I'm looking for a decent screen without borders, size between 24 and 32 inches, which I can connect via USB-C to a laptop, doesn't cost more than 300 euros, and doesn't have a logo on the back/front part.
I like the design of the following displays:
A. I don't want to spend so much money on a screen that will be mediocre in less than 5 years (see what happened with the Apple Cinema Display). Furthermore, I feel robbed when I need to spend ~500 euros to have the privilege to get a tilt and height-adjustable screen. By the way, the Apple logo is becoming more and more pretentious.
B. I like this screen, to be honest, but I detest the Huawei logo on the back. I would feel guilty if I bought a screen from a company that violates so many designs patterns from other firms.
C. It would be a good choice if it wasn't so thick, as expensive as the Huawei, and built with plastic rather than aluminium. The logo is discrete, and it's only on the back side of the screen. I would remove it as well anyway.
D. If it wasn't a copy of the new iMac, I would give it a go. But it's too expensive, and it would remind me every day that I bought something Appleish.
Why I can't find a decent screen without borders, and most importantly, without a logo? Xiaomi applied the no logo policy a few years ago, but nowadays they also put their stupid logo on every single product.
I hate seeing the branding of the companies. I feel like I'm being lobotomised. Especially, when the product is something that I'm starring 8 hours per day. At this moment, the ASUS logo is penetrating my thoughts.
If I had the resources, I would create a tech company to launch products without any kind of branding. Does it make any sense? Imagine having an Inditex of tech; Inditech.
Hi, I'm Erik, an engineer from Barcelona. If you like the post or have any comments, say hi.