Tech for Architects: An Edgeless Monitor to Enhance Your Workstation

A monitor for an architect is like a magnifying glass for a jeweler; it permits close-up and detailed views of an architect’s designs.

Francesca Mercurio Francesca Mercurio

For more laptops and workstation recommendations for architects, checkout 15 Top Laptops for Architects and Designers, and watch out for more in our Tech for Architects series, coming soon.

A monitor for an architect is like a magnifying glass for a jeweler. It permits close-up and detailed views of an architect’s designs. When working with design software and intricate images, computer monitors help enhance a working environment and ultimately lead to a more successful project outcome. As the design industry heavily relies on technology, accessorizing a workstation with quality monitors, mouses and laptops are paramount.

Choosing the right monitor for professional work is equally important, and there are numerous aspects to consider, such as resolution, speed and brightness. And for many industry professionals, budget plays a significant role in the decision-making process. Luckily, there are monitors on the market today — such as the KOORUI 24-Inch Business Computer Monitor — that respond to designers looking to enhance their workstations while respecting their budget. The new KOORUI monitor offers great performance capabilities, pronounced screen visibility and advanced eye comfort.

All of these qualities can stand up to similar products by Dell and HP, making it KOORUI’s a very good price point for the product. As one reviewer succinctly explains, “I do CAD work on this monitor and find it very close in picture quality to those costing 4 times as much.” 

The KOORUI’s 23.8 inch monitor boasts a wide screen that offers clear views of one’s work. It comes with a frameless screen that displays images in their unaltered form. This edgeless design is ideal for designers connecting multiple monitors and require reliable and uninterrupted views of their work. The KOORUI’s VA screen covers 99% of the SRGB color gamut. This VA screen produces clear and precise color depictions and is ideal for architects whose work is often dependent on color accuracy.

In their product reviews, Amazon customers underlined how well the edge-less design lent itself to dual-monitor workflow setups: “It’s sleek looking and all the buttons are right there in the front so when it’s side-by-side with my other monitor, it is more seamless looking from one screen to another.”

Meanwhile, when spending all day in front of a screen, it’s important to use products that maximize comfort. The KOORUI monitor can be tilted up to five degrees forward and 20 degrees backwards. This feature permits bespoke adjustments that adhere to each designer’s personal viewing preferences — including transitions from seated to standing work set-ups. Additionally, the monitor comes equipped with Flicker-Free technology and a Blue Light Filter which helps make a full day of screen time manageable and less straining.

The monitor comes with multiple ports including HDMI and VGA and can be connected to PC, Xbox and other laptops, thus suitable for both professional and personal use. The new KOORUI 23.8 inch monitor is an economical and straightforward solution for architects looking to enhance their workstation and improve their productivity.

For more laptops and workstation recommendations for architects, checkout 15 Top Laptops for Architects and Designers, and watch out for more in our Tech for Architects series, coming soon.

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