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Staring at a computer screen all day can seriously strain your eyes, but a curved monitor can ease that a bit by eliminating distortion. Curvature reduces your eye movement across the screen so that you can work more comfortably for longer.

The Dell UltraSharp U3419W is a 34-inch curved monitor with USB-C compatibility and you can grab it at Dell for $703.99, which is almost $400 off the list price.

The curved screen improves your field of view, reduces reflections, and creates near-uniform visual focus, which is better for working and for watching video.

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