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Around 700 to spend on new monitor(s)

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Finally got the money to buy 2 new monitors to add to my setup and I've been looking for the best one. A little while back and after doing some current searching/looking at reviews, I've come up with the Asus VE278Q as a very good potential candidate.

But before I sink $700 or so into them, I'd like to know your opinions and/or other suggestions.
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I have a Acer gd235hz and I love it. Its a little smaller than that but the 120hz is worth it.
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While that does look like a great monitor, I'm not sure the cash for 120hz is worth it for me. I don't game a whole lot, but I do program a ton etc. I do watch movies a lot on my screens too, so I prefer having them a bit bigger.
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