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    BenQ XR3501

    A curved ultrawide panel with a 144Hz refresh rate.
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    Re: BenQ XR3501

    it is time BENQ comes out with dual capability of Fsync and Gsync!

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    Re: BenQ XR3501

    I stopped reading at "no compatibility for Freesync or G-sync".

    Such a let down...

    The Acer XR341CK is still top dog, but 75Hz is not cool.

    Someone must be able to make the perfect display?!

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    Re: BenQ XR3501

    4k, ultrawide, IPS, Freesync / GSync screen please!
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    Re: BenQ XR3501

    £700 for 1080?! Expensive even for a 1440 - and no Free-sync either...
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    Re: BenQ XR3501

    and can I add we don't care about curved screens either so stop wasting R&D money on it and give us something we do want. Freesync and G-sync JMO

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    Re: BenQ XR3501

    Benq, where's my 300€ 24" 1080p 144hz <5ms input lag AMVA FreeSync monitor?

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