Acer ED322Qwidx 31.5" Full HD Curved Monitor - £199.97 @ Ebuyer
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Acer ED322Qwidx 31.5" Full HD Curved Monitor - £199.97 @ Ebuyer

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Found 24th Mar
1920 x 1080 Full HD4ms Response TimeVGA, DVI + HDMI2 x 6W SpeakersLED Backlight
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Darkraiser24th Mar

1080p won't look good on such a big monitor


Yet for years people were buying 50inch 1080p TVs smh.
RoadWarrior221024th Mar

Yet for years people were buying 50inch 1080p TVs smh.


Nothing wrong with 1080p, but with TVs you're generally sat much further away than with a monitor.
RoadWarrior22101 h, 3 m ago

Yet for years people were buying 50inch 1080p TVs smh.


You don't sit 2-3ft away from a TV.
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1080p won't look good on such a big monitor
Darkraiser24th Mar

1080p won't look good on such a big monitor


Yet for years people were buying 50inch 1080p TVs smh.
Darkraiser4 m ago

1080p won't look good on such a big monitor


Depends.
Ideal for a bedroom to Netflix and Chill.
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GNKelly073 m ago

Looks like £199 to me


It's 199 but the mod has put 129 I think they made a mistake can you change it please mods
RoadWarrior221024th Mar

Yet for years people were buying 50inch 1080p TVs smh.


Nothing wrong with 1080p, but with TVs you're generally sat much further away than with a monitor.
RoadWarrior22101 h, 3 m ago

Yet for years people were buying 50inch 1080p TVs smh.


You don't sit 2-3ft away from a TV.
I think the resolution is only an issue for those intending to use this with a
PC. If you just want to watch TV or play games consoles (not pro or then it's absolutely fine.
Heat from me. so tempted but not had a 27".
Great price but 27" is the largest I would personally go for a 1080px display. I purchased the 27" HP curved monitor and after using it, I wouldn't go any larger at that resolution
Darkraiser5 h, 11 m ago

1080p won't look good on such a big monitor


Anyone can explain this please? Thanks!
iz12345678936 m ago

Anyone can explain this please? Thanks!


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secretspartan115 m ago

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The chart says at 31.5" I will need an 8k monitor! I'll have to stick with my low resolution 27" 1440p monitor.
RoadWarrior221020 h, 33 m ago

Yet for years people were buying 50inch 1080p TVs smh.


That's because you won't be able to see the pixels at a distance smh.
Lower than ideal resolution for a PC monitor (everything will look big before Windows scaling), but for those still on 1080p gaming, there's nothing wrong with in reality.

The recent deal for the 31.5" non curved 1440p monitor, at £30 more, is a steal imo.

Else, for anyone with a console (that isn't a 4k variant) this is a good option imo.
Does anyone know how much color accuracy there is? I want at least 100% sRGB and at least 80% Adobe RGB otherwise I'm sticking to my laptop and phone
I have a 27 inch 1080p and for desktop work it's not great to use, but for gaming it's mostly fine (apart from RTS games).
27 inch is fine for 1080p, great for all games and the real estate is also handy for general use.

However any bigger than 27inch, and I would start to be looking at QHD (or even 4k, but that is still in its infancy)
According to that chart, I need to sit 23+ feet away from my 50" TV. Yet it looks amazing at regular HD.

But then, I remember Channel 4 starting and only having a B&W TV, so modern stuff is all looking good to me.
Average quality but good enough for me for using with online trainings or labs as a secondary monitor. Not for gaming imho.
32" is the perfect size for a 4K monitor. On this one, you will be able to see every single pixel.
Now showing at £229.98 (was £249.99)
Looks decent but one HDMI port? these days you need atleast 2-3
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