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So 27" is + 170$ ? And how much would be shipping to Austria? Customs?

Because the 27" one is about 300 € if I remember correctly, and that premium upgrade price sure isn't that tempting
Looks like only 60
No Freesync range info?
I got the 27" version of this refurbished for $180, and while I love it, I'm not sure I would pay $300 for it.
$129.99 @ Amazon...

Also, can't stand glossy screens :-(
The sale is long over though now :( If this was about $70 cheaper I would totally go for it. That 27"
The screen isn't glossy. The back/stand/bezel are glossy. Display has a matte coating.
Does it come in different colours?
why would you want such a small curved monitor? It wouldn't make much of a difference.
I think these smaller curved monitors are for more targeted for multimonitor setups
How much is the shipping cost to Spain? Has DVI input?
So how much would it cost for shipping to Canada?
it can be a silly question but is it a ips or tn panel?
It is a VA (Vertical Alignment) panel. Many seem to think that IPS is the "best" panel, but really it's just the most well rounded. You don't rank these three as 1-2-3, but rather, more like rock-paper-scissors. Each panel has a strength that makes up for the weakness of another panel. For example:

TN has the best response times, worst viewing angles.
VA has the best contrast, worst response times.
IPS has the best viewing angles, but isn't the worst at any one thing.

TN is great for users on a budget as they can typically match up near spec-for-spec at a lower cost. They are also usually offered with the highest refresh rates at a given size/resolution before the other panels.

VA is great for movies/media consumption.

IPS is best for color critical work.

And each one is suitable for gaming for different reasons.
UK Buyers. This monitor is for sale at Currys/PC World for £119.99

Slightly cheaper. Free postage (No Customs) and no long delay in shipment.
New to massdrop. So if i join at $149 and enough people join to drop the price, do i also pay the lower price?
First is First Biogod. Welcome to Massdrop, we are glad you are here.

The way a drop works is pretty simple. You have two options as to how you can participate in a drop.

1. Join Drop (green box to the side of the page)
- By doing so you are agreeing to pay the current price the drop is at. However if lower prices are unlocked or the final price is unlocked because enough people have joined/committed, then you will also receive that lowest unlocked price. In Massdrop's the more people join the lower the price goes. Some drops may have as many as 4 drop points.

2. Commit at $xxx.xx (this is the blue/white box to the side of the page below the green Join Drop box)
- By doing so you are only agreeing to pay the lowest drop price. This means you will only be officially joining/purchasing product if the final drop price is unlocked.

Some members of Massdrop choose to do neither of these options and wait to see if a drop is going to be successful before joining. I do not suggest this as if enough people are sitting around waiting to see if a drop is successful to its lowest drop price it might never get there. So if you are certain that you only want to pay the lowest price then just commit to the drop rather than joining it. That way all the Joins/Commits will start adding up and ultimately unlock the lowest price.

Please let me know if you have any other questions and in the future if you ever need anything just tag me in the post like this... @B.Hutch

Is this the 24 or 22inch? The title says 22 but the specs seem to have the 24inch dimensions
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This is a 22" (21.5" Viewable) Curved Monitor.
They probably measured straight length, whereas this would most likely represent the curved length (you could still be right though).
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