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LG 27UD58-B 27-Inch 4K UHD IPS Monitor with FreeSync - $256 After BF20 Coupon + Free Shipping @ Rakuten

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BuyDig via Rakuten has the LG 27UD58-B 27-Inch 4K UHD IPS Monitor with FreeSync [rakuten.com] for $296 - $40 Coupon Code BF20 = $256 + Free Shipping (Dead: Now $329.99, still available from Adorama below)

AdoramaCamera via Rakuten also has the LG 27UD58-B 27-Inch 4K UHD IPS Monitor with FreeSync [rakuten.com] for $296 - $40 Coupon Code BF20 = $256 + Free Shipping

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Looks pretty good. Any reason not to get this? Beside the fact that refresh rate is 60hz
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Looks pretty good. Any reason not to get this? Beside the fact that refresh rate is 60hz
costco has 32 inch va panel $250-$25=$225
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costco has 32 inch va panel $250-$25=$225
Not that I'm an expert or anything but seems like people on SD generally prefers IPS over VA
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Not that I'm an expert or anything but seems like people on SD generally prefers IPS over VA
i have both panels at my home. IPS colors better but only little bit. VA has better response speed thus can be used for game panel.
IPS can be used for game panel as well but much higher price.
For these two deals, Costco HP is 75Hz with FreeSync if it matters to u.
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Not that I'm an expert or anything but seems like people on SD generally prefers IPS over VA
60hz is pretty much what you're going to get in 27" 4K for an IPS panel. I haven't heard anything negative about this one other than the standard complaints about 60hz and that 27" is too small for 4K.

And I agree on the panel. IPS displays are simply beautiful. VA panels are okay depending on your usage (still better than TN for most applications) but I definitely prefer the versatility of IPS personally. Though as always, it comes down to your personal usage what is going to work for you.
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Just like TVs, VA panels produce better contrast and blacks and look great in front. IPS tend to be more versatile for overall, but you get blooming sometimes. They both serve a purpose, but I'd go VA because you sit directly in front of the monitor already.

edit: but honestly, they both blow TN out of the water. Can't really lose, really.
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To get this or keep my asus 24" 1080p thats 144hz and 1ms.
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Recently purchased this monitor and overall very impressed. However, if you work on a table that isn't rock-solid stable, this monitor will wobble something fierce. The good news is that it has a 100x100 Vesa mount allowing it to be mounted to a third-party stand. In its new stand, it's perfect. Also note that you won't get anything more than 30Hz through HDMI which results in the mouse feeling incredibly sluggish. Make sure you use the DP port. This resolves the problem and allows the monitor to operate at 60Hz.
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Recently purchased this monitor and overall very impressed. However, if you work on a table that isn't rock-solid stable, this monitor will wobble something fierce. The good news is that it has a 100x100 Vesa mount allowing it to be mounted to a third-party stand. In its new stand, it's perfect. Also note that you won't get anything more than 30Hz through HDMI which results in the mouse feeling incredibly sluggish. Make sure you use the DP port. This resolves the problem and allows the monitor to operate at 60Hz.
Thanks for the heads up. I plan on mounting mine to my monitor arm so the stand isn't an issue for me, but it will be for many. I honestly don't know why they bother including HDMI on any of these monitors (heck, eve g-sync monitors have HDMI on them even when g-sync doesn't work on the HDMI port) when they are almost always completely useless. I guess it's so people don't complain it doesn't have HDMI, but it should come with a giant warning not to use it unless it's for a temporary connection or something laugh out loud
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I just bought this panel. It's great. The only downside is that its max brightness is 250 cd/m. During the day and under lights, I do wish it could get a bit brighter. But to get the brighter model––i.e. the 27UD68––you're paying at least ~$100 more, and for nothing other than brightness. At night or not under bright lights, the brightness is fine.

Otherwise, this monitor is great.
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What's the difference between this and the 27UD60 on sale at B&H?
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Recently purchased this monitor and overall very impressed. However, if you work on a table that isn't rock-solid stable, this monitor will wobble something fierce. The good news is that it has a 100x100 Vesa mount allowing it to be mounted to a third-party stand. In its new stand, it's perfect. Also note that you won't get anything more than 30Hz through HDMI which results in the mouse feeling incredibly sluggish. Make sure you use the DP port. This resolves the problem and allows the monitor to operate at 60Hz.
I believe this is why console gaming is limited to 1080p on this monitor. Looks excellent on PC, however. Great for the price
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costco has 32 inch va panel $250-$25=$225
Isn't that one QHD, not 4K?
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Isn't that one QHD, not 4K?
you really wanna 4k on 27?
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