Many people have undertaken several monitor setups, but many less have undertaken an UltraWide monitor. It is getting more and more popular. It is looking better and coming with great specs. Having more than a monitor will almost make you more productive. At this time, we will learn it deeper and how it differs from dual-monitor setup. It will be very nice information when you are deciding which one better.
What is an UltraWide monitor?
For knowing it, you should know about the aspect ratio. It is basically the ratio among the height and width of the monitor (in pixels). For instance, the ratio 16:9 means that every 16 pixels in width, you will get 9 pixels in height. Aspect ratio is also known as the Widescreen aspect ratio. UltraWide is a monitor with aspect ratio of 21:9. The most familiar resolutions are 3440×1440 and 2560×1080. There are various size options. Usually, it is 29” to 34”.
An Ultrawide monitor has plus point that it does not have 2 bezels that will interrupt the flow. It will provide you a flawless gaming and working experience. It also does not need to put diverse connectors for different display and graphic card. You can plug one in DisplayPort. You do not require investing in 2-3 cards to receive necessary input option, except you play AAA game with ultra high graphic setting.
You can also play your games with an UltraWide to give you wider view that can enhance the gaming experience. Most of games support 21:9 aspect ratios, so you do not need to worry about that. There are several different manufacturers that make UltraWide. Each manufacture has different models. You will find Dell, Acer, ASUS, LG, Samsung, AOC, and the others. With many different options, you should carefully choose the best one.