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Post #148012834 added 06-21-2021 8:37 PM by Trueseven in Deal Talk
OOS at this price
Post #148011259 added 06-21-2021 7:48 PM by PeteyTheStriker in Deal Talk
Still can have software related issues and scaling problems depending on applications. That is why I prefer to separate pieces of hardware.
Post #148011202 added 06-21-2021 7:46 PM by PeteyTheStriker in Deal Talk
They are capable of 2k but I run them at 1080 cause I like the resolution better for most things I do including gaming, personal preference. In the office I used 2k a lot when I had a ton of...
Post #148011157 added 06-21-2021 7:45 PM by FabulousCreator120 in Deal Talk
This doesn’t work fir every app and may not be your use case. If you’re on a Windows OS, you can press windows key and one of the arrow keys to move and app around and have it take up 1/2 or 1/4 of...
Post #148009024 added 06-21-2021 6:45 PM by Superorb in Deal Talk
What resolution are your 2 smaller monitors? I like your idea, but I don't want to need to spend a ton on 2 monitors.
Post #148007554 added 06-21-2021 6:04 PM by MeatBallSubmarine in Deal Talk
Got this for $250 last year and it's been great. I remember once it went down to around $209 but didn't last long. This is a solid price!
Post #148004008 added 06-21-2021 4:38 PM by SlickDillie in Deal Talk
Tempted to get two of these and run dual monitors
Post #148001947 added 06-21-2021 3:45 PM by ChrisTX12 in Deal Talk
Use Microsoft FancyZones for a software solution https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/powertoys/
Post #148000177 added 06-21-2021 3:03 PM by alikaz in Deal Talk
Huh? 60hz is the lowest a computer monitor can go except for some weird configs where you can only have 30hz. endez said it works at 75hz too which is nice. For work/business as long as it can 60...
Post #148000144 added 06-21-2021 3:02 PM by SiegfriedC in Deal Talk
running two of those at home, good monitor, the only problem is it only has 300 nits, but for 200 bucks you can really complain
Post #147998521 added 06-21-2021 2:29 PM by PeteyTheStriker in Deal Talk
If your software can run in window mode than yes..... Doing what your doing is the reason I hate large monitors like this I rather get 2 23-27" monitors and set them up side by side when I am running...
Post #147996487 added 06-21-2021 1:41 PM by endrez in Deal Talk
Running this on 75Hz @ 2k rn (I have this monitor and just grabbed another)
Post #147995953 added 06-21-2021 1:28 PM by TunnelBear in Deal Talk
60 hz? Won’t this be overkill for business or normal office purpose ?
Post #147994378 added 06-21-2021 12:53 PM by endrez in Deal Talk
Yeah it is back now! Thanks!
Post #147994153 added 06-21-2021 12:48 PM by tony424 in Deal Talk
Prime exclusive deal is still showing $209.
Post #147992722 added 06-21-2021 12:22 PM by endrez in Deal Talk
Shows 249.99 now
Post #147991429 added 06-21-2021 11:56 AM by dealdigger101 in Deal Talk
Got one,thanks OP.Seems like a good price overall for buisness use.
Post #147983572 added 06-21-2021 9:44 AM by parousia54 in Deal Talk
I guess this could be achieved on any monitor with a software. I use Spectacle on a mac. I believe windows already has built in window arrangement.
Anyone know if this monitor allows for split screen to run two applications side by side on the monitor?
Post #147966730 added 06-21-2021 1:15 AM by PralayNath in Deal Talk
32” QHD (2560 x 1440) IPS Display SRGB 99% Color Gamut HDR 10 Compatible AMD FreeSync Compatible 3-Side Virtually Borderless Design HDMI x 2 ...

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