While I don’t spend all day glued to my desk and computer any more, it’s become apparent that my current screen is getting a bit tight for space. The problem is a lot of new software, such as the Affinity suite, likes lots of toolbars and palettes - and my present poor old monitor leaves me a small area in which to work in amongst the clutter. It’s a bit like my workbench, actually, where my working area is proportionally smaller according to how many tools I’m using at any one time! So, I’m on the lookout for something of higher resolution, but I find the intervening few years since I last looked have thrown up all kinds of new technologies and standards and I’m, frankly, a bit out of my depth. (If only my 35-year-old self could hear me say that!) I am quite content with my late-2012 Apple Mac mini. In fact, I find the graphics card ought to be able to support up to 2560 x 1600 pixels, which I believe is 4K in telly terms. Currently, I’m using the HDMI output, but the box is also blessed with a DisplayPort, so I’m after suitable screen hardware that supports that connectivity - preferably natively without needing USB-C adaptors or similar. The current monitor is a Samsung thing that works at 1080p and is a 21in diagonal. I’m looking to increase the size by up to 32in if the budget allows. I’ve checked the usual South American river site, and the retail park outlet de jour, and I haven’t been convinced of either. Where else can one purchase PC hardware these days? Any ideas? In fact, any recommendations about monitor hardware in general? Thanks!