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34" HP X34 Ultra Wide 3440x1440 165Hz 1ms IPS Gaming Monitor EXPIRED

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B&H Photo Video has 34" HP X34 Ultra Wide IPS Gaming Monitor (2V7W4AA#ABA) on sale for $349.99. Shipping is free.

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Note: Expected availability: 3-5 weeks

Specs:
  • Resolution: 3440x1440 WQHD
  • Brightness: 400 nits
  • Refresh Rate: 165Hz
  • Response Time: 1ms GtG (w/ overdrive)
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • Features: HDR 400, Low blue light mode; Anti-glare; Height adjustable; AMD Freesync Premium; Gaming Console Compatible
  • Ports:
    • 1x HDMI 2.0
    • 1x DisplayPort 1.4
  • VESA: 100x100mm

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Site says 16:9 but monitor is 21:9

BestBuy carries the same monitor so you could possibly get them to price match YMMV

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...aming.html > expected availability 3-5 weeks
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I snagged two last time and couldn't be happier.

Non curve is fantastic for office work and productivity.

For anyone on the edge. My thoughts: Peace

Got 2 and a simple dual-stacked monitor stand (Newegg and Amazon sell em for $30-40). 3440x1440 x 2 = is greater than 4k vertical and almost 7k horizontal. Bottom HP 34x at eye level and top tilted 5 degrees.

*Pic below*

Pros:

For office and financial work - this is amazing. NOT having a curve is fantastic for this size. All excel, charts and graphs have straight lines - nothing warped and bending. Curve is great for gaming and immersion - but horrible for productivity.
Strong brightness for use near a window.
More resolution than QHD - these are 3440x1440
Easy to use 100x vesa mount - no spacers or adapters needed. Provided screws work with with nearly any mount / arm.
Liquid smooth 165hz through display port (3060TI or any modern graphics card) - never going back to annoying 60hz. Moving the cursor or resizing windows / objects is effortless and has no flicker.
Above average color and text sharpness. Easy on the eyes even at higher brightness levels.
Thin bezels - as you can see from the attached picture I inverted the top 34x so the thin bezels are in the middle.
HP Omen software a nice surprise - lightweight / no conflicts - and almost all monitor adjustments can be done for EVERY monitor plugged in through your windows desktop/mouse cursor. Fast and no reaching behind the monitor pressing buttons (though some specific power / sleep options only available with the buttons)

Cons:

1 inch of vignetting on each size when viewing straight on. Only noticeable with a solid white background. Essentially 32 inches seems to be the limit of a wide monitor before this happens - hence why most are curved.
Pixel pitch not gong to be as sharp as say a 4k 27 inch or 32 inch....but those at 144hz are always double the price of these. You come out ahead if you purchase 2 of these and stack em.
IPS glow but no worse than any other non-full array LED monitor.
Like most IPS LEDs - HDR lackluster.


Highly recommended for anyone in the office - no brainer at $350 or $450. Especially when stacked together.

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Says three to five weeks availability
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Would jump on it if it is curved. 34" flat maybe too much for my neck. I ahve an Acer 34" curve and that is a bit much in a dual monitor setup
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Shouldn't it be curved?
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Anyone have any recommendations on a vertical mount for this monitor that isn't a clamp to desk style but a good quality built stand?
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Amazon had same deal for same price on July 18. Still hasn't shipped yet.
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Quote from tinsterhk :
Would jump on it if it is curved. 34" flat maybe too much for my neck. I ahve an Acer 34" curve and that is a bit much in a dual monitor setup
my eyes are so bad that I can't view entire screen on a 34" ultrawide if I don't sit close to it; I would have to keep turning my neck to see stuff Wave
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This is the perfect spec low price ips monitor... They just forgot to put the curve in the screen .
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I snagged two last time and couldn't be happier.

Non curve is fantastic for office work and productivity.

For anyone on the edge. My thoughts: Peace

Got 2 and a simple dual-stacked monitor stand (Newegg and Amazon sell em for $30-40). 3440x1440 x 2 = is greater than 4k vertical and almost 7k horizontal. Bottom HP 34x at eye level and top tilted 5 degrees.

*Pic below*

Pros:
  • For office and financial work - this is amazing. NOT having a curve is fantastic for this size. All excel, charts and graphs have straight lines - nothing warped and bending. Curve is great for gaming and immersion - but horrible for productivity.
  • Strong brightness for use near a window.
  • More resolution than QHD - these are 3440x1440
  • Easy to use 100x vesa mount - no spacers or adapters needed. Provided screws work with with nearly any mount / arm.
  • Liquid smooth 165hz through display port (3060TI or any modern graphics card) - never going back to annoying 60hz. Moving the cursor or resizing windows / objects is effortless and has no flicker.
  • Above average color and text sharpness. Easy on the eyes even at higher brightness levels.
  • Thin bezels - as you can see from the attached picture I inverted the top 34x so the thin bezels are in the middle.
  • HP Omen software a nice surprise - lightweight / no conflicts - and almost all monitor adjustments can be done for EVERY monitor plugged in through your windows desktop/mouse cursor. Fast and no reaching behind the monitor pressing buttons (though some specific power / sleep options only available with the buttons)
Cons:
  • 1 inch of vignetting on each size when viewing straight on. Only noticeable with a solid white background. Essentially 32 inches seems to be the limit of a wide monitor before this happens - hence why most are curved.
  • Pixel pitch not gong to be as sharp as say a 4k 27 inch or 32 inch....but those at 144hz are always double the price of these. You come out ahead if you purchase 2 of these and stack em.
  • IPS glow but no worse than any other non-full array LED monitor.
  • Like most IPS LEDs - HDR lackluster.

Highly recommended for anyone in the office - no brainer at $350 or $450. Especially when stacked together.

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Quote from tinsterhk :
Would jump on it if it is curved. 34" flat maybe too much for my neck. I ahve an Acer 34" curve and that is a bit much in a dual monitor setup
honeatly being an IPS, the lack of curve probably doesn't matter. It's more needed to help with viewing angles of VA panels, my curved 35 inch ultrawide isn't really curved enough for it to make a significant difference on ease of viewing
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This has popped up a few times this year. There's threeish previous threads if you want more reviews/opinions. I'm still using mine and really love it.
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I bought this and thought it was a decent monitor all around especially for the price. However, I didn't realize how much I neededthe curve and I ended up returning it because my eyes could not adapt to the flat screen.
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Quote from DelightfulCrib237 :
Amazon had same deal for same price on July 18. Still hasn't shipped yet.
Got mine and it was broke smh …. And of course no replacement
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Is this slicker than the Gigabyte 34" that was FP?... This is 165Hz refresh and is $100 cheaper...
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