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Monitors for poor eyesight
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Monitors for poor eyesight

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Try these

Try Dell's new P4317Q multi client monitors. If you can't see the charts on might need glasses (JK of course)

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My eyes some problem also so i use 2x27, which can also suitable for you.

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27" is small. Also wide screen monitors don't pair well unless you go vertically. A large 40"+ 4K TV will give the best results. 4k is only useful on larger resolutions. Another option would be to go with a 30" or 32" monitor. Quality wise 4k TV's are now better than most high end computer monitors. Unless you need multiple displays.. if that's the case maybe 30"+ monitor would be better.

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