Originally Posted by JackCY
They don't go and ask panel maker to make them a 32" or 40" or 45" OLED, LCD, anything really, they would have to pay for that and take a risk in it selling well. For monitors the market for 30-45" may not be as big, but then how could be when there are barely any monitors/panels made in that size. So they rather stick with the most popular 24 and 27" that they know will sell. If they want to make something big, they grab a TV panel and make a TV or try sell it as a "monitor".
OR... they make a unique monitor like the new LG 38" G-Sync 1600P Nano-IPS Ultrawide and charge $2000 for it.
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