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  1. The HP Z38c curved monitor excels when it comes to improving workflows and productivity, offering a ton of real estate with its 37.5-inch screen; users can easily fit two windows (along with a few other smaller ones) on the screen. Though the display does take up a relatively large footprint, it does eliminate the need for two monitors, which undoubtedly takes up more space than one Z38c. HP’s monitor is also beautifully designed, offers a range of different mounting options and features a bright Ultra-Wide Quad High Definition 4K (3840x1600) resolution. This display quality and size comes a costly price point, however, as it starts at roughly $1,200. HP Z38c Curved Display Review
  2. The Dell UltraSharp 34 Curved Monitor was launched in September of this year, about a year after Dell's first curved panel, the U3415W. New in the 34" panel this time around is an updated body design and a touch more curvature. The panel is squarely targeted at business users or other multitaskers wanting to get the most out of a single panel, rather than managing multiples on their desk, and aims to improve the life of professionals who need a significant amount of display real estate to do their jobs. Dell UltraSharp 34 Curved Monitor Review (U3417W)