Pros: Great looking screen, at a nice (just sub) 4K resolution of 3440 x 1440
Gentle curve, does what a curve it supposed to do, without being distracting
Just the perfect size: More width than a 32" 16:9 (sub 4K) and not ridiculous in size like a 43" 16:9
Again, the perfect compromise: Not 4K, so I can everything at the highest options on my RTX 3080
Cons: Would have liked, for the perfect *business* desktop (gamers probably don't care):
* 90W USB-C PowerDelivery or even Thunderbolt (I think this only has 18W)
* RJ-45 with ethernet passthru
* More ports (only two USB ports?)
Overall Review: A great all around monitor, both gaming and business. 3440 x 1440 IPS, 1ms and 144Hz & Gsync? What's not to love?!?!
Overall Review: For the price I recommend this display. Runs smooth with G-sync and made my overall experience better. Gaming, browsing and watching movies.
Pros: So far everything has been to expectations.
Very bright if used without ELMB.
I had no dead pixels and was a relief to get a fully working product.
Menu is simple enough and typical to monitors I've used.
Has enough features that I feel is great for my future projects I could use with the monitor.
The IPS Panel feels and looks great so far and 180hz OC is a great option.
RGB stuff if that is your thing
Feels high quality, metal stand and no tools needed screws, Also comes with every cable you should need if you are wondering.
Cons: ELMB does lower the brightness so it is up to your discretion.
I wish the stand could go higher by 1 or 2 inches.
This seem to be part of the newer models of ASUS monitors so not many reviews are out there for the consumer, it is a buy at your own risk.
I feel KVM should be easier to use, but it is there.
USB ports is lacking, 1 is not enough I wish it was at least 2.
Overall Review: IPS monitor 21:9 144hz(180hz OC) 1440p are not cheap in general and as my first ultrawide I feel satisfied so far. These specs are the ones I wanted and this was it, everything else was to low or to high, both on specs and price. Good buy if everything works and these specs are what you looking for.
Pros: great picture and colors, very fast refresh rate
Cons: Dead pixel right from the jump
Overall Review: Besides the dead pixel the monitor is great I have tried purchasing high refresh rate Ips panels in the past and they had horrible blacks and very bad edge bleeding on dark scenes . the blacks look great and the while it has some edge bleeding its not bad at all, hopefully my replacement model is just as good. I was originally gonna wait for the new OLED ultrawide coming in march buts its gonna be north of $2500 probably and I just cant justify it.
Also kudos to newegg for making the exchange painless.
Pros: Games ran smooth, colors very vivid, GeForce Experience was able to adjust the video settings to the display, which was great. So much more room to work with because it is ultra wide.
Cons: None, with the exception of a manufacturer flaw (?) in the upper left quarter of the screen.
Overall Review: I noticed what I thought was a crack in the upper left area of the screen. I shut the display off but didnt see any damage at all to the screen or housing. Also, the packaging was in perfect shape upon arrival and UPS was very careful with delivery when I viewed my camera video. When I turned it back on I noticed the crack still. Im guessing either the LCD is what is cracked or the reflector plate is crinkled. I honestly believe something happened in shipping maybe or a slight flaw went un-noticed at their QA. I was super disappointed spending what I did to get this display only to have to send it back with no more in stock. Newegg was helpful with an RMA. Im really hoping they have stock so I can get a replacement instead of having to reorder later.