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24" LG 24UD58-B UHD 4K IPS Freesync monitor-$249 with promo code on Newegg $249.99

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LG 24UD58-B Black 23.8" 5ms (GTG) HDMI Widescreen LED Backlight Ultra HD IPS 4K Freesync Monitor

$249.99 with promo code EMCPSRE27 on Newegg.com

3840 x 2160 resolution
250 cd/m2 brightness
16:9 aspect ratio
IPS panel
Freesync
HDCP 2.2

2x HDMI 2.0 ports
1x Display Port 1.2


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I was looking for the 4K Ultrafine to use with my 2017 MBP. While I do have a hub for an HDMI port, I really liked the fact that it was a simple USB-C connection from the monitor to the computer. Also, it was Apple "approved."

Would I be fine with just going with this? I know LG has some of the best panels in the industry but I also know that not all monitors within a brand, regardless of size, are the same. But this is much cheaper than the $600+ most places are asking for the 4K Ultrafine.
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60hz?

nvm, 60hz on newegg specs
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4K at 24". I have the 27" version of this monitor and I still think it's too small to make the most of the extra pixels. At 27", I have to set my DPI at 175%. Most will probably have it at 150%, but nobody is going to be able to use it at 100% scaling. If you have a 24" 1080p monitor, don't bother with this. You'll get a more crisp image when playing games, but you're not going to get more screen real estate.
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Is this a good deal? No comments so far....
Yes - this is a good deal, probably the best you're going to do during the year for non BF or unless there's some kind of new model coming out. 2017 BF deals were around 200-220$ if you check SD history.

And yes to other commenter, this would most likely be fine for the MBP as a cheaper alternative to the ultrafine, plus it's a larger screen, so you should be fine.

And to other commenter, any time you want to use 4k in desktop mode with a monitor under 32", you're almost always going to do it in DPI scaling mode. Win10 and MacOS have great implementation of DPI scaling, so it looks crisp, clear at whatever % you want to increase.

I'm on the fence getting this myself since i haven't seen it on sale recently but geez.. wish i had jumped during BF.
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dont game and need it for video editing so perfect buy for me.. thanks
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Would this monitor look good with a xbox one S or X? I know theres no hdr with this monitor so thats a bummer. I currently play games on pc at full 1080p and my asus ips is so beautiful. But, I want to get more out of my xbox s.
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I would wait for the 27" 4K sceptre monitors to go back under $200. I have one now, I bought for $199, and it's beautiful.
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4K at 24". I have the 27" version of this monitor and I still think it's too small to make the most of the extra pixels. At 27", I have to set my DPI at 175%. Most will probably have it at 150%, but nobody is going to be able to use it at 100% scaling. If you have a 24" 1080p monitor, don't bother with this. You'll get a more crisp image when playing games, but you're not going to get more screen real estate.
The point of a 24" 4K monitor is to run it at 200% and get 1080p workspace.

If you want more workspace get a 27" 1440p monitor or a 27" 5K monitor (also at 200%).

The days of low resolution monitors is coming to an end, thankfully. It's so painful to look at 1080p on a 24" monitor.
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