This is really only a short discount on the same kind of display as HP's ZR30w and Dell's U3011.
You'd have to compare quality and features to ensure that the cash you'd save (around $100-200 USD) would be worth it.
I'm happy with my ZR30w personally
HP's ZR30w is an 8bit not 10bit panel so it should be cheaper than the hazro but it isn't.
Sure, but 10-bit adds hassles that most people just don't need, and the 'feature' doesn't play well for this monitor- it's spec'd as a gaming monitor with obviously lower image quality than competing monitors with the same panels, yet includes an unwieldy 10-bit processor (the panel in the HP is 10-bit, but it's not set up that way).