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EG 35" UWQHD Curved Gaming Monitor (100Hz / 1ms response / FreeSync) £499.97 Delivered at eBuyer
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EG 35" UWQHD Curved Gaming Monitor (100Hz / 1ms response / FreeSync) £499.97 Delivered at eBuyer

£499.97£599.9917%Ebuyer Deals
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Posted 29th Apr
Granted, not a monitor brand i'm particularly familiar with, but with these specs it seems hard to argue with!

4K and blazing fast response time, ultrawide curved display, and AMD FreeSync compatible

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Specifications

  • Screen size 35"
  • Panel AUO M350QVR01.1
  • Panel type VA Curvature 1800
  • Aspect ratio 0.88125
  • Active area (H*V) 819.408*345.888
  • Resolution 3440*1440
  • Backlight type E-LED
  • Maximum White luminance (cd/m²) 280
  • Minimum White luminance (cd/m²) 180
  • Default colour temperature 6500
  • Contrast - static 2500:1
  • Contrast - Dynamic Million
  • Support colour 16.7M
  • Colour scale sRGB 0.95, NTSC 0.72
  • Viewing angle (Horizontal/Vertical) 178/178
  • Response time 1Ms
  • Refresh rate 100HZ
  • Pixel pitch 0.2382*0.2402mm
  • Interface 3HDMI+DP
  • Input Voltage 100-240VAC, 50/60Hz, 2.0A
  • Type - Internal power board

Consumption

  • Typical: 60W, Max: 78W
  • Standby<=0.5W Indicator light
  • Power on: Blue (LED)
  • Power saving: Blue Flicker (LED)

Structure

  • Housing case color black+ red

Outline dimension

  • With stand 837.39*248.54*482.53mm
  • Without stand 837.39*122.79*376.66mm
  • Stand adjustment Tilt -5~15℃
  • Storage temperature -20ºC~60ºC
  • Operating temperature 0ºC~40ºC
  • Operating humidity 10~85%RH
  • Altitude ≤5000m


Main functions

Colour temperature cool,warm,user)Low blue light controlSetting mode(6 modes)DCRMultiple languages menuFlicker free backlight adjustmentFPS/RTS game mode one keyboard toggleGAME PLUSFreeSyncPIB/PBP PQ setting 1Over Drive
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8 Comments
That's not a 4k resolution
It's not 4k
Looks like the electriq 35/massdrop vast monitor under a different name
Edited by: "bozy09" 29th Apr
4k ultrawide, heard it all now
Don't think it's any better than electriq for 350.
Looks good but not sure how they can get away with stating it's 4k but suppose lg get away with it on the fake 4k rgbw TVs so maybe they ain't doing anything wrong.
dave8591 h, 4 m ago

Looks good but not sure how they can get away with stating it's 4k but …Looks good but not sure how they can get away with stating it's 4k but suppose lg get away with it on the fake 4k rgbw TVs so maybe they ain't doing anything wrong.


'technically' the LG does still have 4K pixels just the subpixel arrangement is not what it should be.
Great specs, just a bit too expensive...
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