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can you elaborate on the warranties from credit cards a little more?
your credit card may provided extended warranty. like AMEX
https://www.americanexpress.com/u...y/faq.html
or Chase
https://www.chase.com/card-benefi...protection
those warranty extension adds additional period after manufacture warranty expires by one, two or sometime double the number of years (check your card for detail). however, almost all those extended warranty required original U.S. manufacturer's warranty.
openboxes from amazon or other places do not carry manufacturer's warranty, and therefore aren't eligible for extended warranty.
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I asked your wife and she said its all about the inches!LMAOLMAO
But how did she feel about the curve?
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very tempting. anyone want to tell me why I should buy this instead of the dell / alienware 34'' curved?
I got the Dell/👽 ware 34inch instead of this. I game from time to time and my PC can handle the 120hz overclock the monitor can put out.

There was a sale when I bought it 2 weeks ago. It came out to total of $734 with the tax, PayPal discount code, and free priority shipping when you sign up for their rewards program (sign up is free). You also get $20 reward dollars you can use in another purchase. There's also currently a 100$ gift card you can apply for with this monitors purchase. Also theres a 5% cash back with Discover for PayPal linked purchases.

So I basically got the monitor for an additional $150 in "cashbacks".

Good monitor, some backlight bleed but it's nothing to stress over.
Wish more games supported ultrawide resolutions though.
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very tempting. anyone want to tell me why I should buy this instead of the dell / alienware 34'' curved?
The Alienware is geared towards gaming and this one is not. I'd suggest doing your own research on the differences so you can figure out what works best for your needs.
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I asked your wife and she said its all about the inches!LMAOLMAO
epic. simply epic.
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Hows the included software for managing multiple windows? With two 27" monitors I end up using the first monitor with one program fullscreen, then the second monitor I sometimes split between two programs side by side.

The ultrawide will be great for two windows side by side with the "Windows Snap" feature (2x 2560x1440 windows), but I am concerned with the LG software (or any other company's software) being too clunky to deal with one program being 2560x1440 and then two programs 1280x1440 either on one side or just flanking the main window.

I understand that there are a ton of use cases for having one program on the full 5120x1440. Personally, I don't know if I would ever have just one program across the whole screen, so for me I think two 27" slim bezel screens would still be better? The main thing I would lose out on is being able to make a 2560x1440 screen in the middle flanked by two 1280x1440 screens. Maybe someone else had the same opinion and converted that has some thoughts?

Edit: If you use the LG software to split the screen into two 2560x1440 screens, can you use the "Windows Snap" feature to split the windows further or do you have to choose a different template in the LG software?
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I asked your wife and she said its all about the inches!LMAOLMAO
How the hell did you get -30 in helpfulness?
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