38” Alienware - $1282

undertaker2k8

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Extremely buggy when I tried it couple of months back and no auto input switching, would not recommend.
 

T4rd

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Nah, holding out with my 34" Alienware ultrawide (3440x1440) 120Hz G-Sync monitor until a 42" 4K/120Hz w/ VRR OLED comes out. I used a 43" curved 4K Samsung TV before my current monitor and it was perfect other than it only being 60Hz and no VRR. I miss having my quadrants of 1080p windows on one display while not gaming and doing any productivity tasks.
 

DoubleTap

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I have the original LG version with Gsync and it's been fantastic but as others have mentioned, I've heard this one can have some minor issues - still, it's a lot less money.

I think 38" 1600P is the ideal gaming format
 

supastar1568

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I have this monitor and it is great. Alienware makes top quality stuff and is my go-to brand for monitor purchases as Dell has a great return/exchange policy on their top of the line displays.

The size of this monitor is perfect, and like others said the only upgrade from this monitor would be an OLED version of some kind. I'd take an ultrawide 38" Alienware OLED any day of the week.
 

FaRKle0079

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Wouldn't recommend this monitor. I had two and both had issues. Just not a well implemented product. The design and exterior feel are the best parts.
 

Vicinity

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I have the original LG version with Gsync and it's been fantastic but as others have mentioned, I've heard this one can have some minor issues - still, it's a lot less money.

I think 38" 1600P is the ideal gaming format

I agree 38" 1600p is perfect, not to small to read on and not too big to swivel your head. I also have the LG and it's a beast, 175 hz is bitchin'.

No experience with the Alienware though.
 
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