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Acer ET322QK 32" 4K UHD LED Monitor, @Newegg $320

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i need to buy a monitor, but not in a hurry. is this the best price? or can it be a bit lower in couple months (prime day or target sale)?
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i need to buy a monitor, but not in a hurry. is this the best price? or can it be a bit lower in couple months (prime day or target sale)?
Nope. It's VA panel. Not worth it.
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I have the 1440 model from microcenter and it's been great.

https://www.microcenter.com/produ...ed-monitor

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I have one of these and here are a couple notes:

PROS:
  1. Good value between 290-330
  2. VA panel as others have mentioned, but good viewing angles
  3. Freesync works well, good for light gaming
  4. Multiple different inputs, supports PIP/PBP that sorta thing
  5. Built in speakers (they suck tho) that remove the need for additional outputs if you are going for a clean, work based, minimal look

CONS:
  1. The VESA mount is in one of the worst possible locations. It is near the top of the monitor, not at the heaviest or most sturdy part. End result is that using it on a VESA arm is a shaky, miserable experience. Every keystroke, every slight palm rest on the desk that it is mounted to, and the monitor wobbles.
  2. The "HDR" feels like a fake HDR - I leave it off 99.9% of the time.
  3. The screen takes a LONG time to start up. Like, to go from 'idle' to actually displaying something can take upwards of 30-45 seconds upon 'wake'.

The inputs on the bottom feel almost too low. If you have a thick HDMI cable or power cable, I'd recommend getting yourself a 90 degree adapter.

No USB ports.
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