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43" Monoprice CrystalPro 3840x1200 120Hz Curved Ultrawide Quantum Dot Monitor EXPIRED

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Monoprice has 43" Monoprice CrystalPro 3840x1200 120Hz Curved Ultrawide Quantum Dot Monitor (40769) on sale for $599.99. Shipping is free.
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Monoprice via Target also has 43" Monoprice CrystalPro 3840x1200 120Hz Curved Ultrawide Quantum Dot Monitor (40769) on sale for $599.99. Shipping is free.
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Specs:
  • Screen Size: 43"
  • Resolution: 3840x1200
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • Panel Type: VA
  • Panel Model: Samsung LSM430YP01
  • Response Time: 4ms
  • Curvature: 1800R
  • Color Gamut: sRGB 99%, NTSC 100%, DCI-P3 95%, Adobe® RGB 94%
  • Color Depth: 8-bit
  • VESA: 75x75mm
  • Ports:
    • 1x DisiplayPort 1.2
    • 1x HDMI 2.0
    • 2x HDMI 1.4
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    • Rated 4.7 out of 5 stars from 12 user reviews on Monoprice.com
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Target has the 43" Monoprice CrystalPro DFHD 1800 R Curved 3840x1200p 120Hz Quantum Dot VA on sale for $599.99. Regularly $699 on Monoprice. Shipping is free. Returns are free.

Specs:
Resolution: 3840x1200p (DFHD)
Refresh Rate 120Hz
Response Time: 4ms
Contrast Ratio: 3000:1
Panel Type: VA
VESA Mount: 75x75mm
View Angles: 178°/178° (H/V)
Curvature: 1800R
Maximum Brightness: 400 cd/m2
Panel Model: Samsung LSM430YP01
Inputs:
1x DisplayPort 1.2
1x HDMI 2.0
2x HDMI 1.4

Save $100 Off (14% savings) the original price of $699 on Monoprice.

4.5 out of 5 stars rating based on 12 reviews at Monoprice

*FREE RETURNS WITHIN 30 DAYS TO ANY TARGET STORE*

QA note: no longer available, please see FP for additional purchase options.

https://www.target.com/p/monopric...nk=sametab
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I'm not a monitor expert or spec nazi like many others here, but the resolution strikes me as a bit odd. I would've expect at least 1440p for a screen this gigantic. It also doesn't appear to have any USB ports. Seems like a pretty basic, large, curved VA panel.
specs says "Equivalent to two 24in 16:9 monitors side-by-side", even though it should technically say 16:10.

basically two ~24in 1920x1200 monitors side by side. not a bad thing for productivity and gaming. the aspect ratio is wider than your typical 21:9 ultrawide gaming monitors (it would be 32:10).

that should be fairly typical in terms of pixel density. it won't be as sharp as a 4k 32in monitor, but shouldn't be an issue.

i'm actually kinda tempted, but i'm wary of what people say about the quality of monoprice monitors. if anyone actually has experience and would like to chime in, that would be greatly appreciated.

edit - does anyone know if this monitor is g-sync compatible?
Good price, but the resolution is just strange. I think I'll pass on this one.

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what do you guys think? Is this worth it?
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I'm not a monitor expert or spec nazi like many others here, but the resolution strikes me as a bit odd. I would've expect at least 1440p for a screen this gigantic. It also doesn't appear to have any USB ports. Seems like a pretty basic, large, curved VA panel.
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Quote from KevoD :
I'm not a monitor expert or spec nazi like many others here, but the resolution strikes me as a bit odd. I would've expect at least 1440p for a screen this gigantic. It also doesn't appear to have any USB ports. Seems like a pretty basic, large, curved VA panel.
specs says "Equivalent to two 24in 16:9 monitors side-by-side", even though it should technically say 16:10.

basically two ~24in 1920x1200 monitors side by side. not a bad thing for productivity and gaming. the aspect ratio is wider than your typical 21:9 ultrawide gaming monitors (it would be 32:10).

that should be fairly typical in terms of pixel density. it won't be as sharp as a 4k 32in monitor, but shouldn't be an issue.

i'm actually kinda tempted, but i'm wary of what people say about the quality of monoprice monitors. if anyone actually has experience and would like to chime in, that would be greatly appreciated.

edit - does anyone know if this monitor is g-sync compatible?
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Quote from KevoD :
I'm not a monitor expert or spec nazi like many others here, but the resolution strikes me as a bit odd. I would've expect at least 1440p for a screen this gigantic. It also doesn't appear to have any USB ports. Seems like a pretty basic, large, curved VA panel.
Still should be useable at this resolution but I would go with 2 Dell U2415's or 2 P2421's for less
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The resolution looks like the equivalent of dual 24 or 27 inch monitors in 16:10 or FHD+.
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Quote from muchwow :
specs says "Equivalent to two 24in 16:9 monitors side-by-side", even though it should technically say 16:10.

basically two ~24in 1920x1200 monitors side by side. not a bad thing for productivity and gaming. the aspect ratio is wider than your typical 21:9 ultrawide gaming monitors (it would be 32:10).

that should be fairly typical in terms of pixel density. it won't be as sharp as a 4k 32in monitor, but shouldn't be an issue.

i'm actually kinda tempted, but i'm wary of what people say about the quality of monoprice monitors. if anyone actually has experience and would like to chime in, that would be greatly appreciated.

edit - does anyone know if this monitor is g-sync compatible?
I have a MP 35" for work that went on sale last year for a little under $400, 3440x1440, 100hz, VA Samsung panel. Upgraded my home office to this ultrawide and it's been a fantastic performer for the price. I say it's solid. This major benefit of this deal is you'd have an easier return in case of dead pixels or any issues since you can return to a major retailer B&M like Target (assuming you live by one).
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Good price, but the resolution is just strange. I think I'll pass on this one.
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Gosh. These deals are always so similar. SD needs a staff user reset. This posting model is broken. I can predict 95% of the deal posts for the next day.
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Quote from KevoD :
I'm not a monitor expert or spec nazi like many others here, but the resolution strikes me as a bit odd. I would've expect at least 1440p for a screen this gigantic. It also doesn't appear to have any USB ports. Seems like a pretty basic, large, curved VA panel.

Think of it as a 4k panel with the bottom cut off to make it ultrawide.
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Samsung G9 or bust.
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Good for work, but for gaming at only if you play on ultra low settings
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Quote from techinsiderreviews :
Good for work, but for gaming at only if you play on ultra low settings
Depends. This is still quite a bit less than 4K in terms of pixel pushing. So anyone setup with enough power to drive 4K would be fine.
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Quantum dot. What's next, quark point display? CAN WE GO SMALLER?!
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