AOC Q3279VWF 32" QHD LED Monitor £199.98 @ Ebuyer
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AOC Q3279VWF 32" QHD LED Monitor £199.98 @ Ebuyer

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Found 20th Mar
  • QHD Resolution: 2560x1440
  • Refresh rate: 75Hz
  • FreeSync Technology
  • AOC Flicker-Free Technology
  • Response time: 5ms
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Price matched, bar 1p, on Amazon for those that need to know


amazon.co.uk/AOC…HPQ
I'll give it heat but I couldn't see any USB - a must for me.
Cheaper in my DeLorean.
Same price on Amazon and has been for a couple of weeks. Have my eye on it as it seems good value
Only let down by lack of VESA mount, which really lets it down for what I personally would like (we use a monitor arm). Never mind - still heated for the price and spec otherwise.
Only Hdmi 1.4 . If it was HDMI 2.0 I would have bought to use as TV.
I use this monitor (got an Amazon Warehouse model - missing some cables etc but made a saving).
I'm pretty happy with it - it has nice real estate for when I want to edit etc.
Colour isn't the best but it's alright if you're happy to tweak the settings - there's a guide somewhere online with some advice.
How is that hot if it's really a current RRP?
been this price on Amazon for some time but as tsated the lack of VESA mount is the deal breaker for me.
Because it is a lot of monitor, 32 inch with qhd, for not a lot of money!
will bite at 160
or pay more for a 4k IPS screen
As stated before I had a pretty bad experience of these monitors (and I'm usually fairly easy going). Terrible blur and colours.
Well worth paying the penny extra for Amazon, their returns are so hassle-free
Got this for £160 shortly after Christmas, best monitor I've used, but won't do higher than 1080p60 on consoles
ebuyer again, good luck if you get dead pixels.
cactusbrandy2 h, 48 m ago

Only let down by lack of VESA mount, which really lets it down for what I …Only let down by lack of VESA mount, which really lets it down for what I personally would like (we use a monitor arm). Never mind - still heated for the price and spec otherwise.


How on earth can a monitor in this day and age not have a VESA mount??? Does it add so much to the manufacturing cost?
Naith2 m ago

How on earth can a monitor in this day and age not have a VESA mount??? …How on earth can a monitor in this day and age not have a VESA mount??? Does it add so much to the manufacturing cost?


Exactly. Massive oversight.
if my rx480 and g4560 could run it id be all over this but I think 1440p for my set up is a stretch too far?
Naith1 h, 34 m ago

How on earth can a monitor in this day and age not have a VESA mount??? …How on earth can a monitor in this day and age not have a VESA mount??? Does it add so much to the manufacturing cost?


Easy fix, drill a few holes in the back..
Its always this price why is this a 'deal'?
worst screen I have ever owned, picture quality horrible, so I returned
No deal here, it's always this price - I paid this when it was released and I have seen it cheaper.

However it is a great monitor for the price, I'm tempted to buy a second
boomish4 h, 7 m ago

Easy fix, drill a few holes in the back..:)


Not that easy unfortunately. The vesa mount on my monitor goes through metal bars that form the frame of the monitor. If you try to mount to the outer plastic case you will end up with a dropped smashed monitor.
As the saying goes, you get what you pay for. If you can’t live with a dead pixel DO NOT buy one from Ebuyer – buy it from Amazon for ease of return.I’m onto my third and they’ve all had dead pixels, one unit had more than one too – going by comments on previous deals here and the extensive OCUK thread if you receive one with no dead or stuck pixels you’ve been extremely lucky. That said this monitor excels in other areas, uniformity being one of them and once tweaked it’s on par with say an Omen when it comes to colours (in my opinion) but for being a VA monitor its vertical viewing angle is terrible and it inverts like a TN Screen when viewed from above.I got my Keeper from the £160 deal – it still has a dead pixel but its basically invisible now and I don’t notice it – even at £199 its still a good dead imho just avoid Ebuyer if you’re likely to return it due to dead pixels.
I got this from Amazon several months ago at the same price. The stand is a little wobbly (it's not a touchscreen so that's not a big issue) and the screen is glossy with an anti-glare coating, so there are some reflections,, but it's not too bad. No dead pixels - I went through a couple of dead pixel testing websites and couldn't see any.

I got it for work for terminal/Web use and for that scenario, it's a very capable monitor. I use it with Linux and had trouble importing the optimal colour profile from a review site but once I'd adjusted other settings mentioned in the review (inc. switching to 75hz), it was quite a decent experience. I did have the brightness quite high though (94%) because this panel has a fairly low nit rating I believe.
Edited by: "rkl" 21st Mar
Good monitor, I got one just before Christmas, but isn't this the regular price?
Salazaar3 h, 31 m ago

Good monitor, I got one just before Christmas, but isn't this the regular …Good monitor, I got one just before Christmas, but isn't this the regular price?


Seems to be the max price it's been on Amazon
Shame thease cant be mounted on an arm otherwise i would have been all over thease
CampGareth20th Mar

Not that easy unfortunately. The vesa mount on my monitor goes through …Not that easy unfortunately. The vesa mount on my monitor goes through metal bars that form the frame of the monitor. If you try to mount to the outer plastic case you will end up with a dropped smashed monitor.


Really? worked on my TV, had to be carful not to drill to deep though..:)
I think you need to look up the meaning of sarcasm , I certainly wasn’t meaning anyone in their right mind to drill into the back of a telly for a fixing..:)
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