Display: 35-inch 2000mm radius curved VA at 100 Hz
Resolution: 3440 x 1440 pixels
Sync Technology: G-SYNC
Signal Input: 1 x HDMI, 1 x DisplayPort, 4 x USB 3.0, Audio out, Microphone in/out
Special Features: AOC Ergo Base (height, tilt, swivel adjustment), Stereo speakers, 4ms GtG response time, 2000:1 contrast ratio, 100 per cent sRGB colour gamut
Buying anything more expensive than the viewsonic xg2703-gs is silly. Viewsonic is a well known and respected monitor brand and the monitor is $100 cheaper than the asus, acer, or aoc. It also has a lower failure rate, fewer dead pixels, and less backlight bleed due to build quality.
It's good that we're seeing more 1440 monitors. I really like that resolution. However, we need to see more HDR or Quantum Dot panels. Color gamut needs to be pushed upwards in monitors. TVs are currently a better value.
I prefer ULMB to G-sync. It is so much more clearer and you can still see all the details during motion. I wish more monitors had this feature and at faster frame rates. The Acer Predator that I have limits ULMB to 100hz. G-Sync blurs everything and sacrifices detail for smoother motion.
Seriously any monitor manufacturer listening should consider HDR10 curved 144hz G-sync 2560x1440 or higher Res. And they got me. Price means nothing to me.
Me too, except I don't care about 144hz. I would be just as happy with 100hz since I can't see the difference above this level. I would add one thing, I don't like 27" monitors. I won't buy anything smaller than 30" and prefer 31.5/32" ones.
Additionally I would want quantum dot and a VA panel without PWM. If they have to charge the same as a 21:9 panel for this, I would grumble, but pay it.