Build your ideal display

#21

For me : :sunglasses:

  • Size: 27’’
  • Resolution: 1440p
  • Panel type: OLED or IPS
  • Refresh rate: >= 120Hz
  • Bezel size: As small as possible
  • Curved: No
  • Touch: No
  • Interface: DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.1, Thunderbolt 3
  • Embedded component: Vesa mount, Height-adjustable stand with vertical standing, Gsync or Freesync2 with Nvidia compatibility, Hub with Thunderbolt 3 and USB-3.1 type A (2 of each)
#22
  • Size: 27
  • Resolution: 1440p
  • Panel type: OLED
  • Refresh rate: 144 hz
  • Bezel size: As thin as possible
  • Curved? No
  • Touch? No
  • Interface: USB-C, DisplayPort, HDMI
  • Embedded component: G-Sync,
#23

Size: 24"
Resolution: 1440p

  • Refresh rate: 120-140hz
  • Bezel size: Minimal (for multimonitor setups
  • Curved: No
  • Touch: Yes
  • Interface: HDMI Display port (No Dvi/VGA)
  • Embedded component: Power and Touch via single USB-C on monitor?, Windows hello compatible webcam on Top side pop-up or bottom/top bezel

I notice that while good color accuracy (close to professional) seems to be request of many users (me included) the talk has not specifically ever ventured into numbers/specs about gamuts, dynamic ranges nor how elaborate the calibration menus for the monitor should be.

I suppose windows ink support would be cool (surface pen/wacom bamboo smart) but the thing is… the support is absolute shit and I’ve got about as little faith in Microsoft as I have in a pig not eating a vegetable on the floor.

#24
  • Size: >27"
  • Resolution:3840×1600
  • Panel type: IPS
  • Refresh rate: 144hz
  • Bezel size:<1mm
  • Curved? yep
  • Touch? yes
  • Interface: hdmi,usb hub, displayport
  • Embedded component: usbhub with ethernet and audio
#25
  • Size: 32”
  • Resolution: 5120 x 2880
  • Panel type: OLED, IPS
  • Refresh rate: 100Hz
  • Bezel size: as small as possible
  • Curved?: no
  • Touch?: no
  • Interface: DP, TB3, USB-C, power delivery
  • Embedded component: webcam, good speakers, build in microphone, minimal controls
#26

*Size: 24-27"
*Resolution: 2K
*Panel type: OLED or IPS to reduce cost
*Refresh rate: 120 Hz
*Bezel size: 3 edges at least should have minimal bezels
*Curved? No
*Touch? No touch or add pen support as well
*Interface: USB-C & HDMI
*Embedded component: VESA mount, ambient light detector to adjust the brightness accordingly, matte finish

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#27
  • Size: 40"
  • Resolution: at least 4k
  • Panel type:OLED or IPS
  • Refresh rate: 60hz or more
  • Bezel size: as small as possible
  • Curved: PLEASE
  • Touch: I don`t mind
  • Interface: HDMI
  • Embedded component: VESA mount, Profiles, Stand adjustable
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#28
  • Size: 22-25
  • Resolution: 1080p/1440p
  • Panel type: OLED (or VA, if being more realistic) with matte/semi-matte coating
  • Refresh rate: 120/144Hz Freesync
  • Bezel size: sub-4mm on top and sides. Chin is for electronics, etc.
  • Curved? Yes. ~1000-1500R
  • Touch? No
  • Interface: Don’t mind. HDMI, DP, USB-C?
  • Embedded component: VESA mount, side and bottom-mounted USB ports

Happy to pay $2,000 for this if OLED, a lot less if VA.

#29
  • Size: 27-32
  • Resolution: 1440p
  • Panel type: IPS
  • Refresh rate: 120/144hz Freesync
  • Bezel size: as little as possible on the sides
  • Curved: No
  • Touch: No
  • Interface: DP, HDMI, USB-C
  • Embedded component: not sure it matters
#30
  • Size: 24"
  • Resolution: 4K
  • Panel type: OLED
  • Refresh rate: 120hz
  • Bezel size: 3 sides equal
  • Curved? Doesn’t care
  • Touch? Sure if the delay is not large
  • Interface: USB-C, USB-B, HDMI, Display Port, maybe Thunderbolt 3 and Thunderbolt 2
  • Embedded component: Qi wireless charging, remote control (maybe Google Assistant) e.g. Productivity Mode or Gaming Mode, Webcam, Speakers, Height Adjustable Stand, VESA, G-Sync, HDR, USB hub
#31
  • Size: 30" (if not possible, 32", then 27")
  • Resolution: 1440p
  • Panel type: OLED
  • Refresh rate: 100+hz
  • Bezel size: Lol. Does anyone want bezels? Small as possible, unless required for speakers.
  • Curved.
  • Touch not necessary.
  • Interface: USB-C, DisplayPort, w/ USB hub/USB-PD output in monitor.
  • Embedded component: webcam, microphones, powerful speakers.
#32
  • Size: 21" to 32". Any bigger won’t fit in my office.
  • Resolution: HD or better
  • Panel type: IPS. Nothing else looks good in my opinion. OLED doesn’t make sense in a monitor due to burn-in.
  • Refresh rate: 60Hz or better? I don’t really know/care about this metric, especially for a monitor.
  • Bezel size: 1/4 inch or smaller
  • Curved? Please NO
  • Touch? I don’t care.
  • Interface: HDMI (so I can actually use it with a normal PC) and Thunderbolt (USB-C) so can use it with the V
  • Embedded component: Qi Charging. Maybe a couple USB-A outlets.
#33

If you’ve ever used a curved MONITOR, not a TV, it’s not a gimmick. It’s actually quite nice.

Same with high refresh rate. Once you use 75hz or 144hz, you’ll never go back. It’s dramatically different in feel.

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#34

Agreed.
120Hz display is so so easy on the eyes, it has that buttery feeling.
I didn’t care much about refreshing before but now…
Seeing is believing :wink:
Eve should offer more models.
There is no other way to get most people satisfied.
Options should be:

  1. Touch and no touch.
  2. Curved and flat.
  3. 27” - 34” or more if it’s curved.
    In my opinion, IPS is the way to go.
    And if little hussle, OLED as well. I don’t like it much but hey…
    Rest should be the same for all.
    VESA, ports and so on…
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#35

My issue with curved is that I do a lot of design works that really really needs to have straight lines. I’m unsure about how that translates that on curved display.

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#36

:joy: Are you looking for a TV or computer screen?

#37
  • Size: 27-34 ish
  • Resolution: 4k or more
  • Panel type: IPS (not sure the lifetime of OLEDs are good enough yet)
  • Refresh rate: don’t care
  • Bezel size: very small
  • Curved? No
  • Touch? Not if it’s standing in front of you vertically maybe a smart stand design that can move it as angled a the Eve V would do a great trick for the drawing creative type like for Photoshop.
  • Interface: On mine I have DP, 2x HDMI and I think one TB those are just perfect and the most common ones. Although one HDMI would be enough.
  • Embedded component: pen holder magnet like in the Eve V if touchscreen, OSD, possibility to have split screen between 2 ports for two devices
#38

It’s really interesting to see so many people wanting OLED…
OLED is nice to look at but…
Let’s say that the burn in is no issue anymore and the contrast and sharpness and blacks and colors are beyond anything.
But it’s like looking through the sunglasses all the time.
It’s like having filter on all of the time.
It just isn’t real!
TN panels is BAD.
VA panel has great contrast, sharpness, blacks, colors…
But one has to be in the “sweet spot” dead center all of the time! The viewing angles are really really BAD.
IPS is still the best way to go.

And the ex Sharp IGZO. (still IPS jftrecord)
I am saying all of this out of experience so don’t be mad at me :grimacing:

#39

Idk from my experience, OLED phones generally look better than LCD phones. The iPhone X looks better than any iPhone before it. And there is a good reason why virtually every phone manufacturer switched to OLED. OLED is the future eventually, the question is whether its worth it to switch now.

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#40

Yes I get you, I used OLED smartphone ever since Nokia N9.
And that was in 2011.
Aaand it’s actually AMOLED.

But in a monitor, if you do any work, it will affect the result.
And that result is going to be seen by someone else who doesn’t have OLED for example…
Not to mention photo and video editing.
It would be like your eyes are always on VIVID :grimacing:
I LOVE OLED/AMOLED!!!
But not for work.

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