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Samsung SE510C 24" FHD LED Curved Monitor - £109.98 - eBuyer

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Daily deal, down from £169.98 supposedly. Curved around your eyes for the ultimate viewing comfort • 4000R Curvature: The optimal curvature to ensure comfortable viewing on a 27" screen, del… Read More
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3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
Daily deal, down from £169.98 supposedly.

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Curved around your eyes for the ultimate viewing comfort

• 4000R Curvature: The optimal curvature to ensure comfortable viewing on a 27" screen, delivering a wider field of view that's easy on the eyes.
• Cognitive Research: Experts have found that people perceive curves as more visually comforting than hard lines and angles. Simply viewing the curves of an object triggers relief in the brain.

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Brilliant picture quality from every angle

• Best-in-Class 3000:1 Static Contrast Ratio: More vivid than conventional monitors to provide truly brilliant pictures with deeper blacks, pristine whites, amazingly bright colours, and less light leakage.
• Wide Viewing Angle: Delivers a 178° wide viewing angle horizontally and vertically for optimal viewing experience from any angle.

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Take your entertainment to new heights of immersion and comfort

• Game Mode: Instantly adjust your monitor settings for an optimised gaming experience through the on-screen display. Game Mode improves the darkness of the picture so that you can see all the action vividly.
• Fast 4 ms Response Time / 60 Hz Refresh Rate: See even the fastest on-screen motion clearly and smoothly without any motion blur, judder or ghosting.

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2 Likes #1
Thanks Buzz :)
19 Likes #2
"4000R Curvature: The optimal curvature to ensure comfortable viewing on a 27" screen, delivering a wider field of view that's easy on the eyes"

Well that's handy on a 24"...oO
#3
I might get one if I receive a bribe, oops I mean a gift from Samsung. ;)
10 Likes #4
Experts have found that people perceive curves as more visually comforting than hard lines and angles. Simply viewing the curves of an object triggers relief in the brain.
Oh thats why I like looking at womens curves :p
1 Like #5
Would this be ok for a nvidea graphic card?
#6
ohdearohdear
Would this be ok for a nvidea graphic card?
Yeah it should be. Do you know the name of your card ? if its really old it may not.
#7
Does anyone know if it's freesync compatible please?
#8
ohdearohdear
Would this be ok for a nvidea graphic card?

Can't see how you would have a problem. Should be fine. Should you not have the same conections from your pc to the monitor just get a cable with the right connection on either side off ebay. Cheap as chips!

Edited By: petermcgregor14 on Mar 14, 2017 18:29
#9
I have the LG 24MP57VQ, would it be worth swapping to this one?
#10
Anyone able to provide an explanation of VA panels, I've been after an IPS but this looks like an incredible deal.

If I buy this, I'm about to build a monster, Damn you BUZZZZZZ!


Also don't forget topcashback.
#11
can our eyes tell the difference between 1ms and 4ms?
#12
My friend has a curved monitor and wouldn't get one again: he told me the screen is shiny and he had to move it to another part of the room because the glare made part of it hard to see in broad dayligt, but now when he switches his standing lamp on in the evening he gets glare in another corner.
Never used a curved screen myself, do other people have similar experience(s)?
#13
Does anyone know if they charge for returns?
Have ordered another screen and wanted to test this one too.

thanks
#14
azual
can our eyes tell the difference between 1ms and 4ms?

nope!
#15
Cheers Buzz !
1 Like #16
brandy360
Does anyone know if it's freesync compatible please?
Not freesync compatible
#17
azual
can our eyes tell the difference between 1ms and 4ms?
Worth noting that is g2g response time, but you shouldn't be able to tell.
#18
60 Hz Refresh Rate... reminds me of the vintage CRTs
For a prolonged work on any screen, a 144 Hz is a must IMHO.
For gaming 144 Hz is great also.
Don't get it why they still make 60 Hz panels in 2017 ?
1 Like #19
missmisiowa
60 Hz Refresh Rate... reminds me of the vintage CRTs
For a prolonged work on any screen, a 144 Hz is a must IMHO.
For gaming 144 Hz is great also.
Don't get it why they still make 60 Hz panels in 2017 ?

Yeah because you need 144 Hz for using every day programmes like Chrome and Excel...
#20
Sorry, this product is currently out of stock
#21
Jefft
I might get one if I receive a bribe, oops I mean a gift from Samsung. ;)
you are not casey
1 Like #22
azual
can our eyes tell the difference between 1ms and 4ms?


Only in a game you aren't enjoying ;)
#23
oos
#24
missmisiowa
For a prolonged work on any screen, a 144 Hz is a must IMHO

No... it really isn't.

missmisiowa
60 Hz Refresh Rate... reminds me of the vintage CRTs

60hz Monitors are the most numerous monitors you can buy to date, 144hz monitors are expensive and aren't as common as you seem to believe they are, it cost me £200 for a 144hz monitor which is considered cheap for one... and even then it's an aging "bare bones" Monitor with no Freesync/display port and just a standard 1080p resolution.
4 Likes #25
missmisiowa

Don't get it why they still make 60 Hz panels in 2017 ?

Probably for the same reason they still make 1080p Monitors and not just 4K monitors in 2017 : Because not everyone is a condescending muppet and don't need the fanciest monitor to make them feel better at night.

Edited By: teddy1590 on Mar 15, 2017 02:43
#26
missmisiowa
60 Hz Refresh Rate... reminds me of the vintage CRTs
For a prolonged work on any screen, a 144 Hz is a must IMHO.
For gaming 144 Hz is great also.
Don't get it why they still make 60 Hz panels in 2017 ?

Would you recommend a monitor for use with ps4 pro please?
1 Like #27
missmisiowa
60 Hz Refresh Rate... reminds me of the vintage CRTs

CRTs could do much higher than 60Hz. I had one that would 120Hz+ back in 1996, just shows you're talking out of your backside.

As a long time member of the PC Gaming Master Race, please stop.

Edited By: ollie87 on Mar 15, 2017 08:35: More detail
1 Like #28
JumpMan1980
missmisiowa
60 Hz Refresh Rate... reminds me of the vintage CRTs
For a prolonged work on any screen, a 144 Hz is a must IMHO.
For gaming 144 Hz is great also.
Don't get it why they still make 60 Hz panels in 2017 ?
Would you recommend a monitor for use with ps4 pro please?

144Hz on any games console would a huge waste, since they struggle to even get to 60fps.
#29
Missed out :( wanted 2 of them .
#30
Would a dual screen set up not be weird on curved screens?
#31
kept delaying until it went oos :(

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