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    • This is the lowest price we've seen for the 49" Monoprice 5120x1440 120Hz 1800R Quantum Dot FreeSync VA Curved Gaming Monitor; the previous low was $800 for a new one Frontpage deal from earlier in March.
    • Offer valid while supplies last. Open Box products includes a 30-day money back guarantee.
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    • 34" Monoprice Dark Matter Curved 1440p 144Hz Ultrawide Gaming Monitor: 4.5 out of 5 stars rating at Monoprice
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Only 90 days warranty. Which means no one year stuck/dead pixel policy they offer for new ones plus returns from customers after who knows what type of handling.

Not sure it is worth the risk.
I have the Zero-G 35", love it, awesome for gaming, great for something where you need a lot of screen real estate. Love the curve. I do kind of miss my dual monitors, as related to my work I need multiple Word/PDFs/websites open and having 2 smaller monitors was more seamless in this regard.

Just get it. Initially, I saw it on sale, after I did my research, the sale was done and I had to wait for 2 months for the next sale. I got a second one for another computer, a MP monitor via target where they have the same prices as MP, got the redcard 5% and some amount of rebate. Doubt they have open box though.

GLTA!
If you're not a gamer, those specs shouldn't make any difference to you. Outside of gaming at 144hz and some better color due to quantum dot tech, I would say it's not worth the upgrade.

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I was thinking about pulling the trigger today. Looks like I will wait until tomorrow
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Not really a gamer, is it worth the upgrade to the 34" from the 35"?
I see better response time 8 to 4ms, better curve 1800R to 1500R, better frequency 100hz to 144hz.
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Says 30-day money-back guarantee, anybody have any experience with the return process with monoprice, specifically monitors?
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Not really a gamer, is it worth the upgrade to the 34" from the 35"?
I see better response time 8 to 4ms, worse curve 1800r to 1500r, better frequency 100hz to 144hz.
If you're not a gamer, those specs shouldn't make any difference to you. Outside of gaming at 144hz and some better color due to quantum dot tech, I would say it's not worth the upgrade.
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How the Dark Matter monitor? I'm looking to play some Flight Simulator and occasional FPS. I also use dual monitors for work. How would a widescreen handle apps like Office and some web based apps like SharePoint and what have you?
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Only 90 days warranty. Which means no one year stuck/dead pixel policy they offer for new ones plus returns from customers after who knows what type of handling.

Not sure it is worth the risk.
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The Dark Matter at $299 is a steal but Open Box.....Hmmm.......

You have 90 days to see what condition its in and then your are done.

Anybody have had success with Open box monitors from these guys?
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Is there a way to see all OB monitors?
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Just a heads up, I bought a 35" ZeroG open box monitor from Monoprice back in Feb 2020 and I have had no issues with it. Save extra on shipping fees if you can pick up in person. Hopefully this helps.
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Interested in the Dark Matter one, but coming from a Dell U3415W, is this a huge upgrade for someone who games and uses the monitor for work? I love the KVM switch within the Dell U3415W, wondering if Dark matter has similar.
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How the Dark Matter monitor? I'm looking to play some Flight Simulator and occasional FPS. I also use dual monitors for work. How would a widescreen handle apps like Office and some web based apps like SharePoint and what have you?
These are great deals. Solid monitors, some are Samsung panels. Good CS, and they have a guarantee that there won't be a dead pixel and you can return it within 30 days for open box items. Longer for IB.
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Interested in the Dark Matter one, but coming from a Dell U3415W, is this a huge upgrade for someone who games and uses the monitor for work? I love the KVM switch within the Dell U3415W, wondering if Dark matter has similar.
I have the Zero-G 35", love it, awesome for gaming, great for something where you need a lot of screen real estate. Love the curve. I do kind of miss my dual monitors, as related to my work I need multiple Word/PDFs/websites open and having 2 smaller monitors was more seamless in this regard.

Just get it. Initially, I saw it on sale, after I did my research, the sale was done and I had to wait for 2 months for the next sale. I got a second one for another computer, a MP monitor via target where they have the same prices as MP, got the redcard 5% and some amount of rebate. Doubt they have open box though.

GLTA!
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Anyone own the 49" or the 43"? How do you like it?

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