yaggaz https://www.newegg.com/p/0JC-0004-00551?Item=9SIA24G62T0569 If anybody else is looking for a 24 inch 1440p, G-Sync, 165hz monitor, then know that this monitor which is on average around 430 to 450 dollars is on sale for 280 at the link above. I had put an order for one through Best Buy for 430 bucks but quickly cancelled when I saw this lol
yaggaz You scared me there for a second lol, I looked into it that reseller antonline has a return policy. 30 days replacement, 30 days refund and %15 restocking fee if nothing defective. Pretty standard right? I am guessing it is new because I imagine refurbished have to say that?
wpzhouIf you want to take the risk, you can always buy the 27" used from MacLuvin for $249! https://www.amazon.com/gp.ffer-listing/B01IOO4SGK/
XrayManwpzhouIf you want to take the risk, you can always buy the 27" used from MacLuvin for $249! https://www.amazon.com/gp.ffer-listing/B01IOO4SGK/ Your link doesn't work.
DukmanI paid that much for my 27" from Amazon. So the deal isn't really all that fantastic for a 24" monitor. The monitors themselves are good though.I have purchased a few items from Antonline and had no issues with them. The 27" on Amazon.https://www.amazon.com/Dell-27-Inch-LED-Lit-Monitor-S2719DGF/dp/B00N2L5CXO/ref=sr_1_3?crid=1OKD9NALQZGSV&keywords=dell+27+inch+monitor+144hz&qid=1584205750&sprefix=Dell+27%2Caps%2C194&sr=8-3
HoggleGuess it also depends on how much risk you want to put in a used or grey market product that lacks a warranty coverage. I personally don't find the price to be bad and as long as it works out of the box and during the first month I figure it probably won't have a problem. For a price like this it's easier to take that risk personally since I would be waiting for the 4K gaming monitor and at around $250 it's not something that hurts as much as if it was a really high end expensive display.