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35" Monoprice Zero-G 3440x1440 Curved FreeSync Gaming Monitor EXPIRED

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Monoprice has 35" Monoprice Zero-G 3440x1440 Curved FreeSync Gaming Monitor (38035) on sale for $299.99. Shipping is free.

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 3440x1440
  • Refresh Rate: 100Hz (120Hz Overclocked)
  • Response Time: 8ms (4ms OD)
  • Panel Type: VA
  • AMD FreeSync
  • Curvature: 1800R
  • VESA Mount Compatible
  • Ports:
    • 1x DisplayPort 1.2
    • 1x HDMI 2.0
    • 2x HDMI 1.4

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  • Per the review from Tom's Hardware: "The 35" Monoprice Zero-G has image quality topping the vendor's other monitors and sports excellent build quality. It’s one of the best values in a 21:9 curved screen we’ve seen to date."
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Good morning, Monoprice has this monitor for $300 (25% off)
Monoprice 35in Zero-G Curved Ultra-Wide Gaming Monitor - 1800R, 21:9, 3440x1440p, UWQHD, 100Hz (120Hz OC), AMD FreeSync, 4ms, HDMI, DisplayPort, VA

https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=38035
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I purchased this monitor a few weeks ago when it was on sale for the same price at Walmart. It arrived with one small cluster of dead pixels. I was able to get Monoprice to send me a replacement relatively easily. Even the more expensive brands mistakenly ship units with dead pixels, so I don't see this as a knock against Monoprice.

The replacement monitor works perfectly for my tasks. I don't play video games, but I use it for work and school. My laptop only supports one external monitor. Having a large ultrawide monitor likes this allows me to view three separate documents at once. I specifically looked for something with 1440p resolution because 1080p is not good for reading once you get above 28 or 30 inches.

So far I highly recommend the monitor.
I picked this up last BF for this price, I have been very happy with it, It is a good general use monitor that is sufficient for most daily needs. If you are looking for a hard core gaming monitor this is probably not what you are looking for. If you are needing daily use as a work from home type setup it is great.

I also just received the Monoprice 34 inch Dark Matter monitor currently on sale but out of stock for $350. I have them setup in a dual monitor config and so far I could not be happier. The Dark Matter monitor is definitely the superior product for games and has a much richer picture with its Q Dot display. Blacks are much better and the color is better. If you put the same picture on both monitors, you really see the difference.

Having seen and used both now, if I had to decide between the two, I would without question spend the extra 50 bucks and get the Dark Matter. I am hoping it will come back in stock because I would really like to have two of them and then the Zero G set up in a 3 display config. Might be a bit of overkill as with the two of them I already have a lateral measurement of 62 inches of display. However, as my wife keeps telling me, I have to have a circle of monitors around me a just turn one on its arm mount to allow enough room for me to squeeze out of my desk area.

Just my .02
Recommended. Bought this monitor recently from a Target deal for the same price. Out of the box it had washed out colors but it is now excellent after calibrating using Tom's hardware settings:

Link to Tom's hardware review: https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...-g-35-inch

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Looks to be a good mid-point between the Costco Samsung 34" flat UWQHD ($269, 75Hz, 90OC) and the Costco Acer 34" curved UWQHD ($349 on Cyber Monday, 144Hz, HDR). Solid for the price if you don't need the full 144Hz.

Just noticed that this might be a repost though.
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Is it the basic sRGB useless color space, or can it see 99%+ Adobe RGB, or DCI93, etc?
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I purchased this monitor a few weeks ago when it was on sale for the same price at Walmart. It arrived with one small cluster of dead pixels. I was able to get Monoprice to send me a replacement relatively easily. Even the more expensive brands mistakenly ship units with dead pixels, so I don't see this as a knock against Monoprice.

The replacement monitor works perfectly for my tasks. I don't play video games, but I use it for work and school. My laptop only supports one external monitor. Having a large ultrawide monitor likes this allows me to view three separate documents at once. I specifically looked for something with 1440p resolution because 1080p is not good for reading once you get above 28 or 30 inches.

So far I highly recommend the monitor.
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Nice deal. I think the one thing the Samsung has is it's actually flat and not curved! If you're running more than one monitor in addition to your ultrawide, curved doesn't make too much sense. Which is why I wish they had more flat ultrawide deals! Right now, only Samsung fits that bill. The LG flats around this price are usually 2560x1080 (which is my old model that I've had for years), which works, but not as well as 3440 x 1440, which is why I just ordered the Samsung. The Samsung can be overclocked to 95hz refresh rate, not the best, but better than in it's stock form.
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I picked this up last BF for this price, I have been very happy with it, It is a good general use monitor that is sufficient for most daily needs. If you are looking for a hard core gaming monitor this is probably not what you are looking for. If you are needing daily use as a work from home type setup it is great.

I also just received the Monoprice 34 inch Dark Matter monitor currently on sale but out of stock for $350. I have them setup in a dual monitor config and so far I could not be happier. The Dark Matter monitor is definitely the superior product for games and has a much richer picture with its Q Dot display. Blacks are much better and the color is better. If you put the same picture on both monitors, you really see the difference.

Having seen and used both now, if I had to decide between the two, I would without question spend the extra 50 bucks and get the Dark Matter. I am hoping it will come back in stock because I would really like to have two of them and then the Zero G set up in a 3 display config. Might be a bit of overkill as with the two of them I already have a lateral measurement of 62 inches of display. However, as my wife keeps telling me, I have to have a circle of monitors around me a just turn one on its arm mount to allow enough room for me to squeeze out of my desk area.

Just my .02
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Is it the basic sRGB useless color space, or can it see 99%+ Adobe RGB, or DCI93, etc?
The panel is rated at 16.7 million colors, 100% sRGB.
The GIGABYTE G32QC does 94% of DCI-P3 color space, which is pretty impressive for a high refresh monitor. Though rated color space and accuracy in said color space are two different things.
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Recommended. Bought this monitor recently from a Target deal for the same price. Out of the box it had washed out colors but it is now excellent after calibrating using Tom's hardware settings:
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Here are the settings we used in our tests:
Picture Mode: Standard
Brightness: 34 (200 nits)
Contrast: 48
Gamma: 2.4
Color Temp: User Red 52, Green 48, Blue 49
Link to Tom's hardware review: https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...-g-35-inch
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My kiddo asked for a monitor for Christmas for his gaming. Is this a good one and about the best deal I'm going to find?
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the dell sd series 32" curved 165hz/1440p monitor deal for $330 ,wrecks this thing.
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Nice deal. I think the one thing the Samsung has is it's actually flat and not curved! If you're running more than one monitor in addition to your ultrawide, curved doesn't make too much sense. Which is why I wish they had more flat ultrawide deals! Right now, only Samsung fits that bill. The LG flats around this price are usually 2560x1080 (which is my old model that I've had for years), which works, but not as well as 3440 x 1440, which is why I just ordered the Samsung. The Samsung can be overclocked to 95hz refresh rate, not the best, but better than in it's stock form.
Ultrawide noob here:
What advantage does flat have over curved?

I read in some monitors the curve makes productivity tasks wonky looking. Is that it?
Thanks in advance.
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My kiddo asked for a monitor for Christmas for his gaming. Is this a good one and about the best deal I'm going to find?
look for the dell sd3220 deal on here , the monitor is beast for $330

you can also buy it a best buy locally.
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Looks to be a good mid-point between the Costco Samsung 34" flat UWQHD ($269, 75Hz, 90OC) and the Costco Acer 34" curved UWQHD ($349 on Cyber Monday, 144Hz, HDR). Solid for the price if you don't need the full 144Hz.

Just noticed that this might be a repost though.
How is this better than Costco Samsung 34"? It is $31 more and less reputable store and brand. Only thing is the curved monitor if that's important for you. Otherwise, Samsung from Costco is better
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