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Costco Members: 35" LG 35WN65C-B 3440x1440 100Hz UltraWide VA FreeSync 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.

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Note, must be logged into your Costco account w/ an active membership

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  • Resolution: 3440x1440 (UWQHD)
  • Refresh Rate: 100Hz
  • Response Time: 5ms (GtG)
  • Viewing Angles: 178/178 Degrees
  • HDR10, FreeSync, RGB 99% Color Gamut
  • Panel Type: VA
  • Tilt/Height Adjustable Stand
  • VESA: 100x100mm
    • Inputs
      • 2x HDMI
      • 1x DisplayPort
      • 2x USB Downstream
      • 1x USB Upstream
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Costco Wholesale [costco.com] has for its Members: 35" LG 35WN65C-B 3440x1440 QHD 100Hz UltraWide HDR10 VA FreeSync Monitor on sale for $399.99. Price includes shipping.

Specs:
  • Resolution: 3440x1440 (UWQHD)
  • Curved Display
  • 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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Quote from jrb531 :
3440x1440=4,953,600 = 4k

1920x1080=2,073,600 = 2k

Seems 4k to me Smilie
4K is a really misleading term. It really should be 4X, because it is literally the same resolution as having 4 monitors that are 1080p. But hey, what's in a name...

Quote from ChristopherJLee :
If so cant recommend, the va panels in general all look fuzzy
/out of focus compared to ips panels. For now im dell ultrasharps ips but id prefer an LG ips for better user interface.
It really is a personal thing that will vary user to user. I came from Dell Ultrasharp IPS 1920x1200 displays to an AOC 34" 3440x1440 VA panel and I think it looks fine. But my "professional" use case is development, not something that is color sensitive. In gaming it's great.

Quote from midnightblade :
Been looking to buy a new monitor. Ideally I'd like to get the gigabyte 144hz ultrawide but it seems like that's never coming back in stock. Given that this is from LG and from Costco I think it's a good tradeoff.
If I'm not mistaken, when the Gigabyte was announced we were hearing that it uses the same panel as the AOC. Specs seem to be the same, so that might be a nice value choice. The only complaint that I have about the AOC is that the OSD sucks.

IMO the LG should be an even better display, but being limited to 100Hz is a little low for gaming when you can get 144Hz for similar prices/just a tad more.
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Is this available in store?
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Good for magic mirror ?
It is curved so it may be hard to get 2 way acrylic or glass that will work
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Quote from jrb531 :
3440x1440=4,953,600 = 4k

1920x1080=2,073,600 = 2k

Seems 4k to me Smilie
4k: 3840x2160=8,294,400

A traditional 4k display still has 67% more pixels than this ultrawide.
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Quote from itsxjustin :
Va gaming

Ips creatives
Agree but only advantage to VA is response time / refresh rate. IPS is easier on your eyes and there are IPS panels with similar refresh rates. Higher price, sure but less eye strain headaches especially for marathon gaming sessions.
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Quote from FeistyFuel8183 :
Wrong. 4k 16:9 has 8,294,400 pixels. Its not by total pixel count its by horizontal resolution. 2560x1080= 2k, 2560x1440= 2k 3440x1440= 3k, 3840x2160= 4k
Not exactly true. It is more based on the horizontal width if the screen was cut down to a 16:9 ratio. Technically and 1080p resolution would be 2k which is part of the reason 4k was a dumb name to begin with. Ultrawide montiors add more horizontal pixels (and often add a W or UW in front) so it would make more sense to base it on the vertical pixels like they did for 1080p, 720p and note if they are ultrawide or super ultrawide (24:9 or 32:9 aspect ratios).
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Quote from rentvent :
Factory calibrated. In-4-1.
I noticed that LG says this with a lot of their monitors, but that couldn't be further from the truth. I wouldn't get it just because you think it's calibrated.
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tempting...
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Quote from Xtracheese :
Tempting specs. Anyone with personal experiences with these have an opinion?
I have this from November. Is a great monitor for productivity. My wife is using it as an accountant. The speakers are lacking but I didn't expect them to be amazing either.
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Echoing this monitor being great. Use it everyday since I bought it during BF.

No issues here.
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Quote from Koletsb :
For working at home, is waiting for a USB C display worth it? Ready for upgrade for my macbook pro but want to make sure I buy the right one.
Personally I went all in on LG QHD USB-C at the expense of other features for price back in April. It's a bit overrated and the laptop charging isn't always reliable, I find myself keeping the power cord plugged in as well most of the time and I added a gaming laptop to my desk.... wishing I had a better all around display for that.
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Quote from blaze741 :
Echoing this monitor being great. Use it everyday since I bought it during BF.

No issues here.
Mind saying how much was it at BF?
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Quote from 1swt2gs :
Done hours of research and it seems like this is a direct competitor to the gigabyte 144hz G34WQC, which is said to be the better monitor of the two but has been OOS for a while.

Both priced at $400.

Gigabyte 144hz, better srgb (120% and 85% rgb, better brightness)

As someone who mainly uses monitor for EVERYTHING (80% productivity, video/photo editing, 20% casual gaming) is the G34WQC worth waiting for? Does this LG do anything better than the Gigabyte?
Checkout the MSI panels I replied earlier in the thread.
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Mind saying how much was it at BF?
Same price
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