Best UltraWide Monitors

Updated February 2019
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Ultrawide monitors have a resolution of 2560 x 1080, 3440 x 1440, 3840 x 1600, or 3840 x 2160 to support 4K viewing. That means they have a lot more space horizontally than vertically. This is useful for having multiple applications open at the same time, or an immersive gaming experience. Ultrawide monitors generally start at 25” and can get as large as 49”, though most are 34”. Some ultrawide monitors are flat while others are curved. Many these days come with software that allows you to split the screen for better organization. Besides producing a sharp image, an ultrawide monitor should allow adjustment of its height and tilt. Gamers will want to choose a monitor with speedy refresh rates and enough ports for all of their peripherals.

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