Now a day the gaming market is expanding in such a way that you have so many options for buying gaming monitors that are also categorized upon your budget. Welcome back to Top2Gadget today we’re reviewing a surprising addition to the monitor market Nexus NX-EDG34S, to know how it stands with its price point and specs.
Pros and Cons
|Incredibly low input lag.||No G-SYNC Support|
|FreeSync Supported||Poor black uniformity|
|Excellent SDR color gamut.||Under-equipped OSD|
|1500R Curve Gaming Display|
|144Hz Refresh Rate|
|Gaming Monitor||Yes Curve Display|
|Weight with Stand||11.1 kg|
|Dimension||812.8 x 457.2 x 101.6 mm|
|Power Input||100-240V, 50~60Hz|
Now, this is by far the cheapest 3440 by 1440 ultra-wide on the market that can hit 144 Hertz at a price of just 550 US dollars. We honestly didn’t expect 144 Hertz 1440p Ultra-Wides to reach sub $600 prices. The NX-EDG34S is using a different 1500 are curved VA panel with this newer panel presumably costing a bit less for EMS to buy. But that’s the only reason we can see from the spec sheets this new Nexus ultra-wide still packs adaptive sync with low frame rate compensation and as far as we can tell it works fine on AMD and NVIDIA GPUs without any flickering issues.
It’s a wide gamut panel that comes with a three-year warranty bit all standard stuff. The performance investigation we guess will tell us a lot more about the other area Nexus has cut down on costs In building the more expensive MSI and LG offerings come with better and more robust designs while because of the cheap price the NX-EDG34S is definitely on the cheap side.
|Resolution||3440 x 1440 pixel|
|Pixel Density||109 PPI|
|Response Time||4 ms|
Now let’s talk performance this monitor Nexus offers four overdrive modes. If that’s a big concern for you but gaming you’ll probably want something faster the optimal mode here is the middle mode immediately you’ll see the tell-tale signs of a VA panel in that upper left corner of the response time chart we see red boxes and that means slow transitions which in this area means dark level smearing the extent of dark level smearing is a thirteen point one five-millisecond average which itself is an average result for a VA.
It’s not terrible, it’s not amazing and it’s pretty typical. But certainly, it is a problem for this display the overall grade average is also pretty typical of a VA display. This 34-inch display size monitor comes with a great aspect ratio of 21:9 and a good amount of resolution of 3440 x 1440 pixels. The pixel density also good at 109 PPI and a higher response time of 4ms and all those things when combines with the good refresh rate of 144Hz will carry a good viewing experience for the users. When we talk about the color combination and contrast rates are good enough with ideal brightness to give you a good color experience that one can definitely enjoy for gaming and for other tasks also.
|HDMI||2.0 x 2|
|DisplayPort||1.4 x 2|
|Audio Output||3.5 mm|
The selection of inputs remains good with two display ports and two HDMI inputs HDMI is limited to 100 Hertz while both display ports can go up to 144 Hertz with no directional toggle for the on-screen display. You won’t get an inbuilt speaker set up so you have to use an external speaker set up which is disappointed for some peoples.
|Power Consumption||220 W|
Getting into the power consumption from this 34-inch display size monitor requires a total of 220W(Watts) of power consumption to operate on running mode with the power supply option of external power supply.
We can say that this monitor is the cheapest in its segment but as we all know that cheap is not always means the value for money product. The same scenario applies here this monitor is cheap and because of cost-cutting, it compromises the built quality and some important features. Also, picture and display performance are not up to the mark. So in the end, we suggest that you should pay some more money to get a better overall finished product.
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