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32" Acer ET322QK 4K UHD FreeSync LED Monitor EXPIRED

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Newegg has 32" Acer ET322QK 4K UHD FreeSync LED Monitor for $379.99 - 10% w/ promo code MNTR1107 = $341.99. Shipping is free. Thanks blazed12

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Panel Type: VA
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Viewing Angles: 178° H / 178° V
  • Response Time: 4ms
  • Built-in Speakers
  • VESA Mountable
  • Connectors:
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x Display Port
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Coupon Code is MNTR1107 to take 10% off $380 bringing the total to $342.

Features of this monitor.

31.5" Screen
HDR Ready(on both HDMI ports)
4K UHD
FreeSync
PIP/PBP
HDCP 2.2
HDMI 2.0
DP 1.2
3-year warranty

Great monitor for Xbox One X, PS4 Pro and PC.

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This monitor is not true HDR it may accept HDR input but not display them in reality like some of the lower end samsung tv's or have an "HDR" Mode.

This monitor lacks many things like local dimming, rec 2020 support and other features that HDR and dolby vision not only require but are pretty much necessary for HDR.
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Does this have optical output for the audio
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How are reviews on this thing
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I want so bad but waiting for black friday
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Does this have optical output for the audio
It has standard 3.5mm audio input.
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It has standard 3.5mm audio input.
Thanx mang
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Doesn't say anything about HDR on the Acer website.
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Doesn't say anything about HDR on the Acer website.
It's listed in the online manual and on the Newegg page.
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Ohhh hell yes!
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It's listed in the online manual and on the Newegg page.
This monitor is not true HDR it may accept HDR input but not display them in reality like some of the lower end samsung tv's or have an "HDR" Mode.

This monitor lacks many things like local dimming, rec 2020 support and other features that HDR and dolby vision not only require but are pretty much necessary for HDR.
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Monitor noob here, but on paper this looks like a great monitor for Photoshop or Lightroom. Would anyone have any recommendations that won't break the bank? Thanks!
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This monitor is not true HDR it may accept HDR input but not display them in reality like some of the lower end samsung tv's or have an "HDR" Mode.

This monitor lacks many things like local dimming, rec 2020 support and other features that HDR and dolby vision not only require but are pretty much necessary for HDR.
good point, though this probably supports hdr10 and not dv since it looks like its targeted sort of for console gamers who wan to use it both for pc and console. HDR Ready does not equal HDR, who knows what it means exactly. Also this is a VA panel, nicer blacks, probably less bleed, and smaller viewing angles. I might bite, as its not bad in price, I kind of prefer VA panels over ips, backlight bleed is awful, will go nice with an xbox one x since it will also take advantage of the freesync. whatever amount of hdr it can present, will be better than none I guess. 3 year warranty as well.
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good point, though this probably supports hdr10 and not dv since it looks like its targeted sort of for console gamers who wan to use it both for pc and console. HDR Ready does not equal HDR, who knows what it means exactly. Also this is a VA panel, nicer blacks, probably less bleed, and smaller viewing angles. I might bite, as its not bad in price, I kind of prefer VA panels over ips, backlight bleed is awful, will go nice with an xbox one x since it will also take advantage of the freesync. whatever amount of hdr it can present, will be better than none I guess. 3 year warranty as well.

yea im sure its a fine monitor but it does not support any form of HDR, just want to make sure people are not buying this and then being disappointed by "HDR".

It mentions only rec 709 and srgb and then also only says 300nit brightness these should be dead giveaways that marketing is at work....also local dimming(or oled) is a requirement for HDR (the whole lighting part).
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yea im sure its a fine monitor but it does not support any form of HDR, just want to make sure people are not buying this and then being disappointed by "HDR".

It mentions only rec 709 and srgb and then also only says 300nit brightness these should be dead giveaways that marketing is at work....also local dimming(or oled) is a requirement for HDR (the whole lighting part).
SirDickCheneyyea im sure its a fine monitor but it does not support any form of HDR, just want to make sure people are not buying this and then being disappointed by "HDR".

It mentions only rec 709 and srgb and then also only says 300nit brightness these should be dead giveaways that marketing is at work....also local dimming(or oled) is a requirement for HDR (the whole lighting part).
Dang, thanks for reminding me, saved me some money. I just remembered I decided my next monitor has to have local dimming at least, tired of all the edge lighting. I went through 3 4k tvs that had edge lighting, and they were just horrible on dark scenes, vizio with local dimming won me over, and only cost me about half the price. Next year I will probably buy into oled, for now I'm happy with this vizio.
Side note, there are real hdr monitors coming out early next year, they were supposed to be here around the middle of the 4th quarter but got delayed due to manufacturing difficulties, with local dimming and high peak brightness, but they will cost 3 times this price and i don't think they will be 4k, but UWQHD, which sucks if you plug a console into it.
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