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27" Monoprice Zero-G 2560x1440 144Hz VA 1500R FreeSync Curved Gaming Monitor EXPIRED

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Monoprice has 27" Monoprice Zero-G 2560x1440 144Hz VA 1500R FreeSync Curved Gaming Monitor for $174.99. To earn Slickdeals Cashback, before purchase, follow the cashback instructions below. Shipping is free.

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 2560x1440 QHD
  • Refresh Rate: 144Hz
  • Response Time: 6ms
  • Panel Type: VA
  • Contrast Ratio: 4000:1
  • Viewing Angle: 178°/178°
  • VESA: 75x75mm
  • HDR/Adapative Sync
  • Curved 1500R
  • Inputs
    • 2x HDMI 1.4
    • HDM 2.0
    • DisplayPort 1.2a

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    • This price is $25 lower than the last time this monitor was a Frontpage Deal.
    • This price is $75 lower (30% savings) than the list price of $249.99.
  • About this product:
    • 1-Year PixelPerfect Warranty
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...How often are you buying new 3 monitor setups?
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Not sure how good this sale is, but it beats the price of other similarly spec'd monitors. Thanks for the heads up!
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6ms response time? I guess it's cheap...but you can do better. Hp deal was better imo. That was a steal.
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6ms response time? I guess it's cheap...but you can do better. Hp deal was better imo. That was a steal.
Can you share the link to that deal, even if it's expired? Want to see how good it was. Thanks
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I think these are good to add to a central one that is better.

I tend to buy less expensive wings on a 3 monitor set ups.
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I think these are good to add to a central one that is better.

I tend to buy less expensive wings on a 3 monitor set ups.
...How often are you buying new 3 monitor setups?
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I have 4 kids all into gaming, 2 of us are uw with secondary monitor. The other 3 have 3 monitor set ups.

wife has 3 monitor set up non gaming but all 32 inch 2560 by 1600 true color dells. (photographer)

so what happens is that they all had nice 27 inch or 32 inch monitors and then they wanted a second one and at that point depending on the set up I might just buy 2 to flank the center one.

I also have a mobile set up one for airplane and one for car.

my car set up is two 144hz 27 inch monitors in a gator cases thar I either my desktop or connect to my gtx 2070 laptop.(usually it's rhe laptop).

if I am on airplane airport I have 2 17 inch portable monitors to splice next to my 17 inch laptop but rhey are 60 hz where as NY native is 144.

and yes my electricity bill runs between 600 to 800 a month.

everyone with min 600 watt psu with massive monitors.
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I have 4 kids all into gaming, 2 of us are uw with secondary monitor. The other 3 have 3 monitor set ups.

wife has 3 monitor set up non gaming but all 32 inch 2560 by 1600 true color dells. (photographer)

so what happens is that they all had nice 27 inch or 32 inch monitors and then they wanted a second one and at that point depending on the set up I might just buy 2 to flank the center one.

I also have a mobile set up one for airplane and one for car.

my car set up is two 144hz 27 inch monitors in a gator cases thar I either my desktop or connect to my gtx 2070 laptop.(usually it's rhe laptop).

if I am on airplane airport I have 2 17 inch portable monitors to splice next to my 17 inch laptop but rhey are 60 hz where as NY native is 144.

and yes my electricity bill runs between 600 to 800 a month.

everyone with min 600 watt psu with massive monitors.
Wait why do you have this extravagant set up for the airplane/airport???
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Quote from PhatAzz :
I have 4 kids all into gaming, 2 of us are uw with secondary monitor. The other 3 have 3 monitor set ups.

wife has 3 monitor set up non gaming but all 32 inch 2560 by 1600 true color dells. (photographer)

so what happens is that they all had nice 27 inch or 32 inch monitors and then they wanted a second one and at that point depending on the set up I might just buy 2 to flank the center one.

I also have a mobile set up one for airplane and one for car.

my car set up is two 144hz 27 inch monitors in a gator cases thar I either my desktop or connect to my gtx 2070 laptop.(usually it's rhe laptop).

if I am on airplane airport I have 2 17 inch portable monitors to splice next to my 17 inch laptop but rhey are 60 hz where as NY native is 144.

and yes my electricity bill runs between 600 to 800 a month.

everyone with min 600 watt psu with massive monitors.
Why the downvotes when the reply is answering someone's question?
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I paid $157 for this monitor (used) on June 6, 2021, so it has held up for almost a year. No other monitor deal on SD in the past year has beat this one.
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Wait why do you have this extravagant set up for the airplane/airport???
Well, I need the extra screens for general work productivity and of course having a large family all that games, someone is bound to want to game. Lan parties etc.

Of course my kids are into competition whether or not it's the local internet cafe hosting, or something more of a convention but if we travel there's someone in the family that needs the set up.
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Well, I need the extra screens for general work productivity and of course having a large family all that games, someone is bound to want to game. Lan parties etc.

Of course my kids are into competition whether or not it's the local internet cafe hosting, or something more of a convention but if we travel there's someone in the family that needs the set up.
Ah ok I think I misinterpreted it as you literally use it while at the airport and on the airplane. I totally understand and have been looking for the same "set up" now that my travel is picking up again. I really need two externals for my work at all times. Running off the laptop just doesn't get it done. Thanks
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Ah ok I think I misinterpreted it as you literally use it while at the airport and on the airplane. I totally understand and have been looking for the same "set up" now that my travel is picking up again. I really need two externals for my work at all times. Running off the laptop just doesn't get it done. Thanks
you can get 15.6 inch 1080p monitors for as low as 110-130 when they go on sale. 60 hz. There are now gaming portables with high refresh rates as well but those run up in the 300+ range usually for something 144hz.
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