Acer Predator Z35 35" UltraWide HD Curved Monitor £499.98 @ eBuyer
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Acer Predator Z35 35" UltraWide HD Curved Monitor £499.98 @ eBuyer

£499.98
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Found 4th JulMade hot 4th Jul
Cheapest I've ever seen by about £100

35 inch Curved 2000R UltraWide Full HD resolution, LED gaming monitor
- NVIDIA G-Sync technology
- 200 Hz refresh rate and 4 ms response time
- Colour Gamut 100% sRGB
- Screen Resolution 2560 x 1080 pixels

Defiantly will not suit everyone but hopefully it helps out someone.

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1080p on 35" is that for real? for £300 maybe, for £500 they can keep it
Edited by: "toolmen" 4th Jul

toolmen

1080p on 35" is that for real? for £300 maybe, for £500 they can keep it



It's an ultrawide (with an extra 33% horizontal resolution, not just a stretched 1920px) 200 Hz refresh rate and G-Sync. If you can find something remotely resembling that for under £300 you are more than welcome share.

Edited by: "ElGofre" 4th Jul
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Tempted to swap it for the 32" monitor that I just got.
But the fact that it's only 1080p, where as mine is 1440p probably not makes it worth it.
I just recently got LG's new 43" 4k monitor, and that was just too huge for my need.
I guess my ideal monitor would be around 34" and around 1600p, but that doesn't exist AFAIK.

Anyway.... seems like a great deal for people who's in the market for this display.

As it's an ultrawide, height is about the same as a 28" 16:9 monitor.

HDR is coming

Wish the x34 was this price!

1080p on 35" is that for real? for £300 maybe, for £500 they can keep it
Edited by: "toolmen" 4th Jul

toolmen

1080p on 35" is that for real? for £300 maybe, for £500 they can keep it



It's an ultrawide (with an extra 33% horizontal resolution, not just a stretched 1920px) 200 Hz refresh rate and G-Sync. If you can find something remotely resembling that for under £300 you are more than welcome share.

Edited by: "ElGofre" 4th Jul

Nice price but holding out for an Asus ROG Swift PG279Q price drop. Used my mates for a couple of days and thought it was amazing, especially because I was going from a 24" 1080p Dell

toolmen

1080p on 35" is that for real? for £300 maybe, for £500 they can keep it



It's 80dpi, similar to a 27-28" 1920x1080 screen. Perfect for deeper desks or more reclined chairs, or just for extra space in front of the screen. Not everyone sits hunched over a foot from the screen.

1080 high. Yuck.

Heart the Predator monitors. Great looking things - heart the colour scheme but they are too pricey for me

sazza69691 h, 27 m ago

Nice price but holding out for an Asus ROG Swift PG279Q price drop. Used …Nice price but holding out for an Asus ROG Swift PG279Q price drop. Used my mates for a couple of days and thought it was amazing, especially because I was going from a 24" 1080p Dell

Same boat as you , except I've never seen it in the flesh and I'll be coming from a 23" 1080p

35" - I'm like, ooh!
Curved - I'm like, oooh!

1080p - I'm like, oh.

1440p or GTFO

35" at 1080p for £500 no thanks.

1440p 100Hz VA Z35P has been released so they're clearing stock on this one I guess, shame it's too large for the resolution; I'd do £500 for the Z35P but I get the feeling it'll be >700...

If I had £499 to spend on a monitor, I would by a 4K / 5K one as the image quality will be better. Also, 35" screen!? too big, too close, better off buying a 50" LED TV for the same money and using it from a distance and also using it for other devices too. £500 is a lot to spend on a 1080P screen in my opinion, I have also used curved monitors and found them odd to look at and make uncomfortable viewing.

LOL @ all the comments talking about 1080p.

1080p is 1920 x 1080, this display is 2560 x 1080, HENCE ULTRAWIDE.

It's only 33% more pixels after all.
Edited by: "ollie87" 4th Jul

jam6813

better off buying a 50" LED TV



Erm, no. Not if you're actually seriously into gaming.

1440p and IPS, or go home.

ollie87

LOL @ all the comments talking about 1080p.1080p is 1920 x 1080, this … LOL @ all the comments talking about 1080p.1080p is 1920 x 1080, this display is 2560 x 1080, HENCE ULTRAWIDE.CHRIST!



No, they are both 1080p.

ollie87

LOL @ all the comments talking about 1080p.1080p is 1920 x 1080, this … LOL @ all the comments talking about 1080p.1080p is 1920 x 1080, this display is 2560 x 1080, HENCE ULTRAWIDE.CHRIST!


Yes I can read. I don't want a monitor that size that's only 1080 high though.

ro53ben

No, they are both 1080p.



Aside from the fact you're getting 33% more pixels than standard 16:9 1080p.

krisosbornenet

Wish the x34 was this price!


I picked up an X34 from Amazon Warehouse for £550 and it's as new.
Check out the Amazon Prime Sale as they'll probably mark these down again.

ollie87

Aside from the fact you're getting 33% more pixels than standard 16:9 … Aside from the fact you're getting 33% more pixels than standard 16:9 1080p.


And fewer pixels than a 1440p monitor, but for a much higher price. Are you paid by Acer?

ollie87

LOL @ all the comments talking about 1080p.1080p is 1920 x 1080, this … LOL @ all the comments talking about 1080p.1080p is 1920 x 1080, this display is 2560 x 1080, HENCE ULTRAWIDE.CHRIST!


http://cdn3.meme.am/cache/instances/folder911/500x/66008911/master-yoda-much-to-learn-you-still-have.jpg

commenter14

Are you paid by Acer?



FLOL...I mean it's interesting logic, I give you that. I really wish I was paid by someone to shill on the internet.

In reality I just like to apply some common sense and offer a counter argument.

ollie87

Aside from the fact you're getting 33% more pixels than standard 16:9 … Aside from the fact you're getting 33% more pixels than standard 16:9 1080p.



1080p is 1080 lines displayed progressively. It has nothing to do with HD, Full HD or the number of pixel.

Full HD is 1920x1080p but 1080p is not Full HD.

Ultrawide has very limited value, a lot of games still don't support it and display in a pillar box format. Kinda pointless wasting your money to leave 33% of the screen blank.

ollie87

FLOL...I mean it's interesting logic, I give you that. I really wish I … FLOL...I mean it's interesting logic, I give you that. I really wish I was paid by someone to shill on the internet.In reality I just like to apply some common sense and offer a counter argument.


Sorry I must have missed the common sense.

ToughJerky5 m ago

I picked up an X34 from Amazon Warehouse for £550 and it's as new.Check …I picked up an X34 from Amazon Warehouse for £550 and it's as new.Check out the Amazon Prime Sale as they'll probably mark these down again.

I keep looking but good to know I'm not wasting my time. Fingers crossed, thanks!

ollie87

FLOL...I mean it's interesting logic, I give you that. I really wish I … FLOL...I mean it's interesting logic, I give you that. I really wish I was paid by someone to shill on the internet.In reality I just like to apply some common sense and offer a counter argument.


Thanks for clearing up the incorrect info here, saved me the task. Such as this is not 1080p.

Also, I wonder if people realise how huge a 35" 16:9 monitor would be...or how much it would cost..

4k is great but can't go over 60hz due to port limitations. That's why monitors like this are amazing for gaming.

A 200hz TN/IPS would be amazing for games. VA is a blurry mess at 100hz and doesn't improve beyond that. Google this monitor with the terms "blurry", "ghosting" etc if you need convincing.

NitrousUK

Thanks for clearing up the incorrect info here, saved me the task. Such … Thanks for clearing up the incorrect info here, saved me the task. Such as this is not 1080p.Also, I wonder if people realise how huge a 35" 16:9 monitor would be...or how much it would cost..



It is 1080p.

if your building a simulator of some sort you can't get better but watching movies on this thing or playing any other game that isn't a simulator is going to be a poor experience.

edit : I had this monitor oh & it gets very very hot it also weights a ton & is very awkward to carry to say the least

Edited by: "yoyo59" 4th Jul

I had the previous model and it's stunning. But had to sell as it's simply huge ! Need nearly 1.5/2 foot for the stands alone.

ro53ben

It is 1080p.


It's really not, 1080p (or Full HD/FHD) is a standard, not just referring to the number of vertical lines present. The standard name for this resolution is UW-UXGA.
Edited by: "bluenotesmiley" 4th Jul

treb

4k is great but can't go over 60hz due to port limitations. That's why … 4k is great but can't go over 60hz due to port limitations. That's why monitors like this are amazing for gaming.


There's 144hz 4k panels coming early next year but expect them to cost an arm and a leg

DaMoUK20137 h, 6 m ago

HDR is coming

​Like winter but even more mysterious...

It makes me chuckle how many people come out the woodwork and start spouting pc nerd facts, on these things. But still game on a 5 yr old gpu and cpu. Makes you wonder what actual % of these people walk the walk, as well as talk the talk. I expect it's low. Not that I'd be a fan of this for the ovs reasons, but still funny too read all the trolling
Edited by: "Gottograbthemall" 4th Jul

If you play Overwatch, don't bother with this monitor.

It's not 1080p but would have the same fidelity as a 1080p monitor.

But you would have a much bigger FOV and it wouldn't require a ridiculously powerful gfx card to get a decent FPS.

For me I might struggle as used to a 1440p monitor, otherwise it's a great price for a cracking monitor.
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