Same price at Dell UK website. If you are a student, then you can benefit from 15% student discount. So basically £509 after discount.
It is a shame it is 2560x1080 rather than a 1440p. I can't see 1080p looking too good over such a larger screen, even if it means not as much GPU power required.
Depends on your GPU and the game. I have an R390 Nitro 8GB and it can run Shadows of Mordor at 3400 by 1400 on ultra settings at around 55-75 fps so the Freesync works a treat and the games run without tearing or stuttering. You will have to drop the settings on more demanding games but Gsync monitors usually start at 30Hz unlike some of their Freesync counterparts. Also for work the increase in resolution allows for 4 pages side by side with the text crisp and easy to read and ultrawide videos look gorgeous. People are obsessed with high frame rates but it isn't as important with single player and non FPS titles. I'd rather play a title like Skyrim running project ENB and drop the visuals in favour of a higher resolution with a 34 inch panel at this price. Text will be far from crisp on a screen this size at 2560 by 1080. Unfortunately Nvidia owners have to pay a premium monitor manufacturers are being charged to implement their hardware which really isn't fair. Just my thoughts.
Well said, What about if gaming is your thing but not FPS?
For FPS, 2560 by 1080 is definitely a better experience with the higher refresh rates and being easier to drive games at the required frame rates needed to take advantage of GSYNC. For everything else, including general gaming, 3400 by 1400 looks stunning, being easier to drive than full 4K panels. More demanding games (Witcher 3 for example) will struggle unless you have a beefy GPU. If gaming isn't your main priority, I'd pick 3400 by 1400 with lower refresh rates over this any day. (nerd)