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Re-setting up the Home Office Equipment

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  • Jul 25th, 2021 1:57 pm
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Re-setting up the Home Office Equipment

Going back to the office in September ... need to take the work Samsung 22" 226BW back as it is their equipment.

I currently have the Samsung 226BW placed on the right side of the work Laptop (runs on VGA) and my own Acer 23.8" FHD 75Hz 4ms GTG IPS LED FreeSync Gaming Monitor (SA240Y) - Black on the left side of the work Laptop.

I have been so used to working with 2 monitors aside from the laptop ... should I get another 24" or should I move up to a 32" TV mounted on wall angled down for working on spreadsheets?
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Just get another 24" or get a proper 4K monitor.

32 inch tv is going to be horrible experience
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Dot pitch on a TV makes it not really usable as a monitor.
Obviously it works, but you get a better reading quality on a monitor vs a TV.
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32" QHD monitors go on sale so often. The dot pitch is a definitely a thing. Though I wonder if a 4K 32" TV would still have that screendoor issue
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