Acer XZ271 27" LED Curved Monitor, 144Hz, FreeSync, HDMI, DisplayPort, Speakers £199.99 @ Ebuyer for £199.98 - HotUKDeals
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Acer XZ271 27" LED Curved Monitor, 144Hz, FreeSync, HDMI, DisplayPort, Speakers £199.99 @ Ebuyer for £199.98

£199.98 @ Ebuyer
My first ever post :) Was going to wait till' black Friday to find a 144hz monitor but had been keeping my eye on this bad boy! Seems like a very good price for 27" 144hz! Read More
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7m, 4w agoFound 7 months, 4 weeks ago
My first ever post :)

Was going to wait till' black Friday to find a 144hz monitor but had been keeping my eye on this bad boy!

Seems like a very good price for 27" 144hz!
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3 Likes #1
27in at 1080p is unfortunate.
1 Like #2
gaz84
27in at 1080p is unfortunate.
I have currently got a 27" @ 1080p and it looks great.
1 Like #3
Heczia
gaz84
27in at 1080p is unfortunate.
I have currently got a 27" @ 1080p and it looks great.

It's personal taste and eyesight. 80dpi might be enough for some, mine are 110-117dpi (25-27" 2560x1440) and that suits me well.

Edited By: CampGareth on Nov 24, 2016 14:28
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Heczia
gaz84
27in at 1080p is unfortunate.
I have currently got a 27" @ 1080p and it looks great.

Didn't say it was the end of the world, but depending on your graphics card etc and looking forward to the future, buying that combo now might not be the way to go.
1 Like #5
A 27" 16:9 monitor with a 1920x1080 resolution and a curved screen? How does that make sense? The curve means the ideal viewing distance will be close enough that you can see the pixels. Curve on a large 21:9 I can understand (even if it is a fad) but this is just odd.
1 Like #6
Anywhere close to 144Hz at 1440p is a stretch for most graphics cards costing less than £300, so for a lot of gamers 1080p makes sense if you want high detail and high refresh rates. The freesync is a gift.
#7
wow very interested! have seen 130 for 23 or 24 inch. my eyesight is awful! usually use a 46 inch for a tv slash monitor but getting close is good. i use 23 at work so think that might be ideal. hmm. going to look at lowest range to see if does lfc free sync?
#8
cant see lowest frequency on specs. but if could go down to 45? i don't know much about lfc but feel it is good if you run games at less than 60fps? i am just about to upgrade to rx 470 and if b run games on ultra and busy scene drags frame rate down to 30 to 40... do you need lfc? i currently game using a 750ti on low medium settings at 1080 60fps
1 Like #9
They had this at the same price about 3 weeks ago, was hoping for a better deal this time, still a cracking screen
4 Likes #10
Almost paid full price for this 2 days ago but my son wasnt sure if he wanted it or not. He wants it now because i'm paying for it and saving 100 quid lol
1 Like #11
Great deal, but may want to update the title as it shows that there is only 1p off the monitor. £199.99 down to £199.98

Edited By: acharris69 on Nov 24, 2016 18:19
#12
For 199 quid can't complain! heat added
#13
Damn, only got paid today and missed out on this!

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