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Saw that it was mostly out of stock everywhere else besides B&H and it was comparable to deals over the past 2 weeks. Hope this helps!

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a question to the SD posse, i'm looking to buy 3 monitors for a side-by-side setup and read in multiple locations to NOT buy a 27" with any resolution under QHD/2K/1440p. Anyone here has experience with this? This seems like a great deal and i would love to act on it if it makes sense.
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a question to the SD posse, i'm looking to buy 3 monitors for a side-by-side setup and read in multiple locations to NOT buy a 27" with any resolution under QHD/2K/1440p. Anyone here has experience with this? This seems like a great deal and i would love to act on it if it makes sense.
1080P is good enough for home office..
I don't know about gaming.. that may need higher resolution.. this is definitely best price
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a question to the SD posse, i'm looking to buy 3 monitors for a side-by-side setup and read in multiple locations to NOT buy a 27" with any resolution under QHD/2K/1440p. Anyone here has experience with this? This seems like a great deal and i would love to act on it if it makes sense.
Depends on if you're mostly gaming or working, also a bit on how far away you sit from your monitors. If you'll be doing work with text/numbers then you will almost definitely want a higher resolution. If you're just gaming on them then you'll be fine most likely. I have a 32" ultrawide that I use for gaming (2600x1080 I think?) which I like for some games. I do occasionally browse on it, and the text isn't crisp, but it's still readable, though I wouldn't want to use it for long periods of time for reading. I'm also about 16-20" away from my monitor for reference.
Edit: if you have the video card to run higher resolutions for games I would probably spend the extra money and jump to "2k."
Hope that helps.
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I just ordered this one from Staples for $124.99 after the coupon. Just using it for work/graphic design not gaming... not sure which one is really better if anyone has any thoughts

https://www.staples.com/hp-p27h-g...t_24432780
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Depends on if you're mostly gaming or working, also a bit on how far away you sit from your monitors. If you'll be doing work with text/numbers then you will almost definitely want a higher resolution. If you're just gaming on them then you'll be fine most likely. I have a 32" ultrawide that I use for gaming (2600x1080 I think?) which I like for some games. I do occasionally browse on it, and the text isn't crisp, but it's still readable, though I wouldn't want to use it for long periods of time for reading. I'm also about 20" away from my monitor for reference.
Hope that helps.
This. Generally it is not a good idea due to poor pixel density and stretching. You want crisp text especially if you use it for any office work. Stick to 24" for 1080P. There are many options in this price range.
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I just ordered this one from Staples for $124.99 after the coupon. Just using it for work/graphic design not gaming... not sure which one is really better if anyone has any thoughts

https://www.staples.com/hp-p27h-g...t_24432780
I did the same last week, waiting for delivery...
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a question to the SD posse, i'm looking to buy 3 monitors for a side-by-side setup and read in multiple locations to NOT buy a 27" with any resolution under QHD/2K/1440p. Anyone here has experience with this? This seems like a great deal and i would love to act on it if it makes sense.
You will just start to notice it on web pages and text heavy items, but it disappears for gaming generally. I would say its completely manageable and not a deal breaker, but I would definitely not go any higher and if you're the kind of person to really notice slightly jagged edges here and there, go 2K, or 1080p ultrawide. I found it much less noticeable there.
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Anyone use these for dual work monitors? Looking at reviews and some say it is too glossy. I'm fine with the resolution.
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a question to the SD posse, i'm looking to buy 3 monitors for a side-by-side setup and read in multiple locations to NOT buy a 27" with any resolution under QHD/2K/1440p. Anyone here has experience with this? This seems like a great deal and i would love to act on it if it makes sense.
You will be completely fine with 1080p at 27 inches. Unless you have extremely high standards (I would assume you don't if you're asking this question, but no hate if you do) you will barely notice the difference. I have a 32" at 1080p and text is fine, as readable as any book would be, so at this size and resolution you will be fine. Buy what is right for your budget over what internet strangers who think everyone should have 10" 4K displays recommend.
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a question to the SD posse, i'm looking to buy 3 monitors for a side-by-side setup and read in multiple locations to NOT buy a 27" with any resolution under QHD/2K/1440p. Anyone here has experience with this? This seems like a great deal and i would love to act on it if it makes sense.
Keep refreshing this page time to time, few times a day $149 deal for this monitor popping up.
Lil' bit more $ and only 24", but I guess quality is better. ASUS VP249QGR 23.8" Gaming Monitor 144Hz Full HD (1920 x 1080) IPS 1ms FreeSync Extreme Low Motion... [amazon.com]
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You will be completely fine with 1080p at 27 inches. Unless you have extremely high standards (I would assume you don't if you're asking this question, but no hate if you do) you will barely notice the difference. I have a 32" at 1080p and text is fine, as readable as any book would be, so at this size and resolution you will be fine. Buy what is right for your budget over what internet strangers who think everyone should have 10" 4K displays recommend.
I had a 32 inch 1080p monitor. Even at the back of the desk, it was too pixelated for me, and my eyes aren't even that good any more. It went back.

Now I have a 27 inch at 1080p that is very much nicer. I still consider it slightly pixelated compared to the 24 inch 1080p monitor I have at the other workstation, but it's still 100% acceptable to me. My wife's work from home setup is a pair of 23 inch monitors, each at 1080p. I think 21 to 27 inches is about the right size for desktop 1080p.

Personally, 27 inches is as large as I would ever go at 1080p unless using it for a wall display. It's just too noticeable, especially after using phones with more than 300 pixels per inch.
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You will just start to notice it on web pages and text heavy items, but it disappears for gaming generally. I would say its completely manageable and not a deal breaker, but I would definitely not go any higher and if you're the kind of person to really notice slightly jagged edges here and there, go 2K, or 1080p ultrawide. I found it much less noticeable there.
I agree with this statement. I notice it very clearly . You will find hard to read. Please also note that "quality" varies from product to product. If you do office work, I would definitely suggest get 24 inch or go for higher resolution because once you start noticing, you will regret it because it's not one time thing anymore. I am personally waiting for 1440p deal but deals are not even close for budget.
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