Deals Aug 30: 24" ASUS 3D 144Hz LED-backlit LCD $240

24" ASUS VG248QE 3D 1080p 144Hz 1ms LED-backlit LCD Monitor w/built-in speakers for $239.99 with free shipping (normally $309.99 - use coupon code EMCXMVL55 | via Newegg).


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Razer Carcharias Expert Gaming Headset for $39.99 with free shipping (normally $79.99 | via Microsoft Store).

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Dell Inspiron 15R Special Edition 15.6" Core i5 1080p Laptop w/ 2GB Radeon HD 7730M, Backlit Keyboard for $599.99 with free shipping (normally $699.99 - use coupon code 3J836$$3GHW127 | via Dell).


Last two days! 30" Dell UltraSharp U3014 2560x1600 LED-backlit IPS LCD Monitor for $999.99 with free shipping (normally $1,499.99 - use coupon code VLH6GD5V4L3LD2 | via Dell Small Office).


Sony 10.1" Xperia Tablet Z 16GB for $469 with free shipping (normally $499.99 | via B&H).

Brenton Studio Zentra Collection Main Desk for $99.99 with free shipping (normally $149.99 via OfficeMax).

OfficeMax Breckland High Back Executive Chair for $67.49 with free shipping (normally $149.99 via OfficeMax).


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  • meowmix44
    MONITOR! :O I HAVE TO BUY 3 OF THESE BABIES! But................ Lets go with AMD's new generation codename Hawaii first, then lets talk 144Hz with a 9970.
  • laststop311
    Useless extra hertz even more then 60hz is pretty useless. Once you hit about 70-80 frames per second the human eye can no longer see any additional frames beyond that. I really can't even see a difference after about 45 fps. I'd rather spend the money on higher color gamut or higher color accuracy than more than 60hz. Just overclock a 60hz monitor to about 75hz and you are at the limit of human vision. If you claim to see the difference above that its all placebo effect.
  • TechEnt
    laststop311, some people can see the flicker past 60. 60 works for me because I can barely see the flicker. I find that it bothers me more when I go to bed at night. I still see the flickering even with my eyes closed. However, when I am working with a monitor with a higher refresh, I have less problems. So, I am going to go with meowmix44 on this one. I think I top out at about 70 to 75 though, but doubling it should be nice and smooth.