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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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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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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.
There's not a single monitor, that's true to their MS that's listed, lol. However, after trying several 32" 1440p monitors, the c32hg70 was by by far the best looking one I've used, and the one with the least amount of visible ghosting. But, if I can notice pixelation if I look hard enough(in dark areas is where mostly visible), then this should be pretty noticeable at its native resolution.
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Seller has bad reviews on just an internet search. I should be safe through Rakuten right?
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This not a bad deal at all.. wish it was an IPS panel. Frown
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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.
35" 1440p 100hz VA panel $370

https://www.rakuten.com/shop/mono...ct/131005/
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Too big for me but it totally slicks.
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This isn't 16:9 resolution. It's 21:9, comparing it to standard 16:9 24/27" monitors is apples to oranges. You wouldn't compare a crt 4:3 to a 16:9 lcd.
I would and I have and it turned into talking about why one was better than the other. People didn't switch away from crt because it was superior.
Some people never had a 21:9 screen and would probably be interested in knowing what each is better for.
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I have an AOC 35" 160Hz curved 1080p ultrawide screen. On your standard cheapo L-desk (about 2-2.5 feet) away, I kind of hate it. It's not because of the resolution but rather I'm so close to the screen, I miss out on a lot of my periphery when gaming (R6 Siege). I can't really mount it on the wall because of lack of VESA mount. Don't get me wrong, for kicking back on the chair and watching a movie, it's great. But for gaming, I really wish I had gone with a 29/30 curved ultrawide like this instead.
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