With more PC games than ever supporting ultrawide resolutions, the BenQ Mobiuz EX3410R is perfect for a 21:9 gaming experience at a buttery smooth 144hz refresh rate. Its 1ms response time pairs with AMD FreeSync support and VESA DisplayHDR 400 certification for gorgeously bright images up to 400nits.
The ultrawide 34-inch monitor is on sale for $500 at Amazon (opens in new tab) during its Prime Day event, dropping $130 from its $630 MSRP. The subtle 1000R curved panel makes it a very tempting option for any gamer in the market for a new ultrawide screen.
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Save up to 21% on the BenQ Mobiuz curved monitor
BenQ Mobiuz EX3410R 34-inch curved ultrawide |
$630 $500 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Displaying resolutions up to 3440x1440p at 144hz with a 1ms response time, this curved 21:9 screen supports HDR and AMD FreeSync to provide a smooth image, perfect for ultrawide gaming.
1x DisplayPort and 2x HDMI ports support modern graphics cards and consoles, alongside 1x USB-B and 2x USB-A 3.0. Connect via DP and enjoy gaming up to 144fps at a comfortable height and angle, thanks to ergonomic tilt and swivel points. BenQ's eye-care tech uses a sensor to automatically adjust brightness and color temperature to increase comfort during extended gameplay periods so that you can enjoy hours of ultrawide fun.
BenQ often sells monitors that are on the pricier end, but you'll be getting quality for your buck. They're often targeted toward gamers and photographers, who typically need more powerful specs, low latency, and better color reproduction. $500 might still be out of your budget, but it's a great price for an even better monitor.
Check out our roundup of the best monitor deals (opens in new tab) we've found during this double-length Amazon Prime Day event if you need something a little different from the BenQ ultrawide. We also have plenty of other deals in other categories, so check out our Prime Day live blog for more.
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