ASUS ROG Swift PG348Q 34 inch Widescreen IPS LED Curved Monitor - Aluminium/Black @ amazon £902
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ASUS ROG Swift PG348Q 34 inch Widescreen IPS LED Curved Monitor - Aluminium/Black @ amazon £902

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Found 25th Oct 2016
The new flagship of the ROG monitor fleet, the Swift PG348Q expands your scope, allowing faster target acquisition while increasing immersive visuals with a 34-inch 3440x1440 curved ultra-wide IPS panel. Bristling with advanced display tech, the newest Swift PG348Q also features NVIDIA G-SYNC technology for smooth and seamless gameplay, while simultaneously sporting a 100 Hz refresh rate, eliminating roadblocks between your skill and victory. Add the armored design and unique ASUS features and you're looking at a monitor that is truly unrivaled.

this is the lowest i've seen this badboy in a while

please dont come here to moan who buys monitors this expensive.. personal preference for everything.

this will most likely change before it even gets hot as amazon pricing changes so much

waiting for the one guy who uses student discount then has vouchers saved for years then says only paid £5 for this. thanks :DDD haha

goodluck everyone

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expands your scope, allowing faster target acquisition


eliminating roadblocks between your skill and victory



utter marketing drivel.

Overpriced, hz hype, rog hype. I own a 34 " but this price is too high. It's not even the best in benchmarks...

schumi_inq

Overpriced, hz hype, rog hype. I own a 34 " but this price is too high. … Overpriced, hz hype, rog hype. I own a 34 " but this price is too high. It's not even the best in benchmarks...



The hype around hz is there for a reason. ROG is just branding.

Good price, cheapest around. Very good monitor.

Decent review

If your not interested in a high end monitor then this isn't for you.

good price

No HDR, not 4K?

For this price you would be better off getting a decent 49' 4K HDR TV at least it will be multi purpose, but alas you will not get the oh so important LED lights, that every 'gamer' needs.

Not all games support 21:9 naively, even when the do the HUD can be stretched.

powerbrick

No HDR, not 4K?For this price you would be better off getting a decent … No HDR, not 4K?For this price you would be better off getting a decent 49' 4K HDR TV at least it will be multi purpose, but alas you will not get the oh so important LED lights, that every 'gamer' needs.Not all games support 21:9 naively, even when the do the HUD can be stretched.



And TVs tend to be only 30-60Hz at 4K, which twitch gamers will tell you is unacceptable.

Amazing price for this monitor. Lowest I've seen for a long time. This or the x34a is very much ideal but still a step too far for me! Perhaps if it ever reached 700 I'd buy.

wonkothesane

And TVs tend to be only 30-60Hz at 4K, which twitch gamers will tell you … And TVs tend to be only 30-60Hz at 4K, which twitch gamers will tell you is unacceptable.



well if your a 'twitch' gamer get a 144/165hz model.

PC panels are a mess at the moment with lackluster quality control, back light bleed and dead pixels are all too common, coupled with ASUS and NVidia tax on top.

I lucked out with my Dell 27' GSync, perfect panel, stunning aesthetics, on site warranty and got it for £300 from an Amazon misprice last year.

So many stupid comments as per usual.

This is a very good price for this monitor. If you're voting cold then you're a dumbass.

Voted hot, could not come back from ultra widescreen now.

good price but I'll wait for graphics cards to catch up first

Good deal. Went for Acer X34a at £899, which uses the same panel. Loving it to bits.

To OP, my deal dived to -100° before shooting up to 232°. There's still hope

Right, hot from me but... it is overpriced as all ultra-wide 1440p screens are. Support of the wide screen and such resolution in games will be hit and miss with problems from playing with dark boxes on side to too small elements like texts. You need nVidia GTX 1070 x 2 in SLI mode to be able to play decent games in Ultra settings in that crazy high resolution of 3,440 pixels x 1,440 pixels. One GTX 1080 is not even enough. That's almost 5 mln pixels to render and display vs 2 mln in 1080p. And stop crying this is not 4k, you DO NOT NEED 4k on such small screen. 4K has been designed for 60 inch+ screens from medium to small distance or even large from further away.

Great screen for... crazy people

Original Poster

back to £1000

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looking for good 28" or 27" 4k monitor... Still not found a good deal
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