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[eBay Plus] Xiaomi Mi Curved 34" 144hz WQHD 21:9 FreeSync Gaming Monitor 1440p Display $495.20 Delivered @ Gearbite eBay

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PWXTRA20

Features

  • 21:9 wide panoramic view. The 21:9 format of the game interface is 30% wider than the average 16:9 screen player's field of view, especially in RTS and FPS games, the field of vision is extremely wide.
  • Ultra clear image with clear details. 3440×1440 ultra-clear resolution, every corner of the scene can be realistic and delicate, and the game world is spectacular and exquisite.
  • High brightness, high contrast, and vivid picture quality. The display brightness is up to 300 nits, with a high contrast ratio of 3000:1, the game screen is from bright white to deep black, clear and beautiful, vivid and vivid.
  • 1500R large curvature surrounded visual field, gives you an immersive experience. The 1500R's extremely large curvature design, the line of sight is surrounded by the screen, showing a panoramic view of the overall immersion; the curved screen has a smaller visual tilt angle, and the eyes are almost equidistant, reducing visual distortion, fully restore the true Horizons of each corner.
  • 144Hz high refresh rate, fast responses, every action is faster. 144Hz high refresh rate, 4ms response time, effectively reduce game picture stagnation and smear. Shooting games that require quick response are more likely to lock the target and hit the enemy with precisions.
  • AMD Free-Sync, the picture is smooth, not stuck, not tearing. AMD Free-Sync technology can consistently match the screen display at high frame rate input, reducing problems such as stucking or tearing during game play, improving visual fluency and greatly enhancing player competitiveness.
  • Include two year warranty

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Comments

  • +1

    This Xiaomi was the WSIB poll winner in 2021 but it seems to have been overtaken by the new Dell S3422DWG in the 2022 poll

    Also, PWXTRA20 can't be applied to this item?

    • Gearbite (store rep) reached out. There are three listings of the same screen. I’ve amended to the correct discounted one

    • S3422DWG how is is this better?
      And are they both same samsung panel etc?

      does it have any flickering issue like the xiaomi?

      • Not the same panel variation, Dell is far faster.

        Flickering is an issue with a lot of VA panels when FPS is detected as zero then ramped again, not sure of any non-hardware GSync options that don't.

        Can always just disable adaptive sync.

        • Flickering is an issue with a lot of VA panels

          What are alternative to VA that does not have this issue? (beside TN)

          Can always just disable adaptive sync.

          So what is the point of buying these monitors then?
          People want Gsync/Freesync for the gaming monitors..
          else just get normal ones for office use or gaming without adaptive sync.

          • @pinkybrain:

            What are alternative to VA that does not have this issue? (beside TN)

            Absolutely nothing in this price range, just buy the Dell, or consider getting a great 16:9 gaming monitor and having a secondary, which will allow you to mix and match tech in the future, as well as not be down your entire setup is a panel dies.

            So what is the point of buying these monitors then?
            People want Gsync/Freesync for the gaming monitors..
            else just get normal ones for office use or gaming without adaptive sync.

            Adaptive sync serves one purpose: to assist with smoothing out tearing when frame rate is fluctuating. You should not have adaptive sync on when outside of games, and you shouldn't have it on for any game where you're chasing low system latency as it adds delay as you drop in frame rate, so no eSports titles.

            Between that and older games already being able to perform at 144 FPS and above with modern GPUs with ever-improving features like DLSS 2.4 and FSR 2.0, most of the time you'll probably prefer it off. But if you'd actually read into when and how people experience these issues, it's typically in game menus, where the frame rate can slow to zero, or when map or inventory pages are frequently toggled into view, i.e. it's probably a voltage issue that results in brightness flicker.

            The design fix for this is expensive, and once you consider that the scenario is sub-60Hz and can be often covered by driver and firmware patches that drill down on it overtime, you can understand why no one bothers to invest in that currently.

            I'm not sure there's many monitors left without adaptive sync, it's a very cheap feature to add these days. Just turn it off unless you're playing a casual game that's fluctuating between 60-100 FPS.

        • Looking at rting's measurements, it seems that the Xiaomi is the faster panel.

          • @notmarounhindy: That's a strange take considering the Xiaomi monitor isn't even listed there, not that RTings measurements are particularly relevant given their older testing methods.

            Using that old method, you can see on a HWU review that the Gigabyte was measuring 25% lower on average response times, and still ahead even on darker transitions (a weakness of VA).

            You can then see over on RTings that the Dell smashes the Gigabyte on both measurements and photography, showing a clearer image in motion.

  • FYI these models are in Chinese and mine was significant darker than my AU version.

    • +4

      so you got two?

      can you post side by side of both screens?

  • -1

    would not buy - had issues when connecting two inputs - google search the issue before committing friends!

    • what issue is that?

      the main one I seen is the flickering issue
      so never bought it when it was much cheaper than this deal.

  • Code PWXTRA20 is for all Gearbite items?

  • +4

    Got this back in late 2020, absolutely love it. Been using it far more for wfh than gaming though.

    • +1

      Same, got 2 monitors from work, and I use this as my main screen, while the other two (from work) used to complement the view.

      Big screen, small brain!

  • +1

    These have horrible smearing, poor viewing angles & often bad backlight bleed.

    They were great for the crazy prices they were going for a couple years ago, when there was no competition even close, but you're far better off ponying up the extra cash for the Dell instead these days.

      • Forgot about that one! It only really showed up for me in menus, so it was never too big a deal.

        Although iirc it would happen constantly if I was watching something via Plex, so I'd have to disable gsync altogether.

        • Paying $400 to $500 for a monitor has flickering issue and no way to fix this
          put me off it when it was on special at the $400 and below price range

          Was about to pull the trigger and get it it back then when it was $400 and below deal
          but the issue soured the deal.

    • The groupthink was very strong for this for a long time… I suffered many a down vote for pointing out the Gigabyte and Dell options until I could point at a motion pursuit camera pic.

      • +1

        In their defence though, they were very, very cheap for the size & resolution they provided - nothing else was even close. But since the Dell & Gigabyte alternatives have come out, they are clearly a better choice at only a small price increase (about $50 iirc for the Dell).

        Some people may not care about the shortcomings either I guess, or maybe haven't compared them to better monitors - but there are no unicorn versions of these monitors, they all have the same flaws.

  • +1

    Wow guess I've been lucky to not have issues with this monitor for nearly 2 years now. Tried the dell 34 shortly after and the build quality of dell was not as good and I had to return due to flickering.

  • Using one for nearly 2 years no issues, no flickering, colours could be better

  • Good size for productivity. Been a user for 2 years for WFH and occasional gaming, and no complaints.

  • Waiting for a deal around $400 to pull the trigger - maybe those days are over and i should just pull the trigger

  • I use this monitor for gaming with freesync enabled, no issues like others have reported.

    When I first started using it though reds were very "strong" (saturated? Not sure the word for it) and overtime it settled down and is quite pleasant to use now 👍

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