For the most demanding and competitive gamers, it is possible to reach up to 240 Hz or even 360 Hz.

Panel technologies: TN

TN monitors are also the fastest and cheapest, but the colour reproduction is not strong, and the viewing angles are very limited. IPS displays have consistent good response times. In addition, the IPS benefit from good colour rendering. But monitors with VA panels have better contrast and better peak brightness than IPS displays. However, VA tiles are prone to ghosting in dark tones. These three types of panels are part of LCD technology; today, mini LED backlighting improves contrast and brightness peaks. But the mini LED barely ends up on PC screens, and the prices are still high.

A curved PC screen or not?

Many will tell you that a curved monitor is useless if it measures less than 30 inches. If you’re not sure, give it a try and see if you notice a difference. Otherwise, with a 24-inch or 27-inch screen, you no longer have to spend on it. Starting at 34 inches, the curvature ensures visual comfort and better immersion. On the other hand, the immersion in 49-inch screens and their 1000R curvature is exceptional!