Acer's curved 34-inch USB-C computer monitor has dropped by $50 on Amazon

The Acer XR342CK 34-inch curved 1440p FreeSync monitor is down to $599.99 on Amazon. This is a match for its lowest price ever, and we've only seen it drop this low a couple times in the last few months. The monitor regularly sells for around $650 and often goes as high as $700 or more.

The screen has a widescreen IPS display. With 34 inches of real estate, this is the only monitor you'll need. It has a 100Hz refresh rate and AMD's FreeSync technology. It's wall mountable and has USB-C among other connections.

Time to invest in one single, great monitor that will be the only monitor you ever want sitting on your desk. The Acer 34-inch screen has everything you need it to do. The 34-inch screen is large enough for you to do everything you need to do, whether it's work or play. It uses an IPS panel so you have great color accuracy and wide viewing angles. It also has a 1900R curve for full immersion, wrapping your games and media around you.

The widescreen display uses AMD FreeSync tech. This adaptive sync technology works with your AMD graphics card to reduce screen tearing. With a 100Hz refresh rate, which is well above average and great for a screen like this, you'll hardly notice any motion blur at all when playing high-paced video games or watching high-octane action movies. The monitor also has a 1ms response time, which isn't something you regularly see on IPS panels.

You'll also be able to use VisionCare from Acer to help reduce eye fatigue during long sessions infront of the screen. These settings include other features like EyeProtect Flicker-less and blue-light filtering tech to help remove jitter and lessen the impact on your eyes.

You can also do your posture a favor. The monitor can tilt from -5 to 35 degrees along with height adjustments. And you can mount it to your wall or a monitor arm for the ultimate in flexibility thanks to the VESA 100 x 100mm mounting standard.

Connectivity options include one USB-C 3.1 port, four USB-A 3.0 downstream ports, one DisplayPort, one DisplayPort out, and two HDMI ports. That's a ton of options for getting connected and staying connected.

John Levite
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