Best 40 Inch Monitors

Best 40 Inch Monitors – In this article we had look at some of the best 40 inch 4k monitors out there.

It goes without saying that the displays in this category are fairly expensive. Fortunately, there most certainly are some extraordinary deals worth every penny.

A monitor of this size only makes sense if you are going to multi task, have multiple systems connected at once, or play games/watch movies from a distance.

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1.LG Electronics

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LG is a great company, very very challenging in the sense that you are not getting used to only a workplace but to a foreign difficult culture, difficult because perfection is not only expected, is a must, and sometimes we are not wired that way, but overtime you exceed your own expectations and you become more and more responsible and you overcome your own limitations.

Being part of a growing line (HVAC) has been not only my expertise but also a great journey, kind of like when you have a small seed and get to see it grow from scratch with great roots towards something much bigger

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2.ASUS Designo Curve MX38VC

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This isn’t actually the first time a 38-inch 21:9 monitor with a 3,840 by 1,600 pixel native resolution has hit the market. LG has that honor with the 38UC99 which debuted in 2016 but didn’t become widely available until 2017. But 38-inch 21:9 monitors like this remain both unusual and relatively exotic.

Indeed, a little like the LG competition, the Asus Designo Curve MX38VC has taken a while to hit the market. Asus first showed the MX38VC off in summer 2017. Perhaps because of that delay, the MX38VC lacks some features that have since become more common at the high end, including high refresh rates and HDR support.

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3.SAMSUNG CJ89

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The Samsung CJ89 is a type of monitor that’s only been able to exist for a short amount of time. Widescreen panels are no longer as prohibitively expensive as they once were. Vertical Alignment (VA) panels aren’t as pricey as they used to be, and the technology has overcome many of its previous limitations.

Even the cost associated with curved panels are getting low. The CJ89 marks the point at which people can get a fairly impressive ultrawide panel from a mainstream brand without huge cost.

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4.Philips BDM4350UC

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As designs go, the BDM4350UC doesn’t break any molds or challenge any expectations. It’s a 43-inch IPS panel – with a 1cm border on three sides and a marginally thicker bezel on the bottom – that most people will immediately assume is a TV.

With such a large screen and a weight of nearly 10kg to contend with, in terms of a stand, the designers went with two wide spaced aluminum feet that screw to the underside.

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5.AOC U2790VQ

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When it comes to the all important specs the max screen resolution is 3840 x 2160 pixels, and the response time is 5 ms..  This gaming monitor weighs 11.35 lbs – important to know if you’re taking it to live events or college. The color of this monitor is Black.

PCGameBenchmark ratings are built up from the scores of the Amazon community, to show the most important aspects of a PC gaming monitor. We merge those scores to create a percentage rating. On value for money this monitor scored a 4.8/5, brightness 4.4/5, picture quality 4.4/5, for gaming 4.0/5, screen quality 4.0/5 and on durability 3.9/5. That makes an aggregate score of 85%.

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Best 40 Inch Monitors – 40-inch 4K monitors are among the best deals on the market today. Some manufacturers create 40 inch monitors with a traditional 16: 9 format. Others offer ultra-wide models with a wider aspect ratio.

It doesn’t matter which of these options you prefer. This type of monitor will provide you with plenty of space for multitasking as well as an impressive performance.

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