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Promoted 08-24-2016 by qwikwit at 10:03 AM View Original Post
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Adorama via eBay has 27" LG 27MP65HQ-P 1920x1080 AH-IPS LED Monitor for $149.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Response Time: 5ms
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Contrast Ratio: 1,000:1
  • Viewing Angles: 178°x178°
  • Panel: AH-IPS
  • Inputs:
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x D-Sub

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Written by qwikwit

This price matches the price of the recent 93-TU Front Page Deal. - brisar

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Edited August 12, 2016 at 12:28 PM by jersharocks
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You Really need to check the manufacturer's specs from either the rad machine or software output, whether you get 1080p or 4k doesn't matter, what REALLY matters is the glare and gray scale calibration.
A simple hairline fracture can be missed if the grayscales are not calibrated from software to machine to monitor.
Personally, I prefer my monitors without speakers. They are garbage anyway.
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I don't think they are diagnosing anything by the question. If you zoom in on any area that is correlated clinically with the patient, you will see a hairline fracture.
If you're just viewing images for content like an xray tech (clipped Apices or costophrenic angles) you're fine. Even an Orthopedic doc can use these because they know to zoom. I have TN panels with worse resolution in our ortho offices.
The bigger question is the monitor stand. Most images should be viewed in portrait orientation. If the stand doesn't rotate AND height adjustable, skip it. All DICOM viewers put tools at the top. On monitors with 1080 res, that encroaches too much image viewing area when in landscape orientation. Orienting in a portrait mode is essential for this or any other monitor for xrays and other diagnostic images.
Original question answer is yes you can view images on this. Performing actual reads will get you in hot water, if caught. Xrays need to be read on 3 megapixel monitors. Mammography 5 megapixel.
1920x1080=2073600 which makes this monitor 2 megapixels

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cheap!
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tempting. kinda wanna wait for a 1440p though Frown
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Just bought 2. Thank you OP!

Also, first comment ^_^

Edit: first comment-ish
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#6
pretty good deal. even has VESA, narrow bezel, and IPS... Sold by a reputable company to boot...

And it's not a refurb. ..

Can't expect much more for a $150 27" monitor...
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Last edited by b.arms August 12, 2016 at 01:14 PM
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Great monitor. Again, has been cheaper ($130 (120AR) and $138) but I recently bought a viewsonic freesync monitor that is not IPS and I am thinking of switching back to this monitor and just use vsync. I didn't realize what an IPS snot I have become.
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What's the response time?
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Quote from OmarKhan2011 View Post :
What's the response time?
5ms.

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Anyone able to point me to a good monitor resource? I have had this guy for a while, and would like a solid upgrade:
Samsung P2770HD [amazon.com]

Wondering if I could find something like this LG with an RF in... or is that even worth it these days....
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Sales tax 7% in NJ 8%+ in NY

I'd say a good deal anywhere else
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It looks like it's glossy but can anyone confirm?

edit: actually based on some reviews, it looks like it's matte.. I'm going to have to keep looking.
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Last edited by encendido5 August 12, 2016 at 06:39 PM
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How would this be for viewing digital X-rays in a medical office??
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Quote from watchsnob View Post :
How would this be for viewing digital X-rays in a medical office??
I would get a 4K monitor for that
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Quote from watchsnob View Post :
How would this be for viewing digital X-rays in a medical office??
You Really need to check the manufacturer's specs from either the rad machine or software output, whether you get 1080p or 4k doesn't matter, what REALLY matters is the glare and gray scale calibration.
A simple hairline fracture can be missed if the grayscales are not calibrated from software to machine to monitor.
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