Ultrawide Monitors

Ultrawide monitors come with large screens for efficient multitasking and experiencing the best immersion when watching movies or playing games. Ultrawide monitors are available in flat or curved options. Our inventory of ultrawide monitors range from home and student displays to gaming and business monitors.

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At Mwave, we stock a wide range of Ultrawide Monitors from leading brands such as Samsung, LG, Acer, ASUS, Philips, BenQ and many others. Our stock of ultrawide monitors include displays with native resolutions ranging from 2560 x 1080 UWHD to 5120 x 2160 UW5K. From immersive curved gaming ultrawide monitors to high-end professional ultrawide monitors, you will find what you need in our comprehensive inventory of ultrawide monitors.


What is an ultrawide monitor?

Technically, an ultrawide monitor is a monitor that has at least a 21:9 aspect ratio. This aspect ratio makes an ultrawide monitor provide more screen real-estate width-wise, making them broader than traditional monitors. However, some ultrawide monitors have an insane 32:9 aspect ratio which is similar in size to having 2x 16:9 monitors side-by-side. 32:10 aspect ratio ultrawide monitors are available if you require extra vertical display real-estate.


Why do I need an ultrawide monitor?

An ultrawide monitor is a great alternative to using multiple displays for multitasking or for total movie-watching and gaming immersion. This means, you do not have to buy multiple monitor stands and align them, you do not have to use more graphics cards, and you have a seamless all-encompassing view of your desktop with now annoying bezel gaps.


Is a curved ultrawide monitor better than a flat ultrawide monitor?

It depends on what you are going to use it for. Curved monitors vary in curvature with some having a tight curvature (e.g. 1500R) while others have an almost flat curvature (e.g. 3000R). A curved ultrawide monitor has the advantage of more closely matching the curvature of your eye and thus less likely to experience colour shifting from viewing the monitor at shallow angles. Curved monitors may also produce a more immersive gaming experience, though, this is of course subjective. Flat ultrawide monitors are sometimes considered better if you plan on using it for work involving a lot of straight lines (e.g. spreadsheets, CAD, video editing timelines) as curved monitors may be distracting for some users. Some flat ultrawide monitors allow for vertical orientation which can be extremely useful for those in professions that require for example, coding.