Curved computer monitors: The Best Curved Monitors for 2023

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  1. Table of Contents
  2. Intro
  3. Best Monitor

    1. Best Work

      1. Best Upper Mid-Range

        1. Best Mid-Range

          1. Best Lower Mid-Range

            1. Best Budget

              1. Notable Mentions
              2. Recent Updates
              3. All Reviews
              4. Discussions

              Updated Jun 09, 2023 at 02:29 pm

              By Nicholas Di Giovanni

              Although not as common as traditional flat monitors, curved monitors are still favorable for some people. Curved monitors help bring the edges of the screen into your field of view, so the image remains consistent even if you’re sitting close. A monitor’s curve is defined by the radius of the curve if it formed a complete circle; a 1000R curve is considered aggressive, whereas 1800R is more moderate. Most curved monitors focus on gaming, and it’s harder to find curved monitors for work or content creation. This is because using a curved monitor for productivity isn’t ideal for everyone, and straight lines will look curved unless you’re already used to curved screens.

              We’ve bought and tested over 275 monitors, and below, you’ll find our picks for the best monitors with a curved screen available for purchase. Also, check out our recommendations for the best curved gaming monitors, the best ultrawide monitors, and the best 34-49 inch monitors.

              1. Best Curved Monitor

                Dell Alienware AW3423DW

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                Mixed Usage

                8.7

                Office

                8.1

                Gaming

                8.7

                Media Consumption

                9. 3

                Media Creation

                9.0

                HDR

                9.3

                Size

                34″

                Pixel Type

                QD-OLED

                Max Refresh Rate

                175 Hz

                Variable Refresh Rate

                Yes

                Native Resolution

                3440 x 1440

                HDR10

                Yes

                Curve Radius

                1800R

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                The best curved monitor that we’ve tested is the Dell Alienware AW3423DW. It’s an excellent overall monitor with a 21:9 aspect ratio and a 1800R curve. Its QD-OLED panel delivers fantastic picture quality as blacks look deep and inky in dark rooms thanks to the near-infinite contrast ratio, and there isn’t any blooming around bright objects either. However, it displays those perfect blacks only in dark rooms, as using it in bright rooms causes the black levels to rise.

                It’s excellent for gaming, as motion looks smooth due to its near-instantaneous response time. It has native G-SYNC support to reduce screen tearing, which is great if you have an NVIDIA graphics card, as you can take full advantage of it. Even if you have an AMD graphics card and don’t need the native G-SYNC support, the Dell Alienware AW3423DWF is a cheaper alternative that performs similarly.

                There are some downsides to monitors that use a QD-OLED panel like this one. They risk permanent burn-in when exposed to the same static elements over time. It won’t be a problem for most gamers, but if it still concerns you, a high-end monitor like the Samsung Odyssey Neo G7 S32BG75 or the Samsung Odyssey Neo G8 S32BG85 can be a good alternative in the same price range. They’re both fantastic gaming monitors that get even brighter than the Dell, but they don’t deliver the same perfect blacks.

                See our review

              2. Best Curved Monitor For Work

                LG 40WP95C-W

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                7.5

                Office

                8.0

                Gaming

                7.2

                Media Consumption

                7.5

                Media Creation

                8.3

                HDR

                6.5

                Size

                40″

                Pixel Type

                IPS

                Max Refresh Rate

                72 Hz

                Variable Refresh Rate

                Yes

                Native Resolution

                5120 x 2160

                HDR10

                Yes

                Curve Radius

                2500R

                See all our test results

                If you don’t need gaming features and need a curved monitor only for work, consider the LG 40WP95C-W, which has a subtle 2500R curve. It isn’t as good to use in dark rooms as the Dell Alienware AW3423DW because it has a worse contrast ratio and worse black uniformity, but instead, it has a bigger 40-inch screen with a 5k2k resolution that results in extremely sharp text. It has many productivity features that make it great for office use, and it comes factory-calibrated, which is important if your work requires accurate colors.

                Connecting it to your work laptop is easy because it has two USB-C ports with Thunderbolt 4 support. You can display an image from a compatible laptop and charge it with the same cable using the monitor’s 96W of power delivery. It also has a few handy features like a Picture-by-Picture mode so you can display images from two sources at once, like if you need to use your personal computer and work laptop simultaneously.

                See our review

              3. Best Upper Mid-Range Curved Monitor

                LG 34GP950G-B

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                7. 8

                Office

                7.7

                Gaming

                8.3

                Media Consumption

                7.5

                Media Creation

                7.9

                HDR

                7.2

                Size

                34″

                Pixel Type

                IPS

                Max Refresh Rate

                180 Hz

                Variable Refresh Rate

                Yes

                Native Resolution

                3440 x 1440

                HDR10

                Yes

                Curve Radius

                1900R

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                If you need something for both work and play and find the Dell Alienware AW3423DW too expensive, then the LG 34GP950G-B is a good alternative. It has a 34-inch screen and 3440×1440 resolution, which is smaller than the LG 40WP95C-W, so it has the same size as the Dell, with a similar 1900R curve. However, with an LED-backlit LCD panel, it doesn’t display the same deep blacks as the Dell, but it doesn’t have the same risk of burn-in, and it also gets brighter, which is great if you want to use it in a bright room.

                The LG has native G-SYNC support like the Dell, which can take full advantage of your NVIDIA graphics card. Even if you have an AMD graphics card, FreeSync works without issue over DisplayPort. The gaming experience is great; it has a quick response time at any refresh rate for minimal motion blur. It doesn’t have a backlight strobing feature to further improve the appearance of motion, but motion looks smooth even without one, especially at higher refresh rates.

                See our review

              4. Best Mid-Range Curved Monitor

                Gigabyte M32UC

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                8. 0

                Office

                8.0

                Gaming

                8.7

                Media Consumption

                7.7

                Media Creation

                8.0

                HDR

                6.8

                Size

                32″

                Pixel Type

                VA

                Max Refresh Rate

                160 Hz

                Variable Refresh Rate

                Yes

                Native Resolution

                3840 x 2160

                HDR10

                Yes

                Curve Radius

                1500R

                See all our test results

                If you want something cheaper, a mid-range monitor like the Gigabyte M32UC is a good alternative to the LG 34GP950G-B. It has a different type of screen than the LG because it has a 32-inch, 4k display instead of an ultrawide screen. This means you don’t get the same ultrawide gaming experience where you can see more of your game at once, but with a high resolution, images look sharper. It’s also a better choice if you want to game with a PS5 or Xbox Series X|S on it, as it has HDMI 2.1 bandwidth that can take full advantage of the consoles.

                If you’re a PC gamer, you’ll be happy to know that it has a native 144Hz refresh rate, meaning you can play games at a high refresh rate without any problems. While its overall response time is fast and there isn’t much blur, it has smearing with fast-moving objects in dark scenes. Luckily, it has features you can use for gaming and productivity, like a dashboard that shows vital information from your PC and a KVM switch that makes it easy to switch sources and use the same keyboard and mouse.

                See our review

              5. Best Lower Mid-Range Curved Monitor

                Dell S3422DWG

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                7. 8

                Office

                7.6

                Gaming

                8.2

                Media Consumption

                7.6

                Media Creation

                7.7

                HDR

                7.2

                Size

                34″

                Pixel Type

                VA

                Max Refresh Rate

                144 Hz

                Variable Refresh Rate

                Yes

                Native Resolution

                3440 x 1440

                HDR10

                Yes

                Curve Radius

                1800R

                See all our test results

                If you’re looking for a curved monitor in the lower mid-range price category, some good ultrawide displays cost less than the Gigabyte M32UC and offer good overall performance. One is the Dell S3422DWG, which is great for gaming and offers good overall picture quality. It doesn’t offer the same 4k resolution and HDMI 2.1 bandwidth for console gaming as the Gigabyte, but it’s still a solid choice for PC gaming. The 1800R curve helps bring the edges within your field of vision, and its 3440×1440 resolution and good pixel density deliver sharp image clarity.

                It also has native FreeSync VRR support to reduce screen tearing, but while it’s G-SYNC compatible, there are some issues with the G-SYNC compatibility at lower refresh rates. Its VA panel offers a good native contrast ratio in dark rooms, displaying deep blacks with minimal blooming. However, there are some drawbacks to this panel technology, as it has narrow viewing angles and some black smearing with fast-moving objects. 

                See our review

              6. Best Budget Curved Monitor

                Dell S2722DGM

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                7. 0

                Office

                7.5

                Gaming

                7.6

                Media Consumption

                7.0

                Media Creation

                7.1

                HDR

                3.4

                Size

                27″

                Pixel Type

                VA

                Max Refresh Rate

                165 Hz

                Variable Refresh Rate

                Yes

                Native Resolution

                2560 x 1440

                HDR10

                No

                Curve Radius

                1500R

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                If you’re looking for a budget monitor with a curved screen, there are a few good options, but they usually have smaller screens and a 16:9 aspect ratio. The Dell S2722DGM has a smaller screen than the Dell S3422DWG, so you can’t see as much of your game at once, and it doesn’t support HDR either. Its 1500R curve is more aggressive than the curve on the S3422DWG, and this is useful because it has narrow viewing angles, so bringing the edges more within your field of vision means that the screen won’t look so washed out at the sides.

                It’s focused on gaming with a 165Hz refresh rate and FreeSync VRR and G-SYNC compatibility to reduce screen tearing. It has worse motion handling than the S3422DWG, as there’s more smearing with fast-moving objects, but it at least has a backlight strobing feature to improve the appearance of motion. It can’t take full advantage of current-gen gaming consoles because it lacks HDMI 2.1 bandwidth, but at least you can play 1080p and 1440p games on it from the consoles without issues.

                See our review

              Notable Mentions

              • Samsung Odyssey OLED G8/G85SB S34BG85:
                The Samsung Odyssey OLED G8/G85SB S34BG85 is comparable to the Dell Alienware AW3423DW because it has a QD-OLED panel. It offers similar performance, but it isn’t worth spending more on the Samsung for nearly the same performance unless you can find it on sale.
                See our review
              • LG 45GR95QE-B:
                The LG 45GR95QE-B is a large curved monitor with a 45-inch screen and an OLED panel. It’s great if you want a high monitor that delivers great picture quality, but it doesn’t get as bright as the Dell Alienware AW3423DW, and it costs more.
                See our review
              • AOC CU34G2X:
                The AOC CU34G2X is an alternative to the Dell S3422DWG if you find the Dell a bit too expensive for a lower mid-range option, but the AOC’s price can go up and down, so only consider it when it’s cheaper than the Dell.
                See our review
              • LG 38WN95C-W:
                The LG 38WN95C-W is an alternative to the LG 40WP95C-W, with more gaming features, but if you’re focused on office work, especially if your work requires accurate colors, the 40WP95C-W is the better choice.
                See our review

              Recent Updates

              1. Jun 09, 2023:
                Replaced the AOC CQ27G2 with the Dell S2722DGM for consistency with other articles; added the LG 45GR95QE-B to Notable Mentions.

              2. Apr 13, 2023:
                Replaced the Samsung Odyssey Neo G7 S32BG75 with the LG 34GP950G-B because it’s cheaper; replaced the AOC CU34G2X with the Dell S3422DWG because it’s also cheaper and rename to ‘Best Lower Mid-Range Monitor’; renamed the AOC CQ27G2 to ‘Best Budget Monitor’; updated Notable Mentions based on changes.

              3. Feb 15, 2023:
                Updated the text throughout for clarity and to reflect user needs.

              4. Dec 21, 2022:
                Replaced the LG 34GP950G-B with the Samsung Odyssey Neo G7 because it’s better overall; replaced the MSI Optix G27C6 with the AOC CQ27G2 because the MSI is harder to find; updated the Notable Mentions based on changes.

              5. Oct 21, 2022:
                Renamed the Gigabyte M32UC the ‘Best Mid-Range Curved Monitor’; replaced the Dell S3422DWG with the AOC CU34G2X because it’s cheaper; added the LG 34GP950G-B and the MSI Optix G27C6 to their respective categories; updated Notable Mentions based on changes.

              All Reviews

              Our recommendations are based on what we think are the best monitors with a curved screen currently available. They’re adapted to be valid for most people in each price range. Rating is based on our review, factoring in price, and feedback from our visitors.

              If you would prefer to make your own decision, here is the list of all of our curved monitor reviews. Be careful not to get too caught up in the details. Most monitors are good enough to please most people, and the things we fault monitors on are often not noticeable unless you really look for them.

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              90 002 Curved computer monitors

              Which monitor is better: curved or regular – LG MAGAZINE Russia magazine

              The first curved monitor for PC appeared in 2014, now many major computer equipment manufacturers have a line of displays of this type. What is the attraction of such gadgets and does it make sense to get a curved rather than a classic display? What characteristics do you need to know to navigate the store?

              The idea to round the device came to our house from the cinema – the canvas in the auditorium has a small radius and is rounded at the corners. This gives the effect of presence and immersion in the action of the film. And viewing is convenient regardless of the place of the viewer. First there were rounded TVs, then it was the turn of displays.

              Among the advantages of such gadgets, first of all, their shape is called – it seems to repeat the shape of the human eye, creating comfortable conditions for working on a computer, watching a movie or immersing in a game. The screen is curved inward, and the human field of view resembles a curved arc. As a result, the user has peripheral vision, which gives a feeling of involvement in a computer reality, comparable to the effect of using VR glasses. When we look at an image in a regular device, its center and extreme points are at different distances from the view, while in a “crooked” gadget, the center and corners are equidistant from the viewer. According to a study by the Harvard Institute, this reduces the defocusing rate by a factor of four.

              But is this screen suitable for everyone? Let’s talk about its positive and negative qualities and compare it with a flat counterpart.

              1. The most important feature of a curved display is its curve radius . Most often, you need to choose from the following options (R is the radius, the number is the radius value in millimeters):

              The human eye covers a field with a radius of 1000R. Therefore, the smaller the curvature, the stronger its effect will be. – a monitor with a radius of 1800 is more curved than its counterpart with an indicator of 4000. The radius of curvature also tells at what maximum distance from the display the user should sit in order to be comfortable for the eyes. That is, if the bend is 2300R, as in LG 38GN950 , the maximum distance will be 2.3 m. A distinctive feature of “curved” gadgets is a wide (if not more) aspect ratio. And this is also not accidental: this feature expands the field of view, and therefore enhances the effect of immersion. When choosing, start from the ratio of 21:9- this is the necessary minimum for a concave display, with a lower value, the effect of curvature disappears. No less important is the aspect ratio and the diagonal – it makes sense to consider models from 27 inches. The reason is the same – with a small gadget, you cannot fully experience the idea of ​​​​turning on peripheral vision.

              2. The 2D image on the curved monitor looks three-dimensional, the depth of the picture is enhanced and the impression of 3D viewing is obtained. And rounded corners help the eye not to perceive the boundaries of the display and is fully focused on the picture, which seems wider than it is.

              3. Concave shape helps reduce distortion. Since the human eye is a hemisphere, objects on a concave display are distorted on the retina. The curvature of the gadget “turns on” peripheral vision and thanks to this, the image is displayed more naturally. Here we can also mention the reduction of distortion in the corners of the display.

              4. Reduce glare. The curved surface affects the angle of refraction of the light flux, reducing the number of reflections. And given the anti-reflective technologies that are now used by almost all manufacturers, we can say that this parameter is significantly reduced compared to standard technology.

              5. Comfortable use. Vision gets tired from long work on any monitor, so the advice to take short breaks and go offline does not lose relevance, but at the same time, curved gadgets tire the eyes more slowly and reduce the load on the body.

              6. In addition to ergonomics and visual comfort, style can also be mentioned – non-flat models look like gadgets of the future and bring a touch of futurism to the interior.

              7. Fast response time and high refresh rate, as well as excellent color reproduction and contrast ratio – these characteristics will please both cinephiles and gamers. Watching movies or a game session will take them headlong, plunging them into a different reality.

              The ideal technique, suitable for everyone and without complaints, has not yet been invented, so let’s move on to the minuses:

              – the first and most important drawback for many is the high price of curved displays.