Kogan has just launched a massive 49-inch curved monitor for $999, and a 34-inch model for $649, using Samsung panels, that are, as per usual with Kogan, very affordable.
When it comes to Kogan's products and price range, it should comes as no surprise to see Kogan state that "Australians looking for a new work or play monitor no longer have to break the bank".
Currently on pre-sale is the Kogan 49” Curved 32:9 Super Ultrawide HDR Monitor .
For only $999, Kogan tells us that "it is half the cost of its closest competitor, making great monitors more accessible for everyone.
"Made with a premium Samsung panel, the monitor has a sharp 3840 x 1080 resolution and a 144Hz refresh rate, delivering rich imagery that allows you to get lost in your gameplay or a cinema-worthy movie."If you’re looking for a smaller curved monitor, the Kogan 34” WQHD Curved 21:9 Ultrawide Monitor
is also made with a premium Samsung panel.
Whether you’re a gamer or a dabbler, Kogan says 'you no longer need to fork out thousands of dollars for a quality, curved screen.
"Kogan’s curved ultrawide screen is available for less than $650 and designed for immersive gameplay, with a 100Hz refresh rate that helps eliminate screen lag in the middle of a game."Here are the specs:
Kogan 49" Curved 32:9 Super Ultrawide 144Hz HDR Monitor (3840 x 1080) ― $999, available on presale, to ship on 5 October - $999 plus deliveryBuilt with a premium Samsung panel 49” 32:9 Super ultrawide curved monitor 3840 × 1080 resolution with a 144Hz refresh rate FreeSync Technology to optimise response rates and frames Fast 4ms OD response time Samsung Vertical Alignment Panel with HDR support
Kogan 34" WQHD Curved 21:9 Ultrawide 100Hz FreeSync Monitor (3440 x 1440) ― $649 plus deliveryBuilt with a premium Samsung panel 34” WQHD ultrawide curved monitor 3440 × 1440 resolution with a 100Hz refresh rate FreeSync Technology to optimise response rates and frames Speedy OD 7.8ms refresh rate Samsung Vertical Alignment Panel for sharper contrast
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