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34" LG 34UB67-B Black UltraWide 2560x1080 5ms IPS Panel HDMI LED Monitor with Built-In Speakers for $249.99 AC + Free Ship @ Newegg

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with promo code EMCXPTPT2

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...24-025-138

ultra-wide
built-in speakers
21:9; 2560 x 1080
Dual link-up with two devices
DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort
EPAT Gold Certified
3 Yrs Manufacturer Warranty with Advance SWAP Option That Covers Shipping Both Way
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Picked this up from Newegg ebay a few weeks ago and absolutely love it. I really only use it for a home office and it's perfect for that.
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I paid like $20 less for the 29" version of this monitor and love it. Great deal
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Any good for gaming? I didn't see any specs on refresh rates.
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Any good for gaming? I didn't see any specs on refresh rates.
According to specs on Newegg, the response time is 5ms.

According to a review on the product on Newegg, the refresh rate is 60hz.
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Just an fyi. This is not one of the typical LG ultrawide monitors we see for sale often. This is a business monitor.

This means it is a little less pretty and clunky looking.
Unlike the gaming ones it comes with speakers (some gaming ones have speakers) and a longer warranty. It loses Freesync but adds dual link, meaning it can display the desktop of two different computers at once.
It loses gaming software like motion blur and color presets but adds business oriented presets for reading and multitasking.
Beyond that it will have extra certifications and might have a different coating.
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Just an fyi. This is not one of the typical LG ultrawide monitors we see for sale often. This is a business monitor.

This means it is a little less pretty and clunky looking.
Unlike the gaming ones it comes with speakers (some gaming ones have speakers) and a longer warranty. It loses Freesync but adds dual link, meaning it can display the desktop of two different computers at once.
It loses gaming software like motion blur and color presets but adds business oriented presets for reading and multitasking.
Beyond that it will have extra certifications and might have a different coating.
Good info to have. I believe that Costco via Google Express had this at $229 (or something) a few weeks ago, with discount code on GE.

Also, note that some folks might not be keen on the lower-density 1080p than the sharper 1440p vertical screens.
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Monitor is alright, 1080 is too low at this size. This is probably better suited for vertical use
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I have a large LG monitor and I love it. But with mine and with this deal, I believe, the monitor comes with an external power supply brick which looks really cheap and will either have to sit on your desk or stay on the floor behind your desk. It's untidy and cheap, and even the plug into the monitor looks and feels cheap (garbage cheapo power supply). A much better design would be to integrate the power supply into the monitor and just use a power cord to plug into an outlet. I don't know what other manufacturers are doing since I haven't bought a monitor in years now.
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I have a large LG monitor and I love it. But with mine and with this deal, I believe, the monitor comes with an external power supply brick which looks really cheap and will either have to sit on your desk or stay on the floor behind your desk. It's untidy and cheap, and even the plug into the monitor looks and feels cheap (garbage cheapo power supply). A much better design would be to integrate the power supply into the monitor and just use a power cord to plug into an outlet. I don't know what other manufacturers are doing since I haven't bought a monitor in years now.
One of the small benefits of moving the power supply out of the monitor is less heat. Also, it's easier to replace in the unlikely event of a PS failure rather than an internal one, makes the monitor thinner and lighter (good for VESA mounts).

But it certainly is less convenient and I prefer to have a monitor use a standard 3-prong "computer cord" and an integrated power supply.

I have a couple cheaper LGs with the external power supplies and just mount them under the desk and running the cord thru a cable raceway also mounted under the desk top.
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It looks like a good deal, I am between that one and this one

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078QJZ64X/?coliid=IX335Y18A8227&colid=2SC870OBCXOAX&psc=0&ref_=lv_ov_lig_... [amazon.com]

Which one would you recommend me? I dont care about the speakers which I think it is the main difference. I like that you can connect two computers.
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It looks like a good deal, I am between that one and this one

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078QJZ64X/?coliid=IX335Y18A8227&colid=2SC870OBCXOAX&psc=0&ref_=lv_ov_lig_... [amazon.com]

Which one would you recommend me? I dont care about the speakers which I think it is the main difference. I like that you can connect two computers.
Definitely the new one with 3 year warranty. I think the only benefit of the refurb is g-sync so unless you absolutely need that go with Newegg.
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