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Considering purchasing a 21:9 (2560x1080) LG monitor. Costco has the 34UM61 for $269. I m using an Intel NUC. My idea is to display the Flex software on 1/2, and my logging software on the other half. LG says you can configure the display mode for “multiple screens”, but the example only shows a quad display mode. Has anyone used one of these monitors, split into 2?
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I'm looking into using an Intel NUC.  I understand some of them can now drive 3 or 4 4K monitors.  I curious how you like yours?
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I am considering a 40” AOC 4k ultra...16:9....curved monitor..they are on sale for $499 at Bestbuy....
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Yes it can. I’m using an i5. It can drive 1 4K or standard had monitors. The BEST investment I ever made. Small and it works great.
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I have been using the 29" model for over a year and it will display both quite readily.  If you use it for just the panadapter though, it give you a huge spread.  I like to have both QRZ up and SmartSDR so I can check QTHs while scrolling across the band.
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So you are using the LG? My goal is to have the SDR software on the left half and my logging / cluster software on the other half, side by side. And you are accomplishing this using one connection to the monitor, from one PC?