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acer predator xb321hk £715.49 (Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months) @ Amazon
acer predator xb321hk £715.49 (Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months) @ Amazon

acer predator xb321hk £715.49 (Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months) @ Amazon

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Still very pricey for those on a budget, but this is an excellent 4k monitor and the cheapest its been on Amazon.

Ive had this on my watchlist for months, but now torn between biting at this price or waiting for the new hdr sets, which are due second quarter 2017.

still a good deal for those looking.

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The HDR sets will be much more money (the real ones with hundreds of dimming zones). You can't even buy an entry level HDR TV for this price and they don't have the early adopter premium. Double the price wouldn't surprise me, and £2k is quite possible.

I wouldn't be too keen on a 3840x2160 32" either, 5120x2880 seems like it'd be better at that size so you can use 2x instead of 1.5x.

I guess they've gone for this resolution because of the much larger number of computers with SST support but it does feel like a compromise and at this price...

Is it compatible with Firefox?

zizzles

Is it compatible with Firefox?



No, only supports IE ‎5.5 Service Pack 2

currys.co.uk/gbu…tml?istCompanyId=bec25c7e-cbcd-460d-81d5-a25372d2e3d7&istItemId=xxtxllqlrm&istBid=tztx&srcid=198&cmpid=ppc~gg~1007+%28PLA%29+MONITORS+-+Adaptive~1007+%28PLA%29+MONITORS+-+Adaptive+ad+group~Exact&mctag=gg_goog_7904&kwid=GOOGLE&device=m&ds_kids=92700019729643891&PLA=1&gclid=CjwKEAjwrMzHBRDW3saA88aT80MSJACbvo1T3mJWF48QJlmj4bL4GOwZVPkfcFdOYRYiYzTsQznxIxoCZ8Hw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds&dclid=CPDWzdK9qdMCFW0C0wodBwMB5Q

Previous poster, the curry's link is for 27 inch monitor where as op is listing a 32 inch monitor

EndlessWaves

The HDR sets will be much more money (the real ones with hundreds of … The HDR sets will be much more money (the real ones with hundreds of dimming zones). You can't even buy an entry level HDR TV for this price and they don't have the early adopter premium. Double the price wouldn't surprise me, and £2k is quite possible.I wouldn't be too keen on a 3840x2160 32" either, 5120x2880 seems like it'd be better at that size so you can use 2x instead of 1.5x.I guess they've gone for this resolution because of the much larger number of computers with SST support but it does feel like a compromise and at this price...



​Pushing 5120x2880 pixels would require a beast of a graphics card for any sort of decent framerate/quality settings.

indeed unless you kill settings but who wants todo that
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