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28" Dell S2817Q 4K UHD LED Monitor w/ Integrated Speakers EXPIRED

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Staples has 28" Dell S2817Q 4K UHD LED Monitor w/ Integrated Speakers on sale for $269.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup. Thanks Twister555

Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160 4K Ultra HD
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 (Typical)
  • Response Time GTG: 2ms
  • Viewing Angle: 160 V / 170 H
  • Inputs
    • 3x USB 3.0
    • 2x HDMI
    • Display Port
    • Mini Display Port
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Gaming Monitor for Pc, Xbox one X or Ps4 Pro users.

$269 + tax at Staples https://www.staples.com/dell-s281...ct_2629483

Dell S2817Q 28" Ultra HD LED 4K
Diagonal Viewing Size 70.86 cm / 27.90"
Aspect Ratio Widescreen (16:9)
Panel Type, Surface TN, Anti-Glare
Optimal Resolution 3840 x 2160 at 60 Hz
Preset Display Area (H x V) 620.93 x 341.28 mm / 24.45 x 13.44"
Contrast Ratio 1000: 1 (typical), 8 million: 1 (DCR)
Backlight Technology LED
Brightness 300 cd/m2 (typical)
Adjustability Tilt
Display Type Widescreen Flat Panel Display
Response Time 2 ms typical (G to G)
Viewing Angle 160 Vertical / 170 Horizontal
Color Support Color Gamut (typical): 72% of NTSC
1.07 billion colors
Pixel Pitch 0.16 x 0.16 mm / 0.01 x 0.01"
Display Screen Coating Anti-Glare with 3H hardness
Flat Panel Mount Interface N.A
Audio Output 1 x Audio line-out
Connectivity 2 HDMI/MHL connector
1 DP connector and 1 mDP connector
2 USB 3.0 downstream connector
1 USB 3.0 upstream connector and 1Audio line-out port
Security Security lock slot (cable lock sold separately)
Anti-theft stand lock slot (to panel), Capacitive Touch OSD controls
Voltage Required 100 VAC to 240 VAC / 50 Hz or 60 Hz +/- 3 Hz /1.6A (maximum)
Power Consumption (Operational) 35W (typical) / 30W Energy Star / 90W (maximum)
Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep Less than 0.5W
Temperature Range Operating 0 deg. C to 40 deg. C (32 deg. F to 104 deg. F)
Temperature Range Non-operating -20 deg. to 60 deg. (-4 deg. to 140 deg. F)
Humidity Range Operating 10% to 80% (non-condensing)
Humidity Range Non-operating 5% to 90% (non-condensing)
Altitude Operating 5,000 m (16,404 ft) max
Altitude Non-operating 12,192 m (40,000 ft) max
Dimensions with Stand Height: 470.6 mm (18.53 inches)
Width: 657.9 mm (25.90 inches)
Depth: 185.4 mm (7.30 inches)
Dimensions without Stand Height: 382.4 mm (15.05 inches)
Width: 657.9 mm (25.90 inches)
Depth: 63.4 mm (2.50 inches)
Weight With stand: 13.3 lbs
Without stand: 11.1 lbs
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Tn has bad viewing angles so when you view it from an angle it gets darker and lighter...your MacBook has IPS so try viewing it from an angle and you'll see it doesn't get brighter and darker...it can be annoying if you move your head position a lot while using you PC. TN was the standard since after CRT monitors, they later came out with IPS (a couple years back) which was intended for graphic designers that needed color consistency/accuracy. But ips reduced the response rate so it wasn't good for gaming, TN has faster response times so go with whichever you need 🤷🏽 ♂️ there's another type called VA which is like in the middle of the two
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TN panels are for people that dont like blur on fast movement fps games. Most pro gamers use TN displays. So this display is targeted at 4k gamers of pc, xbox1x and ps4pro. Applause
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This is interesting, based on the specs, why would you have a TN panel monitor with 1 billion colors?
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How is this compared to hp omen 32 inch 1440p?
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This is interesting, based on the specs, why would you have a TN panel monitor with 1 billion colors?
I mean I know low response times are frequently found with TN panels, so that's probably why. Maybe it's cheaper than making IPS panels with low response times. Idk how fast they've gotten with that though it's been a while since I've shopped monitors.
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not VESA compatible
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TN kills it
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What is Tn may I ask? I'm just looking for a good 4k screen to pair with a 2015 MacBook pro that can support 4k at 60hz . Was thinking to get the newegg deal for 289
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I believe this has glaring issues being TN display...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MbEDoVT0V-E

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So what is the best 4k display or 2k display not at a decent price? Is there an all around undisputed best at a decent price that works with MacBook pro as the base computer
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I have LG 68 something with g sync whatever I bought year and half ago. Is that better for ps4 pro? Shall I buy this and replace that as my office monitor?
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What is Tn may I ask? I'm just looking for a good 4k screen to pair with a 2015 MacBook pro that can support 4k at 60hz . Was thinking to get the newegg deal for 289
Twisted Nematic. Generally considered the low end for color but good for speed. VA is typically middle of the road and IPS is professional quality color.

http://www.pcgamer.com/guide-to-m...h-rates/2/

edit: remiss read article – corrected. I'm a graphic designer so it has to be IPS for me.
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TN panels are for people that dont like blur on fast movement fps games. Most pro gamers use TN displays. So this display is targeted at 4k gamers of pc, xbox1x and ps4pro. Applause

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This is interesting, based on the specs, why would you have a TN panel monitor with 1 billion colors?
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So what is the best 4k display or 2k display not at a decent price? Is there an all around undisputed best at a decent price that works with MacBook pro as the base computer
https://thewirecutter.com/reviews...-monitors/

I have the dell p2715q and enjoy it along side the 27" 5k imac. It's reviewed highly and has an IPS panel instead of TN. Check out thewirecutter on some monitor reviews. They have another review for non 4K monitors. It's a decent starting point if you're not sure on monitors since we don't know your price range.
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What is Tn may I ask? I'm just looking for a good 4k screen to pair with a 2015 MacBook pro that can support 4k at 60hz . Was thinking to get the newegg deal for 289
Tn has bad viewing angles so when you view it from an angle it gets darker and lighter...your MacBook has IPS so try viewing it from an angle and you'll see it doesn't get brighter and darker...it can be annoying if you move your head position a lot while using you PC. TN was the standard since after CRT monitors, they later came out with IPS (a couple years back) which was intended for graphic designers that needed color consistency/accuracy. But ips reduced the response rate so it wasn't good for gaming, TN has faster response times so go with whichever you need 🤷🏽 ♂️ there's another type called VA which is like in the middle of the two
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