You may remember that sometime ago I opted to follow WT’s suggest of a Mac Mini and a 43 inch 4K TV as a monitor - and I am very happy I did. I can’t imagine using a smaller screen now. Not even if Apple comes out with a 30 inch iMac.
There are two issues with it though. One could apply to everyone - that sitting fairly close to a computer screen of that size means the corners (especially the top corners) are at an odd angle for you eyes.
The other problem affects me in particular. I really don’t seem to be able to get glasses that quite work right. I was given a reason, but don’t recall the specifics. Anyway, while it affects all aspects of my glasses, I think it may be particularly a problem for the intermediate range. That’s what I use for my computer - actually a special pair which is 100% intermediate.
I was thinking that maybe I could reduce the problem if I was using distance vision (giving me a wider range of distance that would be in focus). IOW, if in the future I got a bigger screen, but placed it further away - and adjusted various settings so text, icons, etc, weren’t too small at that distance, maybe it would help.
Another advantage, depending on exact dimensions, is that the angles I would have to move my eyes could actually be less because of the added distance.
Plus I’d have a better video experience for movies.
Any opinions on this?