So I am ready to finally make the leap to a triple monitor setup. Shopping for monitors is a horrible experience these days because there is about 9 million options.
I am thinking about going with either 3 24" or 3 27" Monitors. They must be VESA compliant.
I currently use them for mostly business purposes but I do use Illustrator on a daily basis for basic graphic design
My biggest questions is about curved monitors. Does anyone have any experience working with a trip curved Monitor setup?
The price is negligible at this point in time on curved vs flat.
Are there any drawbacks to the curved monitor setup in this application?
Any advice or comments would be much appreciated
PS I am currently looking at the following
Samsung CF390 24" Samsung CF398 27" Samsung CF391 32" (Is this just too big?)
My other concern is that all the max resolutions are 1920x1080 on these monitors. I am also not stuck on samsung.
Thanks for the comments so far.
Graphic design would be considered more casual.
Bezel Gap is not a big deal for me. In fact I prefer the break between the screens to help separate the applications (That being said I have never used a minimal bezel monitor)
I do not play games or use any graphically intensive applications. Illustrator would be the most intense of the applications on the GPU (and that is not much)
My budget is open but I am trying to stay around or under 1000$ for the 3 monitors. (Have to have money for the mount)
I really am not sure I am ready to make the leap to a single or double ultrawide. I feel like with my current work load that the 3 screens will be a better fit.
Cfinley: I am only about 24" away from the monitors so I am really starting to lean away from the 32" option.
Are there other options in the 24-27" range on curved monitors other than samsung?