Which tv/monitor technology is better .
is it OLED, QLED, MiniLED, MicroLED, or QD-OLED?
do these monitors have ghosting, screen tearing, or freezing bugs.
Can it be used as computer monitor , because you know ,computer monitors are on for very long time ?I love my Odyssey Neo G9, it's been my favorite IT purchase since possibly the original Apple Cinema Display. Until owning one I was pretty convinced that ultra-wide and curved were niche gimmicks and that my 2x side-by-side 27" 1440p were all I'd ever need. I still have an office with that old setup, every time I'm in there now I can't believe how quaint and backwards it feels.
That said I agree it is presently pretty expensive for people who don't spend all day and many nights on their computer, so I don't go out of my way to recommend it to most people. I hope the form factor becomes more mainstream in the future.
Yes, it is intended as a computer monitor. It is not an OLED display, if that's what you mean (OLED is the type people worry about leaving static image on for too long, potentially leading to burn in.)Can it be used as computer monitor , because you know ,computer monitors are on for very long time ?
Eh, OLED is already about as good as it's going to get; really most of the limitations are on the processing side rather then the underlying technology.Lack of HDR support has been a big weakness of monitors up until this year. So the new Alienware 34inch is pretty impressive. However, there will be much more choice, better prices and better technology over the next few years so I’m in no hurry. OLED and miniLED price should drop fast and OLED performance should increase fast as LG & Samsung fight for the crown.