Which monitor to choose for the long run?

Need advice in choosing a monitor.
1.First I would like to rate this model https://hard.rozetka.com.ua/lg_19m38a_b/p7385183/?...
This monitor which is available now. But the problem is that it's very much easier on the eyes and in the evening all just a blur after a working day. In short it is not comfortable.
2.Which monitor can you recommend from personal experience which you can spend at least a day.
On account of the individuality of each body is clear.
Can someone ispolzuet points , tell helps or not
March 19th 20 at 08:29
4 answers
March 19th 20 at 08:31
after which you can spend at least a working day

There is no such. No gymnastics for the eyes and the rest do not. +probably not the fault of the monitor, in General, workplace - distance, background lighting, etc.
March 19th 20 at 08:33
ViewSonic XG2700-4K for this monitor, I can skate session 40 hours on Starzach and without problems. Toko cheto right now he is expensive.
March 19th 20 at 08:35
1. Turn up the brightness on less. Table lamp quality (no flicker) next put. Maybe the monitor will not have to change.

2. Noticed that your VGA monitor? In 2019? VGA analog connector. Problem with this lot - and a low-resolution and interference that cause pomigivaya, flicker. Therefore, any monitor with HDMI / Displayport, if only valaska supported.

3. IPS is better for work than a TN... but more expensive. I think the top two more significant point.
Wrong link
here's the monitor - https://hard.rozetka.com.ua/lg_19m38a_b/p7385183/?... - bryce.Sauer commented on March 19th 20 at 08:38
Here resolution small PTS - bryce.Sauer commented on March 19th 20 at 08:41
@bryce.Sauer, In any case, the analog interface is very bad. It is necessary to switch to digital - DVI honest, and the best HDMI/Display Port - then you can be sure that interference from the PSU or the video thing does not affect the cable and cause flicker, jitter.

Well, the brightness is screwed is me at work I helped a lot. I was thinking to buy to work moniotr out of pocket (still considering it) - Aliyah_Muraz commented on March 19th 20 at 08:44
March 19th 20 at 08:37
Matrix — IPS, 4k resolution, f.lux to reduce brightness, blackout curtains on the nearest window that shone and gave light in one eye, uniform and comfortable lighting in the operating room or the lack of it (there is someone as comfortable and familiar). And of course daily exercises/exercises for eyes.

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