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REFURBISHED Acer Nitro VG280K bmiipx - 28" IPS LED Monitor - 4K UltraHD $210

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Acer Nitro VG280K bmiipx - 28" IPS LED Monitor - 4K UltraHD

good deal, but refurbished

ordered two from Target this morning, now it's sold out. but seem to still be in stock on google


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https://www.google.com/shopping/p...=169536459

Target: https://www.target.com/p/acer-nit...nk=sametab
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Dang. That is a good deal. I just bought this from costco for 299 (technically 285 after 5%). I think I'll stick with that for the return policy, but good find!
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Google description says 60 hz?
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Google description says 60 hz?
That is correct. Its 4k, so not many (or any at this price) at higher refresh. This will be my second monitor to go with a higher refresh UW QHD monitor.
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I'm in the market for a 2k or 4k panel coming from a ViewSonic 75 hz 8 year old ips and a newer lg ultrawide 29wk50s. Would I find myself hating the text on a VA panel and regretting 4k? I also care about photos and color accuracy..but my monitors are old!
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200 bucks for 4k and 60 frames. Sounds like a deal, even if used.
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this is dead
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this is dead

There's this one: https://www.target.com/p/acer-kg1...nk=sametab

$250 though
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Still available directly at https://acerrecertified.com/acer-...0k-bmiipx/

and google shopping as well.

Pay with paypal if you have chase CC to get 5%
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From one of the reviews on Costco:
2x HDMI 2.0 ports, 1x DP 1.2, and one Audio out port, no USB port/hub, vesa mount.

Which one is better for daily use as a work monitor in a dual set up? This one or the 27" Monoprice Zero-G 2560x1440 WQHD 144Hz Gaming Monitor? I don't do games or movies. Only documents, emails, spreadsheets, etc.
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From one of the reviews on Costco:
2x HDMI 2.0 ports, 1x DP 1.2, and one Audio out port, no USB port/hub, vesa mount.

Which one is better for daily use as a work monitor in a dual set up? This one or the 27" Monoprice Zero-G 2560x1440 WQHD 144Hz Gaming Monitor? I don't do games or movies. Only documents, emails, spreadsheets, etc.
I'm also only using for work, but in a single screen setup so considering this 32" for $229
https://www.costco.com/acer-32%22...11548.html
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I'm also only using for work, but in a single screen setup so considering this 32" for $229
https://www.costco.com/acer-32%22...11548.html [costco.com]
I think your choice makes totally sense. I'd go with 32" too if I used one only. And the Costo warranty is definitely worth $10 more.
I prefer the dual setup. I am in meetings a good part of my day. It allows me to share one screen while keeping other windows that I want visible but I don't want to share on the other screen. Right now I have two older 24" and 28". 28" is as large as I would go with a dual setup.
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I think your choice makes totally sense. I'd go with 32" too if I used one only. And the Costo warranty is definitely worth $10 more.
I prefer the dual setup. I am in meetings a good part of my day. It allows me to share one screen while keeping other windows that I want visible but I don't want to share on the other screen. Right now I have two older 24" and 28". 28" is as large as I would go with a dual setup.
\me too...meetings all day and I do the same with my 24 + 22 (secondary). But since video conferences can do 'share window', not just the entire screen I was thinking I could us that. Turning my head to look at the 22 is a pain.
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\me too...meetings all day and I do the same with my 24 + 22 (secondary). But since video conferences can do 'share window', not just the entire screen I was thinking I could us that. Turning my head to look at the 22 is a pain.
I often need to share two windows. We use MS teams which allows sharing only one window at a time or the whole desktop. Typically I don't want to share the desktop where I have my email to keep it confidential. I keep what I want to share on the left screen. Everything else on the right screen.
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I think your choice makes totally sense. I'd go with 32" too if I used one only. And the Costo warranty is definitely worth $10 more.
I prefer the dual setup. I am in meetings a good part of my day. It allows me to share one screen while keeping other windows that I want visible but I don't want to share on the other screen. Right now I have two older 24" and 28". 28" is as large as I would go with a dual setup.
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I often need to share two windows. We use MS teams which allows sharing only one window at a time or the whole desktop. Typically I don't want to share the desktop where I have my email to keep it confidential. I keep what I want to share on the left screen. Everything else on the right screen.
Yup, I bought the 32" from Costco... see how it goes!
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