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Astropin
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Jul 31, 2018
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what the heck are the dimensions???
Jul 31, 2018
shadowkreep
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Aug 1, 2018
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What dimensions are you looking for? I can check when i get home from work.
Aug 1, 2018
Astropin
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Aug 1, 2018
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Mostly the width. Just crazy to me they don't list them in the specs. I have limited width to work with...about 33" max.
Aug 1, 2018
shadowkreep
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Aug 1, 2018
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well the diagonal size is 35" and the bezel is like a half inch. If you have 33" to work with, you should be fine.
Aug 1, 2018
shadowkreep
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Aug 1, 2018
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it is exactly 33"
Aug 1, 2018
rachL
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Aug 15, 2018
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I know this is late, but if you're still looking for a monitor, remember that the diagonal line from one point to another on a rectangle is always longer than the width and height of that rectangle. x^2+y^2=r^2. And 35cos(arctan(1440/3440)) = 32.29. That's the width of the screen without curvature. Curvature should decrease the physical width, but the bezel will add to the width. If it's half an inch like shadowkreep says, assuming equal width bezel all around, width of vertical bezel is 0.5. 1/((1/0.5)cos(arctan(1440/3440)) = 0.5420. Add 2*0.5420 to 35 equaling 36.084, the actual diagonal length of the monitor (flattened) . Redo the width so 36.084cos(arctan(1440/3440)) = 33.285. That's the total width of the monitor flattened out. But since this is a curved monitor, the actual width will be less. You could calculate that but I'm not going to. I just did this because I had my wisdom teeth pulled and I'm bored. :p
Aug 15, 2018
Astropin
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Aug 15, 2018
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I ended up getting an LG 34" 1440/3440 ...just to be on the safe side. So far I love it but it you have the room this 35" looks like a great deal.
Aug 15, 2018
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