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    #26
    its a rebranded korean manufactured low price monitor using a panel manufactured by the same factory as the one that supplies samsung.
    think of it as a good quality monitor without the branding and quality checks.
    if you need to claim warranty it might be okay with PBtech for the first year but then you are on your own.

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    #27
    Actually just watched a few reviews and think Iíll pass. Iíve tried dealing with PB before on warranty issues and it was a clusterf so I tend to avoid them whenever I can, especially with a cheaper brand.

    There is a 28Ē Samsung 4K for $399 but horrible vesa mount location. Might just kee saving an get a decent lg 4K or 1440p.

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    #28
    I think it’s going to be a great monitor for 600. It’s like the 2018 version of the hyped qnix etc which were the QHD 27” from a few years ago.

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    #29
    Are you only looking for new? Or would you go secondhand?

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    #30
    No problem with used but hard to find any decent deals on trademe.

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    #31
    focus wrote:
    I think it’s going to be a great monitor for 600. It’s like the 2018 version of the hyped qnix etc which were the QHD 27” from a few years ago.
    Maybe, reviews didn't look that great. Unless you don't mind ghosting. I think i'd rather have a 60hz screen than ghosting TBH. Get what you pay for really.

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    #32
    I gave up on this after seeing on and not really liking it. Ended up getting a LG 27UK650 4K today. Man the difference in clarity to my old 1080p even with it scaled to 1440p is astonishing!

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    #33
    Im glad this thread appeared on my google search for a review...

    Decided $800 was already alot of money to spend so just bite the bullet and go for quality~ thanks guys!

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    #34
    Looking for a new monitor preferably in the ultrawide form factor and with 1440p as opposed to 1080p.
    not looking at the gaming ones as it is Vidmate iTunes Notepad++ more for productivity/content rather than games.

    Not sure if I will get far but around $600-800 range if it exists?
    Last edited by KAMILIYA; 14th April 2019 at 8:29 am.

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    #35
    KAMILIYA wrote:
    Looking for a new monitor preferably in the ultrawide form factor and with 1440p as opposed to 1080p.
    not looking at the gaming ones as it is Vidmate iTunes Notepad++ more for productivity/content rather than games.

    Not sure if I will get far but around $600-800 range if it exists?
    Not UW but good size for productivity and cheap.
    https://www.pbtech.co.nz/product/MON...nitor-3840x216

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    #36
    heaps of cheap decent options from dicksmith

    https://www.dicksmith.co.nz/dn/shop/...uter-monitors/

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    #37
    I've heard that UW Kogan panel ($599) is the same panel as the Titan army that PB has on Demo.

    This kogan https://www.dicksmith.co.nz/dn/buy/k...esync-monitor/

    Anyone seen that in person?

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    #38
    I did as was looking at one too. Wasnít a fan to be honest, felt quite cheap and it wasnít the best picture in store.

    Ended up getting a 27Ē LG 4K which Iím super happy with.

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    #39
    Puk wrote:
    I did as was looking at one too. Wasn’t a fan to be honest, felt quite cheap and it wasn’t the best picture in store.

    Ended up getting a 27” LG 4K which I’m super happy with.
    Ah ok, thought it may be too good to be true. Thanks for the heads up.

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    #40
    I think the 34" titan army/kogan is decent for the price. also it is the right resolution/size depending on your needs.
    I personally think that 4k should be on 32" at least. 27" is ideally for 1440p.

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    #41
    Anyone running a desk mount arm for an uw? Got x34p not sure what to get, any advice?

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    #42
    I have this for my Asus PG348Q works like a charm and is strong enough to hold it in any position.

    https://www.pbtech.co.nz/product/MOA...-Ergonomic-Gas

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    #43
    I like the version of that arm without the USB stuff. Was looking at it yesterday.

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    #44
    Ah yeah, if possible get that, never used the pass through myself.

    EDIT: This the one ?
    https://www.pbtech.co.nz/product/MOA...nomic-Gas-Spri

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    #45
    ThomasChp wrote:
    Ah yeah, if possible get that, never used the pass through myself.

    EDIT: This the one ?
    https://www.pbtech.co.nz/product/MOA...nomic-Gas-Spri
    Yep that's the one.

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    #46
    Haisley wrote:
    Yep that's the one.
    Have got this for my CHG90, only one I found to do the job

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    #47
    Review on the Kogan/titan army/viotek 34inch ultra wide 100hz 1440p

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    #48
    I bought this monitor from PB Tech and I can confirm its pretty damn good for the price point. You can find some minor flaws if you look hard. But generally speaking I couldn't really fault it. I don't game on it much however, generally just use it for Graphical mapping work and of course text editing. However on the odd occasion after working late, I'll fire up some hearthstone on it, that's about the extent of gaming done on it. It's a definite buy from me, currently considering getting one for home.

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    #49
    focus wrote:
    No problem with used but hard to find any decent deals on trademe.
    Did you end up buying something?
    https://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Lis...?id=2168991705

    -e-
    Last edited by pyronical; 30th May 2019 at 7:20 pm.

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    #50
    I just picked up a LG 34WK95U-W 34, running it a native resolution. So. Much. Space.