I've got this monitor, I've also got the Alienware 240hz ips monitor which is like 2x the price. This monitor is just as good for us mere mortals that don't have perfect vision/reaction
Happy Days, cheers, ordered one for my son's birthday. Got it for £144.97 using code FNDDGAMING at checkout
Ok, I have this exact monitor when it was released few years ago. Paid around £170ish on Amazon which was an amazing price back then but hindsight I didnt know much about monitors and there was hardly any reviews. G-sync works (both rtx 3070 and 2060 had no issues). Colour is great and vibrant but the HDR is just a gimmick as with most monitors advertised as such. Response and refresh are amazing with minimal lag expected for a 144hz/1ms panel. Played alot of competitive eSports (mainly csgo) and notice no issue in my skill. Also no flickering, ghosting and was very fortunate with a great IPS panel with no bleed/glow or dead pixel. Contrast is as expected with IPS, won't ever get pure black but this monitor does offer great black/grey level for what it is. Another added benefit is the monitor has in-built but they aren't good (kind of like a phone speaker). However, many monitor advertised as gaming don't have speakers so can't complain much, better than nothing I suppose. The stand also has a small footprint and not overly massive with plenty of adjustment and rotation (it even swivels!!), has VESA mount if you want to use a dual set-up. Overall, it was a killer 1080p monitor then and I still use it. Just upgraded to a 2k monitor, but if there are any other questions do ask! Hardly any flaws with this monitor, but can't comment on AOC customer services and Curry's are dreadful...
Excellent monitor for the price. I paid £190ish about a year ago, there was nothing really that would compete on price for those specs/my requirements. My wife uses it as a 2nd monitor as the colour representation is decent enough for her design work, too.
X2, especially for usage with the PS5