BenQ XR3501 35" UltraWide 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor £389.99 @ Ebuyer
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BenQ XR3501 35" UltraWide 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor £389.99 @ Ebuyer

£389.99Ebuyer Deals
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Found 9th May 2017
There was a deal for this over 8 months ago and the price for that deal was £449.99, now it's down to £389.99 and for that price, I think it's a great buy!

Great price for a 144Hz UltraWide monitor. Price down from £710.99.

The all new, best-of-the-best XR3501 lets you immerse yourself completely in any racing game, with a massive 35" curved display featuring the best color graphics, 2000R ultra curve all-covered field of vision, 2560x1080 resolution, Black eQualizer for total visibility, and the highest refresh rate available today. Watch as the checkered flag twirls and waves announcing your victory, empowering you to feel the thrill of the curve.
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Seems a good deal! Hot.
this any good for general web browsing and spreadsheets ? , don't play games except for stronghold crusader 2 and not sure if that counts to be honest, lol
rooney10

this any good for general web browsing and spreadsheets ? , don't play … this any good for general web browsing and spreadsheets ? , don't play games except for stronghold crusader 2 and not sure if that counts to be honest, lol



​No, it has a low resolution. It's good fost gaming.
34 inch at 1080p no thanks still cheap tho
RedRain

34 inch at 1080p no thanks still cheap tho


1080P x2
2560x1080
schumi_inq

No, it has a low resolution. It's good fost gaming.



thanks I'll keep looking , wanting something around this size though
Poor resolution, would want 3440x1440 at this size.
rooney10

thanks I'll keep looking , wanting something around this size though



​I'd personally just get 2x 1920 x 1200 24" monitors if you're doing desktop productivity stuff. Would come out cheaper as well I suspect
Suspended
No 4k. Negative. Who cares about the curvature?
Peejay1234

1080P x2 2560x1080


2560 is not 2 x 1920. That'd be 3840, which is 50% more than 2560. Personally I rock 2560x1440 monitors and am not sure why you'd buy an ultrawide with this resolution unless they're significantly cheaper than the 2560x1440 ones, which they're not.
why cold?
Hot from me. Yes it's low res monitor, but it's big, ultrawide and 144Hz for under £400...
For those saying this is low resolution, exactly what graphics card were you going to use to play games in 4k at 144hz?
I have this monitor and I lol at everyone complaining about the resolution.

Unless you currently own a 1440p or great monitor, you won't notice the "low" resolution.

For the 144hz and the widescreen, it's well worth the price. The curve is a pretty nice feature too - I was in the bracket of "what's the point in a curve?" before I tried it.

Frequency > Resolution.
Quaker_Boy

I have this monitor and I lol at everyone complaining about the … I have this monitor and I lol at everyone complaining about the resolution.Unless you currently own a 1440p or great monitor, you won't notice the "low" resolution.For the 144hz and the widescreen, it's well worth the price. The curve is a pretty nice feature too - I was in the bracket of "what's the point in a curve?" before I tried it.Frequency > Resolution.


Agreed with that about you wont notice the resolution unless experienced 1440p or 4k.

Damn I just wish this was available at £389 before I purchased my 1440p 144hz monitor.

Movies and games would feel insane on this monitor and run great performance wise at 2560x1080 (not demanding at all compared to 1440p or 1440p ultrawide)
if ur playing games and recording then it's good dnt go with 1440p or 4k unless u av two GTX 1080 I own 4k monitor 4k TV, and 1440p monitor and wen I was recording frame drop hell alot now I got Acer Predator Z35 200hz and I record and play no frame drop or lag and am gud at pvp games like Arma, Dayz, Rust, battle ground unknown etc....
Edited by: "jazbrave2020" 10th May 2017
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