It combines UltraWide 1440p with GSync and an overclock of 100Hz to pretty much tick all the boxes of what I could ever want from a monitor... The only problem is it costs £900. Also I'm kind of at a loss as to what I would do with my current monitors if I got it. I don't think I could ever go back to only having 1 monitor, because I'm so used to having 2 at this point. And keeping two 24" 1080p monitors on either side of an UltraWide beast seems completely infeasible too (both in terms of desk space and what my GPU could handle). I think in an ideal world two 34" UltraWide monitors would be pretty much the perfect set up :/
You can't spell "a fucking fantastic idea" without "completely infeasible."
Well, you can, but that's no fun. Slapping two more 24" monitors alongside an Ultrawide sounds exactly like a completely infeasible idea that I'd work to solve. Who cares if it's entirely unnecessary and impractical when you are starting to talk about "huge tracts of land" levels of screen real estate.
Hahaha, you raise a good point. I'd need a desk the length of a truck and I reckon you'd get whiplash swinging around on your chair to see everything but it's probably worth it.
Why not stack them above the Ultrawide?
Plausible but I would need some fancy bracket. And I don't think the stands come off my current monitors nicely anyway, so it probably can't be wall/bracket mounted.
Just do it.
Also Acer didn't sue that YouTube channel for using "evar" along with the name of their company and product so I dunno... Can you really trust Acer anymore?