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30" Acer Predator Z301CT bmiphzx Curved 2560x1080 144Hz Monitor EXPIRED

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Electronic Express via Rakuten has 30" Acer Predator Z301CT bmiphzx Curved 2560x1080 144Hz Monitor (UM.CZ1AA.T01) for $399.99 - $30 w/ coupon code XP30 = $369.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 2560x1080
  • Refresh Rate: 144Hz (Overclocking to 200Hz)
  • Response Time: 4ms
  • Panel Type: VA
  • Viewing Angles: 178°
  • Tobii Eye Tracking Technology, Built-In Speakers
  • Ports:
    • 1x Display Port
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x USB
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Electronic Express via Rakuten.com [rakuten.com] has a Acer Predator 30" Curved Lcd Monitor With Tobii Eye Tracking Technology: Predator Gaming Monitor for $369.99. Use code XP30.
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its good mornitor for coder?
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I had a 30" monitor that was 1080p and I sent that garbage back. It's so blurry compared to 1440p. Unless you sit 5ft back from your monitor, hard pass.
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I had a 30" monitor that was 1080p and I sent that garbage back. It's so blurry compared to 1440p. Unless you sit 5ft back from your monitor, hard pass.
Was that wide screen as well? I think the fact that it is 1080p on the shorter dimension is something people need to be cognizant about.. This should actually be pretty decent in terms of resolution!
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Was that wide screen as well? I think the fact that it is 1080p on the shorter dimension is something people need to be cognizant about.. This should actually be pretty decent in terms of resolution!
Yeah 21:9 curved. It's awful
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Claims to have G-Sync, which is a bummer for me but might be interesting if anyone wants to try it out and has an nVidia card. I have a 34" UW from Acer that claims to be 100hz 3440x1440 with freesync. The freesync seems to work, eliminates screen-tearing without messing up the performance but I was using it with an R9 Nano which I don't think could push the amount frames to saturate it fully at 100hz. However, that size is pretty snazzy, so going smaller seems like it might be too small for my tastes. Though, I think I'd rather have a bigger 4k display than an UW. I feel like it fills my vision better.
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Seller has bad reviews on just an internet search. I should be safe through Rakuten right?
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I used a Tobii eye 4c for a while. And while it's very accurate the 90hz on it was absolutely unacceptable. Caused eye strain and simply doesn't keep up with the minute movements/accuracy necessary. It needs to be 120hz min or preferably 200+ is optimal. What is the rate on this monitor?
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I used a Tobii eye 4c for a while. And while it's very accurate the 90hz on it was absolutely unacceptable. Caused eye strain and simply doesn't keep up with the minute movements/accuracy necessary. It needs to be 120hz min or preferably 200+ is optimal. What is the rate on this monitor?
It's 144 hz apparently
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That's a very good monitor for the price
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I had a 30" monitor that was 1080p and I sent that garbage back. It's so blurry compared to 1440p. Unless you sit 5ft back from your monitor, hard pass.
This is exact the same DPI as every 24" 1080p monitor out there. around 92. I agree that I prefer the DPI of 27" 1440p monitors, around 108, but this is literally the most common DPI display out there.
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So let's say I don't really care much about gaming but just want a monitor to connect my laptop for watching HD movies, web browsing, maybe some minor video or photo editing. Is this good, overkill, or not good enough?
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The description of this is wrong, not sure how to fix it.
Monitor is 2560x1080
not 2560x1440
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You're not wrong. At 27"+ you should be running 1440p for gaming. This is way too big for most games. I run a 27" curved 1440p/144hz and even that feels massive with some games. 24"-27" is usually the best range. Then again, good luck finding a good 1440p/144hz monitor for this price.

Props that this is one of those rare SlickDeals where the seller actually has 2500+ positive feedback too.

These are native 144Hz overclocked at 200Hz.

They have so many versions of these monitors with so many similar names and hidden model numbers that you will have a fun time trying to actually figure out the TRUE specs for this monitor. Good luck finding someone who actually sat down and tested their claims also.

RTINGS tested a lost of Acer monitors and none of them come anywhere near their claims. They claim 1ms and do 14.3 ms, so go search true tests if you want to be smart.
I know very little about all this techy stuff...read a few a articles a couple of months ago but wasn't a lot of clear advice regarding best gaming monitor for an Xbox one x...any advice?
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You're not wrong. At 27"+ you should be running 1440p for gaming. This is way too big for most games. I run a 27" curved 1440p/144hz and even that feels massive with some games. 24"-27" is usually the best range. Then again, good luck finding a good 1440p/144hz monitor for this price.

Props that this is one of those rare SlickDeals where the seller actually has 2500+ positive feedback too.

These are native 144Hz overclocked at 200Hz.

They have so many versions of these monitors with so many similar names and hidden model numbers that you will have a fun time trying to actually figure out the TRUE specs for this monitor. Good luck finding someone who actually sat down and tested their claims also.

RTINGS tested a lost of Acer monitors and none of them come anywhere near their claims. They claim 1ms and do 14.3 ms, so go search true tests if you want to be smart.
The Dell2716DG usually goes on sale around $350. Great monitor, 27 inch, 1440p, 1ms, 144hz, G-sync. I bought it in 2017 for that price and it goes down to that price regularly. I sold it to get a 1080p 180hz to maximize my graphics card.
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So let's say I don't really care much about gaming but just want a monitor to connect my laptop for watching HD movies, web browsing, maybe some minor video or photo editing. Is this good, overkill, or not good enough?
Overkill. I'd personally say look for a 27" 1440p monitor as its the best DPI/size in my opinion. You should be able to find a decent one for half this price on here that will be plenty for your needs.
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