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G32QC-SA 32in Curved 165Hz QHD Gaming Monitor w/ DisplayHDR, FreeSync™ Premium Pro $390.75 PB ME $399.99 ($389.93)

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[Vuugo.com] G32QC-SA 32in Curved 165Hz QHD Gaming Monitor w/ DisplayHDR, FreeSync™ Premium Pro $390.75 PB ME $399.99 ($389.93)

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$390.75
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Decent deal after PB with ME. Plenty of online stock.

ME $399.99

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If you're in the market for a new screen, take a look at RFD Reviews' roundup of the best gaming monitors!
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Nov 24, 2017
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I have the G34WQC and its worth very penny. I would get the 32" one.
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tech newb here... is it easy to switch between HDMI inputs ? I want to use this with my work and personal laptop.. TIA
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mic2074 wrote: tech newb here... is it easy to switch between HDMI inputs ? I want to use this with my work and personal laptop.. TIA
There is a small joystick behind the screen. A bit more tedious than a dedicated "input" button but should not be too bad.
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Feb 14, 2011
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Minimum $40 shipping kills this deal

Subtotal $390.75
Recycling Fee $10.00
Ground (3-6 Days) $40.86
Shipping Insurance $7.50
BC PST $31.44
BC GST $22.46
Grand Total $503.01
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Mar 17, 2007
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I paid almost $700 for the 34" version :O

Great deal
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Dec 21, 2012
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mic2074 wrote: tech newb here... is it easy to switch between HDMI inputs ? I want to use this with my work and personal laptop.. TIA
All monitors have auto input detection. If you shut down/put one laptop to sleep, wait until the monitor goes on stand by and you can switch to your other laptop and the monitor will switch it's input.
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mic2074 wrote: tech newb here... is it easy to switch between HDMI inputs ? I want to use this with my work and personal laptop.. TIA
Might want to invest in a KVM.
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Dec 21, 2012
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PerformingAzura wrote: Might want to invest in a KVM.
I was going to do just that. Ended up saving some money by buying a USB only KVM (mouse, keyboard, headset, webcam) and using the monitors auto input detection.
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Same price on Amazon, but $50 less shipped.

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