Date Joined: 11/28/14
Pros: I got three free games worth approximately $145 total, free with my RX580 8GB GPU, which was also $30 off. I can't see any reason to be dissatisfied with something AMD doesn't have to give you that you get free.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey - $59.99
Star Control: Origins - $34.99
Strange Brigade - $49.99
Pros: The monitor is amazing. The picture is crisp and the colors have just the right amount of saturation. Not too, much or too little.
The size is good. 27" of viewing real estate it's an elegant monitor. The curve I thought would be just a gimmick, however its purpose is much more felt then on a TV, because you are sitting directly in front, mid-center.
One commentor mentioned no VESA mounts as a con. I can't speak to the commentor's monitior, but mine has VESA mounting holes.
This is a great multipurpose monitor. I use it for everything from general computing to gaming.
Cons: The stand is very solid but can wobble if you are banging away on your keyboard. Other then that it's fine.
Pros: The monitor is very crisp, the picture is bright and vibrant. I am on the computer for long periods of time, either doing work or relaxing gaming. The monitor only has a 60hz refresh rate, however that has not been an issue. It's a VA panel, therefore it looks much better than a TN.
Now on to the issue of the curve.
Many people tend to make snap judgements about without any experience at all. I looked long and hard at a regular flat panel or this curved model, after enough debating I gave it a try. I get migraines and the common headache, often times from looking at a computer screen for too long. The curve is more natural for my eyes, I get far less eye strain, and fewer headaches since I got this. And to be honest, I never notice the curve unless I make a conscious effort. It's been a great buy!
Overall Review: I would like to see this in a dedicated NVIDIA G-Sync model at 2560 x 1440, as an IPS with 144hz. But for now, I am enjoying this very much.