Staples Staples Big Monitor Event: Acer 32" QHD FreeSync Monitor $300, LG 29" Ultrawide Monitor $250, Philips Hue Starter Kit $76 + More Acer 32" QHD FreeSync Monitor $300 + More!

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The latest Staples flyer is here and you can see it right now on RedFlagDeals!

This new flyer features 12 pages of tech and office supplies, including a few pages showcasing the Staples Big Monitor Event, where you'll find savings of up to $100.00 on over 40 computer monitors.

We've listed a few highlights from the Ontario region flyer below.

Computers and Tablets

Home Theatre and Audio

Office and School Supplies

Peripherals and Accessories

This flyer is effective online and in Staples stores (where available) from September 25 to October 1. Staples.ca offers free shipping for orders over $45.00, along with a free in-store pick-up option with no minimum order.

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    • If only 1 coupon is allowed, then the 10% coupon code 64540 is the best saving option.
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    • If this turns out to be true, it'll be a better deal than the $280 at Costco that just went dead.
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    • It's a good monitor but if you try and use gsync with it the refresh rate will mess up occasionally causing you to alt+tab to fix it.
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    • The link shows $399.99.
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    • ylc39c wrote: The link shows $399.99.
      Thread titles states starts Sept 25.
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    • ylc39c wrote: The link shows $399.99.
      The sale starts tomorrow.
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    • Thanks I'll probably buy this, its been 10 years and I'm still using the yamasaka catleap
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    • How big is the box? Thinking of picking it up tomorrow if they carry in store.
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    • Do we know if stacking will work? i.e the 10% and 20 off 200?
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    • bargainear wrote: Do we know if stacking will work? i.e the 10% and 20 off 200?
      I tested with a couple different coupons and had an error that only 1 coupon code is allowed.
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    • LULUMON wrote: Save 20 on 200 code 64452 + 1% on Rakuten

      Matches previous lowest price
      Previous low was actually ~$240 in-store ($279.99 - 20% on $300/$15% on $200 in-store coupon) or ~$260 online ($279.99 - $20 eBates coupon)

      Lots of helpful reviews on the monitor from the previous sales thread
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    • I don't know actual measurements but I remember the box being quite wide because the stand is pre-attached.
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    • I bought this monitor last time it was at $270. It's good for the price but there are two less obvious things I would highlight:

      1. The monitor wakes from sleep very slowly. Sometimes it takes more than 5 seconds for the monitor to wake after my PC has woken up.
      2. There is a lesser known issue that affects many Acer monitors including this one related to a deep sleep mode (on the monitor, not the PC). It basically results in the monitor going into sleep mode on reboot and then not waking back up. I only know this because I built a new ryzen PC after buying this and spent days troubleshooting my motherboard, video card, RAM, and anything else I could think of. I stumbled across a forum post discussing the Acer issue. The solution is to unplug the monitor and let the capacitors drain for 60 seconds. Immediately after that all my issues were resolved and I cancelled my RMA for my motherboard.

      It's still a decent deal for what you get, just wanted to share my experiences.
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    • Found this post about calibrating the monitor:
      staples-acer-et322qu-31-5-wqhd-ips-75hz ... #p29884249
      chewysc wrote: DISCLAIMER: I neither advocate or guarantee performance of my ICC profile that I'm sharing. Use it at your own risk.

      Updated ICC profile has been uploaded along with PDF reports! https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/ ... sp=sharing

      Settings are as follows:
      Mode: User
      Gamma: 2.2
      Brightness: 27 (for 120 cd/m2)
      Rgain: 47
      Ggain: 50
      Bgain: 51

      All other settings left at default factory but feel free to adjust performance settings to taste.

      Commentary: Man, this monitor calibrated really nicely second time around! Probably because I remembered a bit more of what I needed to do for set up.

      Gamut coverage is 99.8% sRGB, 85.2% Adobe RGB and 90.2% DCI P3. Gamut volume is 134.5%, 92.7% and 95.3% respectively. I was able to achieve a measured whitepoint of 6480K. Colour Temp, Gamma and Grayscale all tracked well, especially for a budget screen.

      Enjoy!
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    • Gsync compatible?
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    • Mrrfdxyz wrote: Gsync compatible?
      Reddit forum says it is gsync compatible, not personal experience but I think I may give it a try.
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    • Mrrfdxyz wrote: Gsync compatible?
      It is but it messes up occasionally forcing you to alt-tab what ever game you are playing a few times to get the refresh rate to go back to normal. For example: you open up a game, the refresh rate will be locked to 40 or 50fps even though your monitor supports 75hz. Alt tabbing a few times will bring it back to 75hz. When I turn Gsync off this problem disappears.
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    • jronald wrote: It is but it messes up occasionally forcing you to alt-tab what ever game you are playing a few times to get the refresh rate to go back to normal. For example: you open up a game, the refresh rate will be locked to 40 or 50fps even though your monitor supports 75hz. Alt tabbing a few times will bring it back to 75hz. When I turn Gsync off this problem disappears.
      Does it do that often?
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