Westinghouse Ultrawide Curved Display Down to $329

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Cyber Monday might be over, but there are still plenty of deals available on hardware like the best monitors as we head into the holiday season. Take this ultrawide, 34-inch curved gaming monitor from Westinghouse. It usually goes for around $449 but is available today for just $329 (opens in new tab) at Newegg.

Westinghouse WC34DX9019 34": was $449, now $329 @Newegg (opens in new tab)

Westinghouse WC34DX9019 34": was $449, now $329 @Newegg (opens in new tab)
Save over $100 on this 34-inch curved monitor from Westinghouse. It has a 2K resolution @100Hz.

This monitor spans 34-inches across, has a 21:9 resolution and uses a curved VA panel. The resolution tops out at 3440 x 1440 with a refresh rate capable of hitting 100Hz. It also accepts multiple inputs, with 2 HDMI connections and 2 DisplayPort connections. It supports AMD FreeSync technology to reduce screen tearing, and can be mounted to an arm or wall using a VESA mount.

What really makes this monitor is the ultrawide resolution and the somewhat higher than average frame rate. This isn't the best gaming monitor on the market. You're not going to get 4K on it, nor are you going to hit above 100 fps, but at this price, the Westinghouse is a suitable entry point into the ultrawide world that can show off just a little bit of everything it has to offer.

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Visit the Westinghouse WC34DX9019 (opens in new tab) product page at Newegg for more details and checkout options.

Ash Hill
Freelance News and Features Writer

Ash Hill is a Freelance News and Features Writer at Tom's Hardware US. She manages the Pi projects of the month and much of our daily Raspberry Pi reporting.

  • King_V
    I have to admit, this monitor would be very tempting, if I could only find out for certain what the FreeSync range is, and if the minimum of the FreeSync Range is low enough to allow the use of Low Framerate Compensation.