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Worlds First Curved Desktop Monitor

This amazing 43-inch CRVD curved display by Ostendo Technologies is the worlds first curved desktop monitor, offering vivid LED colors and blazing fast response time. And with a 90° field of view, it doesn just expand the screen — it expands your whole experience. With its roomy 2880-by-900 resolution, the CRVD will expand your desktop and give you extra space to be more productive. Watch the crazy video on this post´s detail.




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