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Betauser

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kasakka

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So those of us who have several big monitors on your desk, how do you deal with late night viewing? I feel like all that light would feel uncomfortable considering I prefer to turn on the lights in the evening to comfortably look at my 27" monitor which is set to pretty low brightness.
 

Comixbooks

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Windows Nightlight works but it's not a total solution. For that same reason I don't think OLED monitors would be any better for people trying to get some sleep.
 

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So those of us who have several big monitors on your desk, how do you deal with late night viewing? I feel like all that light would feel uncomfortable considering I prefer to turn on the lights in the evening to comfortably look at my 27" monitor which is set to pretty low brightness.
I have LEDs on the underside of my desk that light up the back area so its not so harsh on my eyes with the contrast from monitors to pitch black void beyond them.
 

Jinto

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Bit of a crazy set up. My firm sent me to Hong Kong for an extended assignment and space is a super premium here so everything is crammed in a corner. I have to work from home quite often so ended up with a bunch of stuff. MBP I use for personal things and to remote into work. The X1 Extreme I bring to work occasionally. The Surface Pro serves as a tablet and also for video conferencing. An old Dell XPS 12.5 is used as a small TV.




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3 of the cheapest possible.
Left and Right are both 4k60hz.
Middle is 1440p165hz

All supported from one super large triple monitor stand I got myself last christmas.

backgrounds switch between every possible pokemon at random roughly every 10 minutes.

That's a mic on an arm hiding behind the leftmost monitor, i bring it closer when i'm actually using it.

Desk was an essentially free craigslist find. Not sure of origin.
 
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Commander Shepard

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New display: Samsung 43" Q60R. It's Sammy's most basic QLED and the image quality is amazing. Sure, it's not 144hz or 120hz, but I think it's the best 40" - 43" 4K TV to use as a monitor. I have it mounted on an arm with the TV resting flat on the desk. Price is down to $499.

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New display: Samsung 43" Q60R. It's Sammy's most basic QLED and the image quality is amazing. Sure, it's not 144hz or 120hz, but I think it's the best 40" - 43" 4K TV to use as a monitor. I have it mounted on an arm with the TV resting flat on the desk. Price is down to $499.

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I picked one up about a month ago and I freaking love it
 

rentay

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Just finished setting everything up
 

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OBWANDO

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That is quite the setup. I am guessing you sit quite a ways back as that display setup is about the same vertical height as a 65" tv?
I sit roughly 3 feet from the screens, which I think is about the normal distance, but then again, I'm used to it.
 

4saken

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Just got this in today. 3rd Alienware 1900R. Because when the wife says yes, why not? Go ahead and judge my wires on the bottom. It's in progress with the new desk/table. Just wanted to get it up as quick as possible.

Where does one find 10320x1440p wallpapers too!?

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