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post #21 of 1154 (permalink) Old 05-30-2017, 12:10 PM
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I've just bought PG348Q, for a fantastic price but still.... smile.gif

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AU makes the panel.... So it will likely be a extremely hit and miss for issues.

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AU makes the panel.... So it will likely be a extremely hit and miss for issues.

AU is nothing but hot garbage. These will be a mess at launch and will always be like that.
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Awesome! Thanks for the info Cali. The acer looks much better aesthetically.


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Taken from the swedish hardware site Nordichardware. With an interview with Asus, this monitor will most likely be released next year smile.gif.
So this will probably be exact the same story as it was with previously Asus monitors, they say it will be released in a few months, but it ends up not releasing for over a year.
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sad thing about new hardware these days.. it doesn't stay at the same price.... so I can't get excited really because they like to charge a price premium even though we've waited a few years for this

if it comes in at 1k which it should then that's cool but anything over 1200 is a joke, theyre advancing with technology but ask a premium when they should be having a set price imo.

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Wish there has a full 4K( I don't care if its Ultrawide, just want at least 4K), HDR monitor with low ms, at 30-35"

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Do we know the cost and release date?



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I'm impressed that the monitor has local dimming. The closest you can get to OLED, really. I hope it's a VA panel.

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sad thing about new hardware these days.. it doesn't stay at the same price.... so I can't get excited really because they like to charge a price premium even though we've waited a few years for this

if it comes in at 1k which it should then that's cool but anything over 1200 is a joke, theyre advancing with technology but ask a premium when they should be having a set price imo.

$1000? Not a chance. Current 3440x1440 G-Sync ultrawides are $1000-1300 with glaring flaws and mediocre build quality. This one's going for over $1500 easily, and probably closer to $2000 if not potentially more.

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