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PQ321Q 31.5" LED LCD Monitor - 16:9 - 8 ms (Adjustable Display Angle - 3840 x 2160 - 1073.7 Million Colors 10-bit - 350 Nit - 800:1 - Speakers - HDMI

PQ321Q 31.5" LED LCD Monitor - 16:9 - 8 ms (Adjustable Display Angle - 3840 x 2160 - 1073.7 Million Colors 10-bit - 350 Nit - 800:1 - Speakers - HDMI
alaAverage 4.4

3 reviews

Jul, 2014

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Ok but could be better

 

This is a good monitor it shows flesh tones very well. especially in sensitive areas

Kinda pricey and doofy looking

Consumer review by:

More screen space than I need

 

Great monitor however unless $3500 mean little or nothing, I wouldn't buy a monitor with this high resolution unless you use many applications that really benefit from such high resolution. A stock trader or anyone who needs many applications to be...

Sharp image ; Rich colors ; Easy to set up

Small text ; Needs high end video card

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ASUS PQ321Q

 

the control buttons on the side of the screen (which you'll only touch once when u setup the monitor are PAINFULLY bad) to keep fps 60+ with maxed settings you will be 2-3 titans or 3+ 780s. I have 3 titans and had to shut off AA on a few games.

This monitor is a rebadged Sharp PN-K321 (which is what I own) ; First off, Ultra is amazing! It is the same feeling I got years ago when I moved from 1920x1200 to 2560x1600... you can't go back ; Pro: nice rich color (while not color perfect - but...

HUGE problem.. is 60hz. To get 60hz you need to treat the screen as 2 monitors 1920x2160. If you are a gamer (like I am) this needs to be spanned into one logical screen. ATI/AMD can do this, but crossfire sucks so you don't have the power to max game...

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