2 monitors, 15k each, text based work + watching videos | 5k - Docking station and monitor mount

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1. Budget?
: 15k for each monitor. Total 30k.
5k for docking station and Monitor stand/

2. Display type and size?
: The bigger the better. I've seen it mentioned here that 24" is the biggest I should go for with 1080p, and I don't think I'll get a 4k in that budget? But if yes, then great.

3. What will the TV/monitor be used for primarily?
Programming, documentation, reading articles - heavy text based work. Some Netflix.
No gaming at all.

4. Types and number of ports required?
No idea sorry. I want to use both monitors with two laptops - HP Pavilion AU 620TX, and Macbook Pro 16".
The HP laptop has a HDMI port and USB 3 ports, and the Macbook has 4 Thunderbolt 3 ports.
I'm willing to pay extra to purchase a dock.

5. Preferred choice of brand?
No preference

6. Any TV/monitor in consideration?
None.

7. Any other info that you want to share.

I would like to put one monitor vertically, and I'm willing to invest additional 2-3k for a dual monitor stand.

I saw that there is another thread with similar requirements - < 15k Monitor for Work & Reading - but it's 6 months old so I figured new models might have come up. Apologies if they haven't.
 
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Would you be gaming on any of these monitors? Would you prefer going for lower priced 60-75Hz Monitor instead of a 144-165 Hz one?
No gaming at all.
As long as it's under 15k/monitor, I'm happy with either of the refresh rates. (It's the budget decided by my employer).
Will the higher refresh rate be better for text-based work? And will my laptops support it? I tried checking but couldn't find that information.
 
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Thanks! I like the idea of getting a cheaper basic model, and a more expensive good model. I'll go with this, thank you!
 
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