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Acer Predator XZ321Q 31.5" LED Curved Monitor, £279.98 @ eBuyer

£279.98 @ Ebuyer
Acer Predator XZ321Q 31.5" LED Curved Monitor 1920 x 1080 @144Hz AMD FreeSync HDMI & DisplayPort 4ms Response Time Height Adjust £424 at other retailers Read More
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
Acer Predator XZ321Q 31.5" LED Curved Monitor

1920 x 1080 @144Hz
AMD FreeSync
HDMI & DisplayPort
4ms Response Time
Height Adjust

£424 at other retailers
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2 Likes #1
Great price, but it was on sale on Amazon for £299.99 2 weeks ago, just to put it in perspective.

I personally don't see any reason to have a 31.5" monitor with only 1920x1080 resolution, but it's A LOT of monitor for the price.
#2
Just got the email too ;)

I am considering this but ...... my reservation is the 1920 x 1080 resolution , I don't know if this is enough for great looking pictures , can anyone shed any light on this.
I use my pc mainly for spreadsheets and internet browsing (hukd included) but also view my pictures on my pc from my Nikon D3200 camera. I don't play games (other than Stronghold that is)
I sit about 3' away from my screen directly in front of it.

Any help would be most appreciated.

Also if anyone knows what the returns policy is like from Ebuyer if you change your mind within 14 days , who pays the return postage or is it collected / pre-paid returns ?
1 Like #3
Have two of the 27" variety and they're great. The curve actually work at the distance you have with a monitor. The only bad thing is that there is a lot of blacklight bleeding at completely dark scenes, so not recommended for maybe movie viewing, more for general use and especially gaming.
1 Like #4
rooney10
Just got the email too ;)
I am considering this but ...... my reservation is the 1920 x 1080 resolution , I don't know if this is enough for great looking pictures , can anyone shed any light on this.
I use my pc mainly for spreadsheets and internet browsing (hukd included) but also view my pictures on my pc from my Nikon D3200 camera. I don't play games (other than Stronghold that is)
I sit about 3' away from my screen directly in front of it.
Any help would be most appreciated.
Also if anyone knows what the returns policy is like from Ebuyer if you change your mind within 14 days , who pays the return postage or is it collected / pre-paid returns ?


From my understanding...
With eBuyer, you will first need to contact them to raise a Returns Case.
You will then be given the details for where the item needs to be sent back to.
However from what I can see, you will need to pay for the postage:
http://www.ebuyer.com/help/returns
#5
Yup, ebuyer don't want you to return things for any reason, so they make it as difficult as possible - you have to pay :)
1 Like #6
rooney10
Just got the email too ;)
I am considering this but ...... my reservation is the 1920 x 1080 resolution , I don't know if this is enough for great looking pictures , can anyone shed any light on this.
I use my pc mainly for spreadsheets and internet browsing (hukd included) but also view my pictures on my pc from my Nikon D3200 camera. I don't play games (other than Stronghold that is)
I sit about 3' away from my screen directly in front of it.
Any help would be most appreciated.
Also if anyone knows what the returns policy is like from Ebuyer if you change your mind within 14 days , who pays the return postage or is it collected / pre-paid returns ?


It all depends how far away you are from it.

If you're thinking of it as a 32" TV and going to be about ~2 meters away from it, then fine. However any closer then the 'blocklyness' is going to be annoying as hell, especially if you're going to be using it as a monitor a meter or less away from your face.

For me, I would buy something like https://www.amazon.co.uk/Dell-U2913WM-Widescreen-2560x1080-DisplayPort/dp/B00ADHLSMO/ref=sr_1_38?m=A2OAJ7377F756P&s=warehouse-deals&ie=UTF8&qid=1481798776&sr=1-38 (with the £30 Discount on Amazon Warehouse Products) If I were you, And it should also come with a 3 year guarantee (My U2713HM from Amazon Warehouse did).


I wouldn't touch the XZ321Q monitor because of the resolution, but it is 'hot' if you base it on price

Edited By: coolhotcold on Dec 15, 2016 10:51
#7
If you want sharpness, then this monitor is 4K is in a similar price range to the Dell one above:
ViewSonic VX2475SMHL - 4K 24-Inch UHD (sRGB, 3840 x 2160, HDMI 2.0/MHL/DisplayPort)

The Dell one shows as still being 1080
1 Like #8
Great but I am currently using a dell 27" (not widescreen) monitor (1920x1080) and am looking for a bigger screen primarily for more real estate for spreadsheets and online browsing / shopping etc
#9
jai47
If you want sharpness, then this monitor is 4K is in a similar price range to the Dell one above:ViewSonic VX2475SMHL - 4K 24-Inch UHD (sRGB, 3840 x 2160, HDMI 2.0/MHL/DisplayPort)
The Dell one shows as still being 1080
I don't think you can compare a 31.5" 1080p to a 24" 2180p monitor, even if they're the same price, they're very different products!
1 Like #10
rooney10
Just got the email too ;)

I am considering this but ...... my reservation is the 1920 x 1080 resolution , I don't know if this is enough for great looking pictures , can anyone shed any light on this.
I use my pc mainly for spreadsheets and internet browsing (hukd included) but also view my pictures on my pc from my Nikon D3200 camera. I don't play games (other than Stronghold that is)
I sit about 3' away from my screen directly in front of it.

Any help would be most appreciated.

Also if anyone knows what the returns policy is like from Ebuyer if you change your mind within 14 days , who pays the return postage or is it collected / pre-paid returns ?


I wouldn't go for this at all it makes little sense, you're paying for 144hz monitor which is aimed at gamers, the resolution is also not great. The screen is being stretched another 4 inches so the pixels are going to be huge meaning photos will look worse in comparison to a good 27inch 1080p monitor. I would personally go for a nice 27" 1440p. The benq gw2765he on EBuyer is a better purchase in my eyes. Or if you are insistent on 1080p the LG 29um68 ips, the ips will give you much better colour reproduction in comparison the the above
#11
jai47
If you want sharpness, then this monitor is 4K is in a similar price range to the Dell one above:ViewSonic VX2475SMHL - 4K 24-Inch UHD (sRGB, 3840 x 2160, HDMI 2.0/MHL/DisplayPort)
The Dell one shows as still being 1080
There's no real benefit of 4k on a 24" display as you wouldn't be able to notice the difference from 1080p.
1 Like #12
for just a little more money get this instead
#13
Stick around!
1 Like #14
Just to be clear you're voting for an online predator...
#15
I have a 32" 1440p and feel the resolution is too low, so definitely consider this.
#16
Wouldn't buy another thing from Ebuyer. Recently bought a monitor from them with a visible scratch to the screen. Their returns procedure is archaic! Courier never showed to pick up monitor, which they insisted he did as they could track him. Well sorry Ebuyer my cctv shows that there was never a driver at my house. Do yourselves a favour and buy elsewhere. Rant over!!!!
#17
This is a curved 144hz gaming monitor with with free sync sub £300, none of the monitors posted are in the same bracket. 1080p is also great if you record/broadcast your gaming and the resolution honestly isnt that bad As people make out unless you sit 10 inches from the screen (which you really shouldn't) . Also you won't get wasted pixels if you plug in a game console.

If you dont want this for gaming than you are wasting your time.
Hot.
#18
I am guessing this is overkill for Civilization and games like that.
#19
Gonna have me some fun .. gonna have me some fun!!
#20
Still can't decide if I should get this...
Primary use would be GTA 5 oO
Coupled with my RX480 it might make for some entertaining game play

Only hold back is that I would be sat under 2ft from the screen :{
#21
hot
#22
coolhotcold
rooney10
Just got the email too ;)
I am considering this but ...... my reservation is the 1920 x 1080 resolution , I don't know if this is enough for great looking pictures , can anyone shed any light on this.
I use my pc mainly for spreadsheets and internet browsing (hukd included) but also view my pictures on my pc from my Nikon D3200 camera. I don't play games (other than Stronghold that is)
I sit about 3' away from my screen directly in front of it.
Any help would be most appreciated.
Also if anyone knows what the returns policy is like from Ebuyer if you change your mind within 14 days , who pays the return postage or is it collected / pre-paid returns ?


It all depends how far away you are from it.

If you're thinking of it as a 32" TV and going to be about ~2 meters away from it, then fine. However any closer then the 'blocklyness' is going to be annoying as hell, especially if you're going to be using it as a monitor a meter or less away from your face.

For me, I would buy something like https://www.amazon.co.uk/Dell-U2913WM-Widescreen-2560x1080-DisplayPort/dp/B00ADHLSMO/ref=sr_1_38?m=A2OAJ7377F756P&s=warehouse-deals&ie=UTF8&qid=1481798776&sr=1-38 (with the £30 Discount on Amazon Warehouse Products) If I were you, And it should also come with a 3 year guarantee (My U2713HM from Amazon Warehouse did).


I wouldn't touch the XZ321Q monitor because of the resolution, but it is 'hot' if you base it on price


I thought the £30 back on amazon warehouse items as only on selected items? Is the item you listed one of them?
1 Like #23
Eh, i'm not sure I would feel comfortable with this resolution on a 31.5". I imagine picture disparity is huge from smaller 1080p which would be where the majority of people are 'upgrading from'. I would rather go for a 1440p 31inch+ or just settle for 24" 1080p 144hz that I am at currently, especially given that I sit like 1 Metre away from my screen. 31.5" 1080p would drive me bonkers at that distance.
#24
damm temptibg but i want a ultra wide
#25
Personally would not touch 1080p for anything more than a 24" monitor.

Though saying that this might be good for people rocking a gtx 1050/60 who want high FPS and a monstrous screen to match. Just don't expect a crystal clear picture if it's only 2ft away from your face, it will be very pixalated.

Good price for what it is.
#26
what is the freesynce range on this
1 Like #27
jai47
Still can't decide if I should get this...
Primary use would be GTA 5 oO
Coupled with my RX480 it might make for some entertaining game play
Only hold back is that I would be sat under 2ft from the screen :{

I would go for something smaller. At that viewing distance you're going to want crystal clear picture. Either stick with 1080p on something smaller or make the extra jump to 1440p on a bigger screen if you must go bigger.
#28
Elevation
Just to be clear you're voting for an online predator...
That clarifies nothing for me!
The vote is for the deal not the person who found it anyway although some take pride or offence at comments and voting for some reason.
#29
1920x1080 @ 31.5"??? wtf??

pixels will be huuuge

Edited By: bnwubnfguisr on Dec 15, 2016 21:06
#30
willu
Wouldn't buy another thing from Ebuyer. Recently bought a monitor from them with a visible scratch to the screen. Their returns procedure is archaic! Courier never showed to pick up monitor, which they insisted he did as they could track him. Well sorry Ebuyer my cctv shows that there was never a driver at my house. Do yourselves a favour and buy elsewhere. Rant over!!!!

I'm one of those strange people who has never had a single problem with Ebuyer as long as I've used them, and I've used them for years now through (among other things) 2 of my PC builds - so that's a lot of items to get wrong. But so far all has been smooth.
1 Like #31
As many have said this will likely look awful for normal use. 1080p in 31.5" gives pixels per inch(PPI) of 69.93. Text will look terrible. 24" is about the highest you want to go for a 1080p monitor.


Darkraiser
jai47
If you want sharpness, then this monitor is 4K is in a similar price range to the Dell one above:ViewSonic VX2475SMHL - 4K 24-Inch UHD (sRGB, 3840 x 2160, HDMI 2.0/MHL/DisplayPort)
The Dell one shows as still being 1080
There's no real benefit of 4k on a 24" display as you wouldn't be able to notice the difference from 1080p.

2160p in 24" gives PPI of 185.58(For reference the retina macbooks are around 220). Remember people sit far closer to monitors than TVs. Anyone without impaired vision will most certainly will be able to see the difference at normal viewing distances. However I'm not sure how far along scaling has come in Windows things may appear very small!
#32
Agharta
Elevation
Just to be clear you're voting for an online predator...
That clarifies nothing for me!
The vote is for the deal not the person who found it anyway although some take pride or offence at comments and voting for some reason.

I just thought he was referring to the 'Predator' name :|
#33
Agharta
Elevation
Just to be clear you're voting for an online predator...
That clarifies nothing for me!
The vote is for the deal not the person who found it anyway although some take pride or offence at comments and voting for some reason.
He was making a JOKE lol
#34
Elevation
willu
Wouldn't buy another thing from Ebuyer. Recently bought a monitor from them with a visible scratch to the screen. Their returns procedure is archaic! Courier never showed to pick up monitor, which they insisted he did as they could track him. Well sorry Ebuyer my cctv shows that there was never a driver at my house. Do yourselves a favour and buy elsewhere. Rant over!!!!
I'm one of those strange people who has never had a single problem with Ebuyer as long as I've used them, and I've used them for years now through (among other things) 2 of my PC builds - so that's a lot of items to get wrong. But so far all has been smooth.

I have also never had a problem with using Ebuyer, I find their customer service to be incredible and they offer a very fair rate on their products. They are my go to website for many of my computing accessories unless I can find it massively cheaper elsewhere.
#35
Anybody here care to help me out with a monitor for PS4 gaming? It will be used for Mac Mini too you know just normal web browsing.

Which one is better out of these two?
http://www.ebuyer.com/746756-acer-rt240y-23-8-ips-full-hd-led-monitor-um-qr0ee-005

http://www.ebuyer.com/719188-samsung-s24e391hl-24-full-hd-white-monitor-ls24e391hl-en

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