Lack of space on the monitors. How do you solve?

Good afternoon.
Have 2 monitors 27 FullHD, with landscape and portrait orientation.
Not always enough space on them for a comfortable use.
For example, the ideal site layout see this:
1. Outdoor layout
2. Outdoor editor
3. Open browser
4. Open file Manager

This can solve the problem of 4K monitor, but there is a problem of the small size of the monitor.
Watch Philips BDM4350UC, but 43 inches is still too small for me.
Also look in the direction of the TV Hyundai H-LED50U601BS2S, but TV is TV, not a monitor.

How do you solve this inconvenience?
March 23rd 20 at 19:44
4 answers
March 23rd 20 at 19:46
27" is too much or you are a meter away from them, but the meaning of such
22-24 - OK

Tiled window Manager - solves all your problems
You need a maximum of 2-3 open Windows: 1 coding, 1 view, 1 reference

Any monitor with galloping figures will spend your attention in vain
I also thought that 27 was too many until I was 24, to good quickly get used. - marjolaine_Ankunding commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:49
@marjolaine_Ankunding, I doubt that the active spinning has something good - neil.Romaguera commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:52
@neil.Romaguera, and do not tell You what window Manager do you use? - muhammad28 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:55
@muhammad28, i3wm on top of that Ubuntu is - neil.Romaguera commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:58
@neil.Romaguera, sit and home and work in front of the monitor 27", everything is fine. The distance to the monitor a little more than arm's length of an adult male with a height of 183 cm. To operate conveniently, the head to twist, unless specifically sit closer. Still working vertically is 24", it open a navigation bar on the project in PhpStorm, more really for anything and don't use, but then again not important for the application to work there I stand, like a music player. - Hermann_Walk commented on March 23rd 20 at 20:01
@neil.Romaguera, Realit resolution, not only the diagonal: fhd 27 - miserable, qhd - standards. - quentin_Moo commented on March 23rd 20 at 20:04
March 23rd 20 at 19:48
A couple of years ago I bought three 27" 4K monitor, the total resolution of 11520 x 2160, the total diagonal is 72", the aspect ratio of 48/9. In combination with talovym window Manager (i3) of the place is almost always missing: the left is usually open documentation or the source code of one of the previous projects, the center of the editor (little more than half the screen vertically), terminal, and file Manager, to the right target site in debug mode

Some observations that may be useful for those thinking about a similar solution:
1. In this configuration, the monitors are to be mounted in a half circle so that the distance from head to center of each of the screens was the same, otherwise you cannot use them uncomfortable. It's nothing like the beautiful pictures of jobs from the Internet, but you can use the table of smaller width. For example, three 27" monitor at 62 cm, excellent stand 150 cm table
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2. The result of the preceding paragraph, the monitors lose the angle adjustment, so it is important to present the height-adjustment
3. Work has become much easier, but the productivity is almost not affected, as it turned out, the switching of virtual screens is not the main reason for the failure of the context
4. Oddly enough, with three 4K monitors, copes integrase from Intel, however you have to use three different connectivity - DisplayPort, HDMI 2.0, and USB C
5. Multi-monitor configuration does not allow to use high-quality speakers - they simply have nowhere to put. Plan to make a table with horizontally placed woofers, tweeters placed in a separate housing that can be directed at the listener placed beneath the monitor, and use an active filter (MiniDSP) to adjust the phase and frequency response for each speaker

In General, a single 4K monitor from all points of view is easier, but three is more fun )

Dual-head configuration is not an option, because either the frame will be placed in the middle or on one side of the light will be significantly more than the other (if one of the monitors should be placed at the center, and a second side, as a subsidiary). Tried to remove one of the monitors - not like

I gladly would have changed your set on a single monitor with a 32/9 ratio, a diagonal of 58", a resolution of 7680 x 2160 (similar to two 32" 4K), and connectivity via a single USB-C (TB3 allows to transmit two 4K stream with a frequency of 60 Hz), but, unfortunately, such is not yet released. Given the recent emergence of several models 49" 5120 x 1440, and I hope that up to 58" Dual 4k sooner or later it comes

upd. 40 cm vertically (32" 16/9) is the limit for comfortable work, otherwise tired neck. 43" and the 50" TV to work would be extremely inconvenient. Besides, it is necessary to understand that in many cases the resolution is much more important than size: if something is impossible to discern, you need to move closer, but if you do not have permission, then you have to use virtual screens
March 23rd 20 at 19:50
Two monitors 20" and one 13" laptop and do a websites for users, not for their own 40" monitors.
32" 4K monitor allows you to place four 16" window with a resolution of 1920x1080 is quite convenient. In addition, on the big screen you can simultaneously see the website in full size, and debug toolbar - greatly simplifies debugging - Savanna commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:53
March 23rd 20 at 19:52
So it is you, my friend, with fat besites. Have a 15.6" Monique, just enough, typeset, and develop comfortably. Appreciate what you have.

On a subject: on the screens above 15.6" is a space in principle can not be. Why not do it.

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