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AstiVita 2k Curved 31.5" 75Hz Monitor $259 (Was $419) Delivered @ AstiVita Amazon AU

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We really want you to try our new monitor so we have dropped the price even further!

$419 $259 AstiVita 2K WQHD Curved 31.5" Computer Monitor

  • 31.5” 2560 x 1440: 2K 1440p Resolution at a refresh rate of 75Hz
  • AMD FREESYNC
  • LOW BLUELIGHT & FLICKER FREE
  • 3 YEAR WARRANTY
  • VESA 75 x 75mm mount

As always any issues please send us a message through Amazon!

Price History at C CamelCamelCamel.
This is part of Boxing Day Sales for 2019

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  • I guess the only way to find out if it is good quality or not… is to buy and try?

  • What's the dead pixel policy, and is there a return policy if we're not happy?

    • +7 votes

      Listing says "We cover any dead pixels for 30 Days." Amazon have great return policies.

      Otherwise: Replacement warranted when 2 or more bright sub pixels or 6 or more dark sub pixels are present within the first 18 months. ANY number of dead pixels within the first 30 days warrants a replacement. All other issues covered by our 3 year warranty.

  • Beside the curved screen, how is this one compare to Viewsonic vx3276-2k?

    @OP, How long is the warranty? I am looking to buy 2 of these if good, any further discount if I buy 2?

    • Replacement warranted when 2 or more bright sub pixels or 6 or more dark sub pixels are present within the first 18 months. ANY number of dead pixels within the first 30 days warrants a replacement. All other issues covered by our 3 year warranty.

    • Buying a cheap monitor is like buying lottery. The chance of winning is higher though.
      Bought the Viewsonic VX3276-2K in June (EOFY). Didn't have any issue with dead pixels. Was lucky
      I bought this one last night to try, will see the quality when it comes ..

      • Thanks, I have been eying the VX3276-2K after reading some reviews online, I like its thin border design and not too expensive compare to others. I am not a gamer, I just need it for my 3D CAD work and watching movie every now and then but my son sometimes play games on my PC, he mostly play minecraft, RB6 Siege, fortnite etc.., since you have one already do you think the VX3276-2K is a good choice for all the things I do? Cheers

        • Yeah I would say it's a good choice if you go for budget and decent performance. If you are okay with gaming at 60Mhz then go for the ViewSonic VX3276-2K. The cheapest deal rn is at Scorptec.
          This monitor from AstiVita has more nice-to-have" features, and it's curved. Too bad you missed out on this one, but if you not in a hurry, this seller might do another sale again

  • are there any 144hz 1080p monitors you make?

    • They don't make them. It's a generic one they just brand as their own.

      A quick search reveals that there's no other monitors they sell on Amazon. https://www.amazon.com.au/s?k=monitor&me=ANOC89S9GMNTI&ref=n...

      • ahh okay thanks, im having a tough decision on a 144hz 1080p 24" montior, i want the 24g2 but cannot be bothered waiting because theres no stock anywhere

      • They don't make them. It's a generic one they just brand as their own.

        The same can be said for every monitor manufacturer then, but you're probably not that specific/picky on other brands posted here.

        • +3 votes

          Not really. Even if there are only a few panel manufacturers, branded monitors have proper engineering behind them. Whereas this is a rebranded cheapo Chinese no name.

      • Most brands are not making the panels FYI.

        • +2 votes

          I know. But there’s a difference between AOC buying LG panels for their monitors and these Alibaba rebranded no name things from China.

          That’s not to say these are bad.

  • Can still get the Aldi 27 curved 144htz for $249 if you hunt around

  • I'm pretty happy with those recent cheap deals with Astivita but I don't think I'd bite here.
    Got in on this one when it was active and I believe it's been offered even cheaper at times.
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/475870

    Not professing to be an expert but imagine it is a case of broadly liked Vs. unknown. Not sure if it's apples and apples.

  • what are the reviews on this monitor?

  • Quick question - my wife is using a 27" WQHD iMac running Windows 10 under Bootcamp - she needs two screens for her work. Considering the OS, ports available on this monitor and the iMac, is it going to easily be able to extend her desktop?

  • Jeez, big monitors sure have come down in price last few years

  • More like we can’t sell any of these monitors please take them for discount!

  • I find it really weird that an ASX-listed B2B bathroom supplier is now just selling random rebranded knock offs from Alibaba

  • Uhhhh, how many were in stock to begin with? Expired after 1 hour OP?

    • I see you've just joined recently. 1 hour is a good run, wait until you try an eBay hourly flash deal.

      • Seconded that. Gone in 60ms for the popular items like drones, NC headphones and game consoles ;-)

        • (profanity) hell. 60ms is less time than it takes for most Aussies to send traffic to and from the OzBargain servers.

    • It's been on for a few hours. Sorry to hear that you missed out.

  • I'm going to go against the flow here - bought one, trust the company more due to their interaction with us here. Worst comes to worst Amazon is great with returns.

  • I got one too in the box in the garage I will bust it out tomorrow and see if it's any good.

    • I wish I bought two of these. The quality is too good for the price

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        Any feedback for us on it?

        • I submitted a customer review on Amazon, it might still pending approval

        • So far pretty good. For the price I dont think you can't go wrong.
          75 Hz over Display Port looks pretty good. I have the monitor connected to a spare PC made up of old parts so I have played a few rounds of battlefield on it and it look great except for the low FPS the old PC was throwing out but will plug it up to my main system over the weekend to see how it goes.
          The spare system doesn't have the horse power of the gaming pc so I will be able to get a better handle on how it goes when I get it connected to the gaming PC.

          For comparison I have a LG UltraGear 27GL850 27in 144Hz on my gaming setup.