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38" Acer XR382CQK 3840x1600 IPS Curved Gaming Monitor w/ Built-In DTS Speakers EXPIRED

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Newegg has 38" Acer XR382CQK 3840x1600 IPS Curved Gaming Monitor w/ Built-In DTS Speakers (UM.TX2AA.001) on sale for $1199.99 - $360 w/ promo code 116PBLS4 = $839.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Hoobie7

Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x1600
  • Refresh Rate: 75Hz
  • Response Time: 5ms
  • Contrast Ratio: ACM 100,000,000:1
  • Viewing Angles: 178° H / 178° V
  • Panel: IPS
  • FreeSync (AMD Adaptive Sync), DTS Sound Speakers
  • Tilt, Swivel & Height adjustment
  • Ports:
    • 1x DisplayPort
    • 1x MHL 2.1
    • 1x HMDI 2.0
    • 4x USB 3.0
    • 1x USB 3.1 Type-C
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Man monitor tech has been moving so slow. We've been hearing about this Asus 3440X1440 144hz panel for nearly a year now and it still hasn't come out yet. Most flagship monitors dont even have DP 1.4... We are still on DP 1.2 which is years old at this point.

2560X1440 144hz Gsync monitors has been out for over 2 years now and we still dont really have anything better than that.

I also cant believe that even high end 1K monitors don't have panels brighter than 350 nits. Budget 4K TVs panels like the P607 has over 700 nits.

This monitor is also 799 at Microcenter, but you probably end up paying tax or shipping which would end up being more expensive.
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Awesome monitor. Bought it at $999 few months ago. Well worth it.
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freesync represent!
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This monitor is amazing. The best component i got. It's difficult to express how much a game changer it is. I use it at 75hz at Max resolution on both a PC and Mac.

It also has automatic input detection which was a must for me

Also a bonus never mentioned is the "fake" hdr support. Acer was clever to not advertise much but it works decently. Obviously no oled Dolby vision quality but for no extra I take it.

The only way to get it cheaper is to lurk the refurbished section and be lucky i would not risk it.
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Probably the best 38" ultra wide monitor at this moment.
The only thing that is holding me back is the difference in model numbers.
This particular one is "UM.TX2AA.001" and you may get it even cheaper somewhere else.
The "newer" model is "UM.TX2AA.002". Not sure what exactly is different on top of head phone jack and usb 3. I tried to look online but couldn't find anything official.
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Probably the best 38" ultra wide monitor at this moment.
The only thing that is holding me back is the difference in model numbers.
This particular one is "UM.TX2AA.001" and you may get it even cheaper somewhere else.
The "newer" model is "UM.TX2AA.002". Not sure what exactly is different on top of head phone jack and usb 3. I tried to look online but couldn't find anything official.
Difference is fake hdr support
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Difference is fake hdr support
Both claim to have "fake" HDR support.
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Man monitor tech has been moving so slow. We've been hearing about this Asus 3440X1440 144hz panel for nearly a year now and it still hasn't come out yet. Most flagship monitors dont even have DP 1.4... We are still on DP 1.2 which is years old at this point.

2560X1440 144hz Gsync monitors has been out for over 2 years now and we still dont really have anything better than that.

I also cant believe that even high end 1K monitors don't have panels brighter than 350 nits. Budget 4K TVs panels like the P607 has over 700 nits.

This monitor is also 799 at Microcenter, but you probably end up paying tax or shipping which would end up being more expensive.
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75hz for $900!? Get out of here.
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Man monitor tech has been moving so slow. We've been hearing about this Asus 3440X1440 144hz panel for nearly a year now and it still hasn't come out yet. Most flagship monitors dont even have DP 1.4... We are still on DP 1.2 which is years old at this point.

2560X1440 144hz Gsync monitors has been out for over 2 years now and we still dont really have anything better than that.

I also cant believe that even high end 1K monitors don't have panels brighter than 350 nits. Budget 4K TVs panels like the P607 has over 700 nits.

This monitor is also 799 at Microcenter, but you probably end up paying tax or shipping which would end up being more expensive.
I recently bought a Korean 21:9 monitor after a recommendation since my old monitor didn't have any HDMI inputs and I wanted to try out ultra widescreen. I bought a Vizio 4k TV in November 2016 so it's hard to justify a high price when most monitors on PC don't even offer local dimming and many G-Sync monitors are near the price of a good TV (many have lower input delay nowadays.)
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I got my alienware 34' gsync ips ultrawide 120hz for about this price after coupons, discounts, and incentives. I like that this is 21:10 (I think due to 1600 vs 1440) and bigger but I think the alienware makes up for it with faster refresh rate and gsync.
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