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|Power Consumption||59 W (Maximum)0.3 W (Standby)|
|Power Adapter Type||External|
|AC Input Power||100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz|
|Mounting-Hole Pattern||100 x 100 mm|
|Tilt Adjustment||-2 to 15°|
|Weight||15.21 lb / 6.90 kg (With Stand)14.1 lb / 6.40 kg (Without Stand)|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||32.6 x 18.5 x 9.5" / 828.0 x 469.9 x 241.3 mm (With Stand)32.6 x 14.5 x 4.2" / 828.0 x 368.3 x 106.7 mm (Without Stand)|
|Connectivity||1 x HDMI 1.41 x HDMI 2.01 x DisplayPort1 x 3.5 mm Output|
|Operating Humidity||10 to 80%|
|Operating Temperature||40 to 104°F / 4 to 40°C|
|Panel Type||VA LCD|
|Bit Depth / Color Support||8-Bit (16.7 Million Colors)|
|Adaptive Sync Technology||FreeSync|
|Refresh Rate||75 Hz|
|Maximum Brightness||300 cd/m2|
|Pixels Per Inch (ppi)||109 ppi|
|Native Resolution||3440 x 1440|
|Response Time||4 ms|
|Viewing Angle||Horizontal: 178°Vertical: 178°|
Coming from an old 23" 1080p monitor that I purchased in 2010, this is quite the upgrade. It's amazing how affordable monitors have gotten in the past few years. We are a long ways from the days when I spent nearly a grand on a 19" LCD.
I work on some spreadsheets but mostly spend hours a day editing word processing documents. I have set the word-processor zoom at 67% which (with my setup) gives me 3 pages to view concurrently. That is a big efficiency advantage over my old setup. Simply an excellent investment for me.
I needed a "Budget" Ultra Wide Monitor primarily for working at home in a "Dual monitor" style setup. So far so good. I've only had the monitor for a about a month now and have had no complaints. With the help of freeware I'm actually able to have the monitor in a " 3 screen " style setup if needed.
I have to give it a 5 since it actually works, screen realestate can't be denied.
I wanted to share my experience as others may run into the same issues. I learned several things that may help others: 1) This monitor has two different ratings for the two HDMI ports. HDMI #2 is better as it supports HDMI 2.0. HDMI #1 supports HDMI 1.4. See the manual for more information on this.
i have to admit, when i first hooked this up and started using it, i wasn't sure i was going to keep it. i read the instructions and made some adjustments and wow! i love this monitor. great for games and work. i would definitely recommend it for almost anything.
Works well looks good. Should be noted that 75Hz will only work on one of the HDMI ports, and not with the DisplayPort. I'm using it on a Linux distribution and I have been issues with waking from sleep, but I'm going to guess that it's an issue with my OS and drivers, not the display itself.
Very good price for the resolution and size This monitor is very good price for the resolution and size. Be aware of a couple of items: 1. The size of your desktop icons and text will now be smaller. You can adjust the size if it too small, but on my graphics card it caused issues. 2.
Looks fantastic but make sure you have enough room for it
Great product and great price. I have a Mid-2012 MacBook Pro 15 and have had no issues with the screen. I use it mostly for QBO work and it's good, not excellent but good. I game on it with my Xbox sometimes and the picture looks very good and the Game Mode makes it bright. No serious gaming.