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post #11 of 210 (permalink) Old 05-29-2018, 07:21 PM
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Pretty sure most if not all the VG models that are 1080p will be 144hz. The 1440p and 4k ones will be 60hz.

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Pretty sure most if not all the VG models that are 1080p will be 144hz. The 1440p and 4k ones will be 60hz.
I hope not, that would be an epic fail. 1440p should at least be 144 Hz.

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I hope not, that would be an epic fail. 1440p should at least be 144 Hz.
I guess 1440p is 75Hz and 2160p is 60Hz.

You really can't expect much at a price of ~100€ on these monitors.

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I guess 1440p is 75Hz and 2160p is 60Hz.

You really can't expect much at a price of ~100€ on these monitors.
...100€?

"From $170" means that this will be the smallest version running 1080p. And this is ~150€

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...100€?

"From $170" means that this will be the smallest version running 1080p. And this is ~150€
€139. Closer to 100€ than 200€ yeah.

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€139. Closer to 100€ than 200€ yeah.
$170 is 146.15€... Which is ~150€ just like I wrote.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Lass3 View Post
$170 is 146.15€... Which is ~150€ just like I wrote.
But the EMEA price is 139€, says there on the news.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Leopardi View Post
But the EMEA price is 139€, says there on the news.
+VAT = roughly 170EUR. Didn't think it was 27" 2160p 144Hz for 139EUR including tax right? Me neither. Would be ridiculous if it was 21.5" LOL and everyone started pulling their hair cryin' in agony when they see it. The 139/170EUR is for 21.5" 1080p 60Hz anyway

Some shops list them, but even then they get the listings completely wrong and utterly generic with not specific specs beyond the name, no size no resolution no refresh rate specifics Just an eshop placeholder listing to attract people, who search for Acer Nitro, to buy something else.
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