I currently have a 3 x 1, 24" monitor set up. While I like and need all the screen real-estate I currently have, it's just a little too wide to use effectively (I have to turn my head too much). I'd like to move to a single, 42" 4k TV (high quality, 60 hz, low latency), but I am unsure of how to calculate the screen real-estate accurately. Currently I have 3 monitors running at 1,920 x 1,200 pixels for 6.9 million total pixels. Each screen is roughly 13" x 20" for 780 sq. in. of total physical space. Pixel density is roughly 8,900 px/sq. in. 1 4k TV would run at 4,096 x 2,160 pixels for 8.8 million total pixels. The screen is roughly 23" x 37" for 851 sq. in. of total physical space. Pixel density is roughly 10,400 px/sq. in. Am I doing the math correctly showing that I would gain screen real estate here without losing too much text size?