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Im looking for a good 27" 1440p monitor , and i'm not in Interested in gaming :)

I only need good and sharp image

Should i get PLS or IPS

I found X-STAR DP2710 , any Other suggestions ?

My budget is about $200 to $350.

Thanks.

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Im looking for a good 27" 1440p monitor , and i'm not in Interested in gaming  :)

I only need good and sharp image

Should i get PLS or IPS

I found X-STAR DP2710 , any Other suggestions ?

My budget is about $200 to $350.

Thanks.

 

I can not find a 1440p 27" monitor for this budget. (I looked on newegg)

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Im looking for a good 27" 1440p monitor , and i'm not in Interested in gaming :)

I only need good and sharp image

Should i get PLS or IPS

I found X-STAR DP2710 , any Other suggestions ?

My budget is about $200 to $350.

Thanks.

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This Acer comes in at $400. I'm not sure you're going to find anything worthwhile under $350 for a 1440p monitor.

 

The ASUS PB278Q is $460 and would be my choice in the category of 1440p non-gaming non-ultrawide monitors.

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I can not find a 1440p 27" monitor for this budget. (I looked on newegg)

 

Not even for $400 ! :(

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Not even for $400 ! :(

 

See my post above listing the Acer monitor for $400.

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Not even for $400 ! :(

You originally specified 200-350 dollars

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Not even for $400 ! :(

Cheapest reputable* brand 27" 1440p monitor i could find on newegg:

nvm was only 1080p

 

 

* You can pay a lot less but they are brands like QNIX or wasabi mango that I've never heard of.

 

Just go onto newegg.com and search 27" 1440p monitor

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Cheapest reputable* brand 27" 1440p monitor i could find on newegg:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824009626&cm_re=27%22_1440p_monitor-_-24-009-626-_-Product

 

* You can pay a lot less but they are brands like QNIX or wasabi mango that I've never heard of.

 

Just go onto newegg.com and search 27" 1440p monitor

 

The Acer monitor you listed is 1080p not 1440p.

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The Acer monitor you listed is 1080p not 1440p.

Oops sorry, got rid of it.

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This Acer comes in at $400. I'm not sure you're going to find anything worthwhile under $350 for a 1440p monitor.

 

The ASUS PB278Q is $460 and would be my choice in the category of 1440p non-gaming non-ultrawide monitors.

 

Would you say the asus is better the benq pt display and the dell 2713hm?

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Would you say the asus is better the benq pt display and the dell 2713hm?

 

I'm still using an ASUS 24" 1080p monitor that's about 6 years old and every experience I've had with the company has been nothing short of fantastic. I can't say anything specific about those monitors since I haven't used them before but I would generally go with ASUS over Dell or Acer, yes.

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