Ultra wide screen

Justin Swan

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Seriously considering one of these instead of getting a triple screen setup. Supports multiple inputs at the same time and give that double screen width in one unit....any pro's and cons anybody is aware of?

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Justin Swan

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Actually, I think I can see vesa mount holes in this image. :)

Now, how to explain to the wife I might just have to spend £300 :D

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Leemstradamus

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A con for me is the limited physical height. They need to get bigger imho.
 

Justin Swan

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I got the one on offer from OcUK. Very different coming from a 27" 1080p. As Saleem said they are very compact height wise compared to a normal monitor but I'm kind of getting used to it.

Here's a quick mobile phone pic https://www.dropbox.com/s/79vdkm62ufvjpju/IMAG0043.jpg

Looks about what I was execting and considering it would sit out 10 inches behind the steering wheel, I don't want anything too large. I was considering 3 x 22-24" but thought this might be a much easier to set up and run option.
 

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Looks about what I was execting and considering it would sit out 10 inches behind the steering wheel, I don't want anything too large. I was considering 3 x 22-24" but thought this might be a much easier to set up and run option.
It would be a far easier to setup and much easier on your gpu.

2560 x 1080p vs 5760 x 1080p

Their is a video that kunos posted abou tthe new clouds with the lotus 49 at monza 66' that shows the view you would get with that aspect ratio. But I can't seem to find the video anymore.
 

JeffL

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Three of those would be RIGHTEOUS.
 
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