Took a bit of a gamble buying a cheap(ish) tv to use as dedicated monitor as already had a GTX card with just enough grunt for desktop general use at 4K - has turned out well beyond expectations and seemed to have got the specs right.
40" Samsung - UEMU6120, about as cheap as mainstream UHD screens get - £350 at the moment. Needs to be this large for full 4K to display at decent scale. Doesn't look too big/stupid even on small computer desk. Key spec is being HDMI 2.0 compatible and being able to set to 4:4:4 / 4:2:2 colour.
Instantly recognised with signal from GTX card on PC and MacBook pro just with a cheapo (quality) HDMI cable a fraction of the price of the one in PCWorld.
Only downsides - amount you have to move your head to see one side of the screen to the other and possibly one case where a curved screen would be really quite nice as you are sort of looking at the windows menu in particular at an angle.
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