Anyone using a curved-screen monitor with their DAW?
Never heard of the brand before, but there are only about 3 LCD panel manufacturers in the world, so it's guaranteed to be an OEM from one of them. It's most likely a rebranded form of something else rather than a contract design.
I personally don't like curved monitors. If you're not sitting at the focal point of the curve the edges appear distorted, IMHO.
When looking at a monitor, you'll need to determine how far away you'll sit and how small of a font you can read. I made the mistake of buying a higher resolution monitor before I realized that it must be used at the native resolution for any benefit of the higher resolution to matter. If I changed the resolution via software, the resulting scaling made it more fuzzy and illegible than simply having a lower resolution monitor in the first place!
Then, I found the fonts to be much too small to read at the same distance when used at native resolution.
I instead bought a much larger monitor with the same resolution and it was much easier to read and see without squinting because while it might have more pixels, the pixels are much larger.
Pro tip: I found that if you rename the primary HDMI input on a samsung TV to "PC" it'll fundamentally change how it displays the HDMI signal and be much more clear.
I had a monitor with a shiny screen.. I mean mirror-like reflections.. Very hard to concentrate when you can see yourself in the monitor as well as you can see the stuff being displayed. I'd go for something matte.
Over all, I'd go to a local store and pick something out that you can see in person if possible. A lot of these OEM monitors have bad pixels and light bleed and might need to be returned. They might even be factory seconds that another prime OEM had turned down or sold to yet another OEM for even less...