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[Kogan First] Kogan 34" WQHD 21:9 Ultraw. 75Hz Monitor (3440 x 1440) $289/Kogan 50" 4K UHD HDR LED Smart TV $399 - Kogan


This seems like a great deal for this size of a monitor in WQHD - good for anyone on a budget.

Kogan 50" 4K UHD HDR LED Smart TV (Series 8, NU8030): https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/kogan-50-4k-uhd-hdr-led-smart-t...

From the website: Monitor:

Immerse yourself in the high speed and incredible fluidity of this stunning 34” WQHD monitor, ditching screen distortion and lagging refresh rates thanks to the ultrawide VA panel.

  • Ultra-wide screen with immersive WQHD 3440 × 1440 resolution
  • Rapid 75Hz refresh rate with 6.9ms (OD) response time
  • VA Panel for superior contrast
  • Minimise eye fatigue
  • VESA mount compatible

From the website: TV:

Transform your home theatre with vivid 4K Ultra HD resolution, enhanced HDR and faster, easier support for Netflix, YouTube and your other favourite streaming services thanks to this stunning 50” LED Smart TV.

  • Stunning 4K Ultra HD resolution with HDR support
  • Easy access buttons for pre-installed Netflix, YouTube and Amazon Prime Video
  • App portal access for ErosNow, YuppTV, Toon Goggles and more*
  • Wi-Fi and ethernet connectivity
  • Live and catch up content for all free-to-air networks
  • Screen mirroring for Android and Windows 10
  • HDMI, LAN and USB input


Thanks to JTM.

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  • +7 votes

    Kogan. Nope


    Sounds cheap tho

  • +1 vote

    I know people have an axe to grind with Kogan, but that's an impressively low price for the panel on offer. It

    • +2 votes

      Cheap crud is cheap crud.
      Polished turds going cheap

  • +2 votes

    No price is a great price if the products have a history of not lasting.
    I see many Kogan screens and TV's in FB Marketplace when I'm selling my stuff.
    They usually are being sold as they have a fault and are just out of warranty.

    Got screwed on a 3 month sim deal they wouldn't honour.
    I recently bought 2 x 5G phones and a new Lumix camera.
    DSE/Kogun wasn't even in the starters for this race.
    Cost them about $1.5K sales for that $15 sim

  • +1 vote

    I bought their 34" qhd 120hz ips and honestly it's pretty good. Paid $550 back when it was on pre-sale.

    Had it for a couple of months now, no dead/stuck pixels, blb is not too bad.


      Same, it’s a Samsung panel, pretty good

      • +2 votes

        You do know that the panels are not usually what goes (impact force aside).
        The electronics (PCB's etc,) that are made by/for each brand are typically what stuffs up.
        In the case of Kogan, it's my opinion that they buy the cheapest crap they can get that should last the warranty period.
        I believe this has tended to be their approach from inception.
        it may have a Kogan brand on it, I doubt that it's made to their specs.


          Definitely, I can't tell how long is going to last but I'm ok if only lasts 12 months, you can always get the 3 years extended warranty. I still have a 2014 desktop as it hasn't died yet and I can't justify the upgrade until it does.

          • +1 vote

            @UrbionPT: Yes, the extended warranty.
            How much of a bargain is it when you factor that in plus the return freight?


          With the popularity of 34" panels, tcons, display and led drivers would be easy to source for these.

          I've dealt with backyard qhd drivers and taobao back when I diy'd my monitors, I have faith kogan can do better.


      And that one has video of usb-c doesn't it?


    Kogan reported an issue with too much inventory at the last investor meeting. Guess they are trying to liquidate stock as fast as possible now.