Curved or flat 32" monitor?

I know most banks rock the dual screen (except GS), but for people who use an ultrawide for work or personal use, do you recommend a curved screen instead of a flat screen at around that size? I never really considered how wide the screen actually is at that point.

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Nov 21, 2021 - 9:03pm

IMO for 32in flat is still the move - it only really makes sense to me when you get to the 42in+

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Nov 21, 2021 - 9:28pm

16:9, but I have three together so if you're looking at a single monitor maybe 21:9 would be better (i like the extra height though on the 16:9)

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