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Costco Members: 27" Dell U2718Q UltraSharp 4K InfinityEdge Monitor EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale.com has 27" Dell U2718Q UltraSharp 4K InfinityEdge Monitor on sale for for $379.99 valid for Costco Members only. Shipping is $9.99. Thanks TurboDan

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Specs
  • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K)
  • Response Time: 5ms
  • Viewing Angle: 178/178 Degrees
  • Contrast Ratio: 1300:1
  • VESA Mount: 100mm
    • Inputs
      • 4x USB 3.0 (2x USB 3.0 BC1.2 Charging Capability at 2A
      • 1x USB 3.0 (Upstream)
      • 1x HDMI
      • 1x mDP (v. 1.2)
      • 1x DP (v1.2)
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Offer valid through July 20, 2018 or while supplies promotion last. Estimate delivery time will be approximately 3-5 business days from time of order - Discombobulated

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This deal is the same as previous front-page deals, but is now available again! This is a great IPS 4K monitor, and for this price is an amazing deal.

$70 manufacturer's savings valid 7/14/18 through 7/20/18 (while supplies last, limit 5).

Online price: $449
Less Manufacturer's savings: $70
Subtotal = $379.99

Plus shipping & handling: $9.99
Plus your sales tax (if applicable)


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I own this. Hopefully this can help out others. It has good connectivity with the ports. Works well with my PS4. For PC, I'm not sure if it's a software issue or hardware but if I hook it up via HDMI and game or have it running multi monitor it cuts out the signal randomly. I tried multiple GPUs/cables. HDR implementation is good for PS4. For the PC, on the desktop side not so much. That's mainly a Windows 10 thing though. My Samsung Notebook 9 that has some kind of Samsung HDR software works great, but on the desktop side it looks like butt. Great monitor for editing and what not. Mine came calibrated good. You get a little factory print out with the calibration. Light bleed isn't noticeable to me unless I have a black screen and then its negligible unless I'm looking for it. Let me know if you guys have any other questions.
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Yes, you are 100% correct*

*except the literally tens of millions of people that use their screens for office and productivity and creative and development work, a market segment that I would imagine dwarfs gamers by an order of magnitude or two. But otherwise, sure, what you said.
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Nice specs! Height and pivot adjustable, has built in 4-port USB 3.0 hub, might bite...
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It is a great monitor, will be ordering a second for dual monitors.
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I own this. Hopefully this can help out others. It has good connectivity with the ports. Works well with my PS4. For PC, I'm not sure if it's a software issue or hardware but if I hook it up via HDMI and game or have it running multi monitor it cuts out the signal randomly. I tried multiple GPUs/cables. HDR implementation is good for PS4. For the PC, on the desktop side not so much. That's mainly a Windows 10 thing though. My Samsung Notebook 9 that has some kind of Samsung HDR software works great, but on the desktop side it looks like butt. Great monitor for editing and what not. Mine came calibrated good. You get a little factory print out with the calibration. Light bleed isn't noticeable to me unless I have a black screen and then its negligible unless I'm looking for it. Let me know if you guys have any other questions.
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Is this not carried in the stores?
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No, it's not carried in store unfortunately.
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I don't see "IPS" mentioned anywhere. Is it?
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I have tried the U2718Q and the P2715Q side by side. I prefer the P2715Q between the two based on colors and picture quality. I prefer the bezels on the U2718Q. All in all, I returned my two U2718Q and kept the P2715Q.
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I own this. Hopefully this can help out others. It has good connectivity with the ports. Works well with my PS4. For PC, I'm not sure if it's a software issue or hardware but if I hook it up via HDMI and game or have it running multi monitor it cuts out the signal randomly. I tried multiple GPUs/cables. HDR implementation is good for PS4. For the PC, on the desktop side not so much. That's mainly a Windows 10 thing though. My Samsung Notebook 9 that has some kind of Samsung HDR software works great, but on the desktop side it looks like butt. Great monitor for editing and what not. Mine came calibrated good. You get a little factory print out with the calibration. Light bleed isn't noticeable to me unless I have a black screen and then its negligible unless I'm looking for it. Let me know if you guys have any other questions.
Have you updated to the latest firmware? It's supposed to fix the bugs from the earlier runs.
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Can't find the hz anywhere. At this price point safe to assume 60hz?
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Can't find the hz anywhere. At this price point safe to assume 60hz?
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Have you updated to the latest firmware? It's supposed to fix the bugs from the earlier runs.
I ended up upgrading my monitor for the 240hz Alienware monitor and mainly use the Dell for editing now to avoid the problem. I did have Dell's software and firmware up to date though. (Roughly three months ago)
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what is a good video card for this 4k monitor? is gtx 1050 good enough?
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I have tried the U2718Q and the P2715Q side by side. I prefer the P2715Q between the two based on colors and picture quality. I prefer the bezels on the U2718Q. All in all, I returned my two U2718Q and kept the P2715Q.
I have the p2415q it has 60hz 4k response time gtg 8ms with fast mode 6ms but no freesync so not much difference vs this one for gaming?

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Has same 60hz 4k but faster gtg 5ms vs 6ms for p2415q for fast mode also no freesync. So not much difference.
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