It takes a while to get used to, but the ability to see 5 windows at once is really great.
THAT is really cool! I've been using PiP tool (https://github.com/LionelJouin/PiP-Tool) to follow the Tour the France livestream last month while I was programming. You just select any part of the screen you want to follow and it appears in Pip mode.supports picture in picture mode
I've been using a Dell P2415Q for about a year, which seems to be pretty much like your screen. It's really a game changer to have that much screen real estate! (And B4X was actually a driving factor here, it's so good to have B4A open on one side of the screen, and B4i on the other.)It takes a while to get used to, but the ability to see 5 windows at once is really great.
I think LG is working on it now, for itI'm not sure that I can carry with me the 43'' screen but it is an interesting idea to get a small portable screen to go with the laptop.
It is not only practical but also energy efficient.I had three monitors. One connected to a Mac and two connected to a PC. All three were replaced with this one.
A nice thing about this monitor is that it supports picture in picture mode. I can show or hide the Mac screen with a keyboard shortcut.
I'm not sure that there are high DPI monitors at that size. It will need to be 8K+.I like the size but the problem for me would be that the dpi of the screen is 104 which is pretty close to the old Windows standard of 96dpi. I have got used to using two 192dpi screens at 200% scaling which look so much better when editing text that I don't think I could stand going back to lower dpi screens.
True. But I count it as exercise time so it is actually another benefitYou'll end up with half a whiplash from looking left/right like watching a tennis match all day.