i dont disput its well worth it, but at 42% more its not just a bit more expensive :)
It’s well worth it in the grand scheme. ElectriQ use some junk panels.
I have just taken this off of the very first hit from entering the name in Google. "What has staggered us a little is the complete lack of information about the brand on it’s website and, other than a simple contact form, seemingly no support at all. So we went and searched for parts for the models we could find and, zip, not a single item appears to be available, the models aren’t even known. Then we asked a few of the guys if they knew who did service or if they’d been asked and, again, a complete blank. With no support that we can find and a complete lack of information our advice is to avoid this brand completely. Beyond warranty expect this to be yet another one that ends up in the “we don’t do that” section of the repairers portfolio." To be fair, that quote was about all the "white goods" they were suddenly selling, but I came across the brands Monitors before the UK website was even up; the consensus from early US buyers was that quality control was awful; with multiple failures; and that the stuff was being made (badly) in Turkey. Caveat Emptor.
43% more isn't not much more :)
Far too low res for this size unless you’re sitting miles back rubbish quality control. Not much more gets you something decent: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-lc32jg50qquxen-314-inch-wqhd-monitor-dark-silver-curved-144hz-pre-order-amazon-3020021 Higher res, still 144hz, decent manufacturer, Amazon aftersales support