Hello guys, I'm mostly developping programs and interfaces (kind of web development) and sometimes watching movies and I'd like to buy a new computer monitor. I've been reading a lot lately about that, and I'm still not quite sure about the specs I should be looking for. There's plenty of website giving rankings for "best" monitors of 2019-2020 but I don't always trust them. I'm pretty sure 27" would be the right size for me, as I sit about an arm length away from my monitor and I've read that 32 was too tiring after a few hours of head twists. But should I get 4k or QHD? QHD seems good enough but I fear to miss the opportunity to get a 4K if everything will be 4K in the future. Here is the kind of screen I'm looking for right now, with their price tag: Dell P2720DC (QHD) - 390€ (not a lot of information on it online but good specs) Dell U2719D (QHD) - 450€ Benq PD2700U (UHD) - 530€ Dell U2718Q (UHD) - 680€ Benq GW2765HT (QHD) - 320€ Dell U2518D (25", QHD) - 320€ (praised cheap quality monitor but too small maybe?) I'm mostly looking for quality monitors (Dell P2419H is what I work with at office) with flicker-free and low blue light to stay days and nights in front of it, and a good ergonomy. Dell is all I know until now, and I've heard some good things about Benq too. But if you have another brand in mind, please let me know. Also, I can't go dual monitors, because I don't have enough work space. Thank you for your help.