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Costco Members: 35" LG 35WN65C-B 3440x1440 100Hz UltraWide HDR10 VA Monitor EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for its Members: 35" LG 35WN65C-B 3440x1440 QHD 100Hz UltraWide HDR10 VA FreeSync Monitor on sale for $399.99. Shipping is free. Thanks harrytran

Specs:
  • Resolution: 3440x1440 (4K UHD)
  • Refresh Rate: 100Hz
  • Response Time: 5ms (GtG)
  • Viewing Angles: 178/178 Degrees
  • HDR10, FreeSync, RGB 99% Color Gamut
  • Panel Type: VA
  • Viewing Angle: 178/178
  • Tilt/Height Adjustable Stand
  • VESA: 100x100mm
  • Inputs:
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x DisplayPort
    • 2x USB Downstream
    • 1x USB Upstream
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Original price: $499
Discount: $100
=> Final price: $399 (before tax)

* Note: non-membership will be charged 5%

https://www.costco.com/lg-35%22-c...95387.html

Features:
3440 x 1440 Resolution
100Hz Refresh Rate
5ms Response Time
AMD FreeSync Technology
HDMI, Display Port and USB 3.0 Cables Included
SPEAKER: YES
VA panel and no usb-c
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eskilaar asked this question on 2020-11-22 16:54 PM
2020-11-23 13:55 PM
no it does not.
2020-11-29 22:50 PM
I think the previous poster maybe wrong. This seems to be possible using software as demonstrated on the LG site.

See: https://www.lg.com/uk/monitors/lg-35wn65c-b

Look for the video showing OnScreen Control
2020-11-30 10:53 AM
The OnScreen control is not PBP. PBP allows split screens from multiple sources (computers). The below website indicates that the PBP feature is not included.

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/lg-35-35wn65c-3440x1440-va-100hz-freesync-srgb99-hdr-10-curved-led-backlit-ultrawide-gaming-monitor-mo-15s-lg.html
FabulousPocket6262 asked this question on 2020-11-20 17:52 PM

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Perfect for office work and light gaming if you aren't holding out for a sub $500 IPS.
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I wouldn't say this is bad for gaming, there are definetly better gaming monitors if you are a pro gamer or what the best...

Another difference between this and the Acer, Acer has no height adjustment, LG has inputs straight/perpendicular into the monitor, acer is parallel so will have a lot better adjustments on a desk close to a way or mount, however lacks height adjustments.

I was personally going to get the Acer but have decided to hold off on monitor as it's not a required purchase. But as others mentioned, if you are doing tons of competitive gaming then get acer, else grab LG
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So which one is better? Sounds like LG?
I returned Acer. Also you can control every monitor settings with LG software. It's really easy to use. Acer speakers are horrible. You will have to get extra speaker anyway. It's worth $50
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How about this one at Costco?
Samsung 32" Class UHD Thunderbolt Borderless Monitor
Online Price579.99$
Less130.00 $ -
Your Price449.99
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Wonder how this compares to the Monoprice Dark Matter (Samsung Panel?) or the Acer Costco one. Anyone try out a few of these?
I would buy from Costco in a heat beat over Monoprice.
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Nice. Wish it was 165hz
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Well, what are you interested in procuring? The Acer is $50 less and 144Hz with a 1ms response time. Same (exactly the same I am guessing...but cannot confirm the Acer panel) as the Dark Matter deal...also @$349).

The LG includes a display port cable if that helps.
It is also 1" "larger". Otherwise, I don't see much reason to go with it unless you just prefer the name LG.

....of course, the Costco Acer went OOS and isn't available with the $349 price yet (Cyber Monday deal, right?). I bought one, planning to price match it later, but wasn't thrilled with the Acer (probably due to my own use case) as it seemed overkill (not much gaming for me) with mediocre color, so I returned it. That is not to say the value of that monitor isn't great when compared to other current offers though. Especially when combined with Costco's monitor warranty policy.
Funny, I'm sitting here at my desk debating on whether or not I want to keep the same Acer monitor. It's a decent monitor and all, but I've got a 32" non UW Acer I was using before - 1440p, 144hz, 4ms RST, and I feel like the 34" isn't great for my use.
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Bought one right when it's live
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Thanks I ended up ordering this. Only planning on using this for work / normal internet use (play games on my Xbox). I'm going from working through a small laptop screen to this and a mouse / keyboard setup... productivity's gonna go wayyyyy up
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I returned Acer. Also you can control every monitor settings with LG software. It's really easy to use. Acer speakers are horrible. You will have to get extra speaker anyway. It's worth $50
Sharing some specs from both the spec sheets that I thought might be relevant...would love to hear thoughts on these...

ACER
144hz, 1ms response (clearly ahead of the LG here)
Color saturation - 93% DCI-P3 (how does this compare to the LG?)
Brightness - 320 nits native, 400 nits peak
Speakers - 2x 2W
Display stand - tilt only
2x display port 1.4
DisplayHDR400 certified (from the little research I did it sounds like this is inferior to HDR10 or at least does not mean the Acer is HDR10 certified)
https://mobilecontent.costco.com/..._Sheet.pdf

LG
100hz, 5ms response
Color saturation - 99% sRGB
Brightness - only listed as 300 nits (unsure whether native or peak)
Speakers - 2x 7W
Display stand - Height and tilt
1x Display port (doesn't explicitly say it's 1.4)
HDR10 certified
Display port cable included which costs around $20
https://mobilecontent.costco.com/..._Sheet.pdf

So to my monitor ignoramus brain it seems like the LG beats out the Acer when it comes to color accuracy (and has the bonus of better speakers and stand).... BUT the Acer has better refresh rates, response time and brightness

I'm leaning towards the Acer but I guess my main question is.... Is the difference between color accuracy significant based on these specs? I don't know how to interpret them and whether the color saturation differences are basically nothing or a LOT

(fwiw I plan on doing non competitive gaming and hopefully get my middle school kid into design, animation and editing)
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Which one is better? Thanks!

Costco - Acer 34" Curved 144Hz UWQHD 1ms VRB FreeSync Premium Pro Gaming Monitor $349.99 | Starting November 30th
https://slickdeals.net/f/14483375-acer-34-curved-144hz-uwqhd-1ms-vrb-freesync-premium-pro-gaming-monitor-349-99-starting-november-30th?v=1

Costco - LG 35 inch; Class Ultrawide Curved WQHD HDR10 Monitor ($100 off, final $399)
https://slickdeals.net/f/14579530-lg-35-inch-class-ultrawide-curved-wqhd-hdr10-monitor-100-off-final-399

Dell - 32" Dell S3220DGF Curved 2560x1440 QHD FreeSync Gaming Monitor $330 + Free Shipping
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Quote from jingyong0815
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How about this one at Costco?
Samsung 32" Class UHD Thunderbolt Borderless Monitor
Online Price579.99$
Less130.00 $ -
Your Price449.99
I bought it and then returned it. Nice features but display is just okay. Now ordered this 34 inch and waiting to get it delivered. Hopefully it will be better than Samsung
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This is what I'm going to buy. Actually I'm going to buy 2 of these.

But I'll keep my eye out for an ultrawide 1440p IPS at $400 or less.

Does this apply to the Costco unlimited warranty or 90 day?
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Just by a USB-C converter. It'll give you HDMI, USB3, etc. connectivity.
I've noticed that USB-C adapters don't display the correct resolution when I switch to picture by picture mode
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Can't go wrong w/ LG and Costco combo! Thanks!
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