For Sale ASUS ROG TUF Curved VG35VQ, 35 Inch Monitor

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Selling my ASUS ROG TUF Curved VG35VQ, 35 Inch UWQHD (3440 x 1440) Monitor that is only 4month old and in mint condition. No dead pixels or any markings what so ever.

Great for anyone who wants a gaming monitor with adaptive sync. Only selling as I'm upgrading in prep for getting a next Gen console.


Screen Size35 Inches
BrandASUS
Model NameTUF Gaming VG35VQ Gaming Monitor
ResolutionQHD Ultra Wide 1440p
Hardware InterfaceHDMI, USB 3.0
Display technology4K UHD
Aspect Ratio16:9
Response Time1 Milliseconds
Refresh Rate100Hz

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could an admin move this to the Computer classified, please. Thought I had but its in Desktop
 

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Any interest, Great monitor was 550 in July 2020 brand new
 

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Hi tickned,

I'm really tempted by this monitor but not sure of the RRP is a bit overpriced.

I've been looking at this one and comparing the two.


The Gigabyte is freesync/G-Sync compatible at 144mhz and is £399.95. The Asus is adaptive sync 100mhz only

After reviewing the two, I can offer £300 and can collect in the week
 

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HI, apologies for the delay in coming back to you on this. I didn't see the notification.

I'll go as low as £350 I think this is reasonable for the monitor.
 

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