---QUOTATION--- PC Monitors, Digital TVs & Projectors
Depending on what you paid, you're most likely fine. While I enjoy reading and learning about new technology, I rarely want to pay the steep price to be the first to own them. These articles talk about HDR 27" monitors in the $1,000 to $1,500 range which is too much for too little size.
You're right it's way too much, My TV is a 40" 4k HDR Smart telly from Samsung and it was only £400 new. which is half of what my ultra-wide Freesync monitor would of cost me if I'd got that new.
A good example of how PC'ers have to pay through the teeth nowadays.
If I do replace my monitor with another monitor I might go back to widescreen instead of ultra-wide. A 144hz 4k panel could be a better option although 27" isn't big enough, I tried fake 4k on my 27" panel using AMD software & everything's too small for my eyes so 32" or maybe 40" would be better for me.
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I didn't want to pay twice as much for the G-Sync version and I'm not convinced it's that big of a deal. Besides there are many articles on the internet to get Nvidia cards to work with some functionality with Free-Sync. I'm looking forward to 1440p and 144Hz refresh rate. The curved monitor is cool too.