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AOC Q3279VWFD8 31.5" Widescreen QHD (1440p) IPS Freesync 75hz Black Monitor 137.99 @ Amazon Prime Day
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AOC Q3279VWFD8 31.5" Widescreen QHD (1440p) IPS Freesync 75hz Black Monitor 137.99 @ Amazon Prime Day

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Posted 15th Jul

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Price is showing as £194.99 for me
joshuamfawcett15/07/2019 00:35

Price is showing as £194.99 for me


Got to be prime member but some have said the pages are not displaying properly across the site. May need to keep refreshing or maybe clear browser history etc. and try again, definitely showing that price for me...
Edited by: "daudiamd" 15th Jul
joshuamfawcett15/07/2019 00:35

Price is showing as £194.99 for me


Monitor and graphics card deals are playing up on the website
Any processor n board deals?
tince15/07/2019 00:38

Monitor and graphics card deals are playing up on the website



Nah not just that category, all of the prime day deals seem to be showing wrong when added to basket.
daudiamd15/07/2019 00:37

Got to be prime member but some have said the pages are not displaying …Got to be prime member but some have said the pages are not displaying properly across the site. May need to keep refreshing or maybe clear browser history etc. and try again, definitely showing that price for me...



Been prime for atleast 3 years, the offers arent adding to basket right for some people (me included). Its probably amazon caching some older pages because of the influx of visitors to the site.
If you try a couple of times it works,
it seems to work randomly
Edited by: "gob9999" 15th Jul
Can someone please confirm this monitor still comes with a headphone jack, which can be used to connect external speakers? Allowing for other hdmi devices sound when connected via a hdmi hub, without a computer switched on..

Also is this mainly for gaming only or it is usable for internet browsing and office work; without being too big and in your face to sit at on a desk?

Thanks as I havn't looked into 1440p monitors and just saw this deal posted.
joshuamfawcett15/07/2019 00:35

Price is showing as £194.99 for me



I have the same problem here (and I am a Prime member). No deals are working for me. Just spoke to customer services and they say they are aware of the problem and told me to try in the morning
good price, but mine failed after 9 months, kept having an issue displaying at 75hz, monitor has since been replaced twice, each time arriving with display port connection damaged/pushed in. Been waiting over a month now for them to receive another monitor in for them to refurb to replace with the faulty item i'm stuck with
No VESA
Very good price for a 2K monitor, unfortunately it's a bit too large. Will wait for a 27 inch 2K or so.
podders32115/07/2019 01:27

good price, but mine failed after 9 months, kept having an issue …good price, but mine failed after 9 months, kept having an issue displaying at 75hz, monitor has since been replaced twice, each time arriving with display port connection damaged/pushed in. Been waiting over a month now for them to receive another monitor in for them to refurb to replace with the faulty item i'm stuck with



Has AOC been quick at collecting and sending a new one? Or if you have to send it back; is it to a UK address. Do you just use it for gaming or for general PC browsing and stuff? Sounds large (having a 21.5" monitor) at present.
thetarget15/07/2019 02:09

Has AOC been quick at collecting and sending a new one? Or if you have to …Has AOC been quick at collecting and sending a new one? Or if you have to send it back; is it to a UK address. Do you just use it for gaming or for general PC browsing and stuff? Sounds large (having a 21.5" monitor) at present.


First time around was a few days, they do it on an exchange basis, so swap it at your door with the courier, had to wait a few weeks for second one to arrive, and now been waiting over a month nearly 2, for another replacement, which seems poor to me, along with the fact both repairs have been poor.

First monitor I received also had a few dead pixels, dirt trapped behind the screen and case hadn't been put back together properly, second one monitor housing is covered in scratches. Only want to get it replaced so I can sell it and upgrade/replacement for another brand hopefully with a better customer service/repair unit.

I use it for everything, I went from a 23" to this, at first I thought it was too large, but adjusted to it after a few days.
dazek3915/07/2019 01:42

Very good price for a 2K monitor, unfortunately it's a bit too large. Will …Very good price for a 2K monitor, unfortunately it's a bit too large. Will wait for a 27 inch 2K or so.


2K is the wrong term.
Tempted to get this as I do a lot of coding and I already own an AOC 2K 32" monitor.
Gort195115/07/2019 02:41

Tempted to get this as I do a lot of coding and I already own an AOC 2K …Tempted to get this as I do a lot of coding and I already own an AOC 2K 32" monitor.



4ms is best for coding.
rgbws15/07/2019 02:36

2K is the wrong term.



Google 2k monitor. It may not be correct, but it's the term used by many, just like 4K instead of UHD, etc.
Edited by: "rev6" 15th Jul
Gone for one and used a £5 voucher due to a recent delayed delivery. Apparently they no longer add on an extra month of Prime membership for delays etc. Hopefully it won't be too massive to look at and my eyes quickly adjust to it. Bit like when I got a 58" TV. It looked too big but very quickly I got used to it. The TV doesn't even seem that big nowadays.
rev615/07/2019 03:08

Google 2k monitor. It may not be correct, but it's the term used by many, …Google 2k monitor. It may not be correct, but it's the term used by many, just like 4K instead of UHD, etc.


Sometimes it's used to refer to 1080p, sometimes it's used to refer to 1440p (which is technically 2.5K), which makes it much more confusing than the use of 4K.
rgbws15/07/2019 03:12

Sometimes it's used to refer to 1080p, sometimes it's used to refer to …Sometimes it's used to refer to 1080p, sometimes it's used to refer to 1440p (which is technically 2.5K), which makes it much more confusing than the use of 4K.



Not really, when 1440p is in the title of the deal.
rev615/07/2019 03:13

Not really, when 1440p is in the title of the deal.


I meant generally, which is why you rarely see the term 2K being used.
rgbws15/07/2019 03:14

I meant generally, which is why you rarely see the term 2K being used.



It doesn't bother me. Calling 1080p 2k would though
rev615/07/2019 03:17

It doesn't bother me. Calling 1080p 2k would though


Calling 1440p 2K grinds my gears.
rgbws15/07/2019 03:20

Calling 1440p 2K grinds my gears.


"Not quite 4k" or "3 and a bit k"? Your call 😁
Damn
I would have bought this if I didn't buy the LG 25'
Have this. Out of the box the freesync is fairly crap, only really working from 55-72hz with minor tearing above and below that. If you use CRU to change the freesync range from 38-76hz and edit the refresh rate from 75hz to 76hz it works much better. You'll still get minor tearing in the low 40hz range, but you'll get frame rate doubling below 38hz. So a much better experience overall, especially if your card plays well with enhanced sync.
It's showing as out of stock.... Then it's showing @ £194...
Then out of stock again...
Out of stock from amazon, CCL showing £194.... Expired.
Deal seems to be no longer available, disappointing because it's what I wanted!
Man.... This is what I wanted so badly...price and the spec were sound. Too late...
Any chance that this deal can come back today or tomorrow?
uuee654315/07/2019 17:42

Any chance that this deal can come back today or tomorrow?



Maybe for Black Friday or Cyber Monday? Unless it's in a deal of the day or a lightning deal.
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