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    Quote Originally Posted by deadchip12 View Post
    freaking mad price man
    Things in the UK always costs more than they do stateside and in Europe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by briansu View Post
    Things in the UK always costs more than they do stateside and in Europe.
    so the total is gonna come out to about $3000 once it hits US market ? if so that's fine I'm ready to buy it

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubba123 View Post
    so the total is gonna come out to about $3000 once it hits US market ? if so that's fine I'm ready to buy it
    not 100% sure but I've been reading $3k USD in various places so it shouldn't be far off

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    Quote Originally Posted by briansu View Post
    not 100% sure but I've been reading $3k USD in various places so it shouldn't be far off
    I feel like form what I have seen it will be 2500usd state side, but that is just my guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by briansu View Post
    not 100% sure but I've been reading $3k USD in various places so it shouldn't be far off
    this monitor wont be 3k in USA. ASUS knows it would be DOA if they come at us with that price. Not sure what it will cost but it won’t be 3k.*

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    Quote Originally Posted by btrach144 View Post
    this monitor wont be 3k in USA. ASUS knows it would be DOA if they come at us with that price. Not sure what it will cost but it won’t be 3k.*
    Same in europe, probably they will sell two of it at that price.
    I think that a rasonable maximum price for that would be 1500USD/€.

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    Prices in europe are always much higher than in the US, typically by a hundred or two for mid to high tier stuff, even when considering VAT. However, we have not seen a PC accessory this expensive before to know how big of a difference it would be. $1500 USD would be very reasonable. I believe in CES 2017 is was supposed to be about $1200. As the year progressed, it was said to be 2000 USD. At the same time, I believe the monitor was supposed to be 2000 Euros in Europe.

    Using that info, hoping I remember it all correctly, the monitors are sure to be no less than 2000 USD, and can only be higher. That price is still ALOT more reasonable than the 3000 USD we've been hearing about lately.
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    In the Anandtech article on the EU preorder pricing, they did the without-VAT math.

    It's not really possible for this to be $3000 in the US. I expect either $2000 or $2500, leaning towards $2K because the psychological barrier of $1999 is a lot more palatable for their marketing than well over $2K.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sancus View Post
    In the Anandtech article on the EU preorder pricing, they did the without-VAT math.

    It's not really possible for this to be $3000 in the US. I expect either $2000 or $2500, leaning towards $2K because the psychological barrier of $1999 is a lot more palatable for their marketing than well over $2K.

    Well that may not be necessarily true. They may try selling this monitor similar to their liquid cooled laptop, the ROG GX700. That thing is thousands of dollars and doesn't have anything that already didnt exist elsewhere besides the liquid cooling. This monitor is similar in that aspect where most of it's specs can be found elsewhere. They obviously didnt make it affordable, hence this monitor could be sold with similar ideology and very well be 3000 USD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinmaster5000 View Post
    Well that may not be necessarily true. They may try selling this monitor similar to their liquid cooled laptop, the ROG GX700. That thing is thousands of dollars and doesn't have anything that already didnt exist elsewhere besides the liquid cooling. This monitor is similar in that aspect where most of it's specs can be found elsewhere. They obviously didnt make it affordable, hence this monitor could be sold with similar ideology and very well be 3000 USD.
    WTF? That thing costs nearly 5000 USD but Full HD screen, GTX 980? LOL GTFOH!

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