I too have that problem. I have to do some major desk clearing and rearranging of stuff on my desk, to have space for a 2nd monitor.Thanks for the responses. A second monitor would be really crowded that's why I'm thinking a little bigger. And I could mount my current HPZR2440w on the wall for menus, etc.
Correct. The BenQ is 10-bit and cheaper....; it's 8-bit + A-FRC dithering,
Yep. Am looking at a GTX1650. My old MB just died and I replaced it with a 570 chipset board from ASUS. Everything plugged right in but my old video card while it still works with this monitor is getting over the hill. Seemed like a good time to start shopping around.So bottom line, you may need to check if your graphics card can handle the larger monitor.
In the past I did this, using remote X windows (the Linux equivalent of remote desktop). But the security rules for the work system prevents doing remote X windows. And the last I checked, sound also didn't come through.If I had 2 computers that I needed to connect to 2 monitors, I would try to run one of the computers as a remote desktop!
Then you don't have any switching issues.
You should even be able to use both monitors on both computers as remote desktop.
(NX NoMachine might be something to look into!)
And sometimes people has to have 4k resolution to be able to see the 4k videos they take at full resolution!I have been using two monitors for years. My current setup is a iMac 21.5" and somewhat matching 21.5" Benq that I have wall mounted so I can swing it to the angle I need at the time.
Neither of these screens are 4K and that doesn't bother me for my uses. I think sometime people place too much emphasis on the need for 4K resolution.