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Until HDMI 2.1 trickles down to 43" TVs, DP is the only way to get 4:4:4, 4K @ 60Hz.
I've been getting 4:4:4, 4K @ 60Hz on Samsung TVs for years.
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I have been seeing this deal come and go and waiting for it to go slightly cheaper .. last best price on Black Friday for similar LG monitor was $449 .. you can see that in slickdeals .. so hoping this will come down to at least match last Black Friday price
This should be $399.
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They call it a monitor so they can charge you extra. It's a TV
It would be a TV if it had a tuner which it does not. It's a TV without a tuner but with a Displayport connecter. Somehow that works out at +$200 over the price of a TV.
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This should be $399.
An older model was $399 for a sale at Costco a year or so ago. That was slick, but no time machine sadly.
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You will never find a tv with a matte display. Well worth 200$ to save your eyes.
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This monitor supports Picture By Picture that will enable you to simultaneously present 4 computers as 4 separate and independent 1080p screens. Not very useful for home users, but for traders, network/security operation centers or anywhere else you need to watch up to four independent hd definition video sources at the same time i.e 4 monitor in one. You can also do picture in picture but that is not that useful to me
Even for traders they can use mid-high end PC and get multiple screens and use same mouse and keyboard. From trading perspective that's so much easier. Maybe back in the days having multiple devices connected made sense.
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How far do you have to sit back in front of this monitor given the size?
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How far do you have to sit back in front of this monitor given the size?
If you're using it for productivity or reading a lot of text keep in mind that it's just like having four 21 and a half inch 1080p monitors, so however close you need to sit to a 21 and a half inch 1080p monitor.
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Until HDMI 2.1 trickles down to 43" TVs, DP is the only way to get 4:4:4, 4K @ 60Hz.
4K @ 60Hz @ 4:4:4 has definitely been around a while already [cnet.com], starting with HDMI 2.0a. Maybe you're thinking about 120Hz or 8K demands?

You might have a point in that HDMI 2.0+ hasn't yet trickled down into budget TVs, but that's a per-case scenario. Also, not all video cards have HDMI 2.0+ outputs.

Personally have a GTX 1080 and an LG C7. The GTX 1080 supports HDMI 2.0b, and the C7 supports 2.0b as well I believe. I can confirm 4K @ 60Hz @ Full RGB. I've also tested it on some budget 4K TVs without issues.

In the end, this monitor needs to be reviewed properly to know its true value. Otherwise it really is just an overpriced TV, without a tuner. USB-C connectivity is neat though, with a 60w power delivery for laptop users.
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I've been getting 4:4:4, 4K @ 60Hz on Samsung TVs for years.
Sorry.

I meant at 10-bit color depth.
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4K @ 60Hz @ 4:4:4 has definitely been around a while already [cnet.com], starting with HDMI 2.0a. Maybe you're thinking about 120Hz or 8K demands?

You might have a point in that HDMI 2.0+ hasn't yet trickled down into budget TVs, but that's a per-case scenario. Also, not all video cards have HDMI 2.0+ outputs.

Personally have a GTX 1080 and an LG C7. The GTX 1080 supports HDMI 2.0b, and the C7 supports 2.0b as well I believe. I can confirm 4K @ 60Hz @ Full RGB. I've also tested it on some budget 4K TVs without issues.

In the end, this monitor needs to be reviewed properly to know its true value. Otherwise it really is just an overpriced TV, without a tuner. USB-C connectivity is neat though, with a 60w power delivery for laptop users.
Sorry.

I meant 10-bit color depth
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Monitor, but with TV feet?
That's the new trend. Save money by not including a stand and just add sticks in a pattern that prevents tipping over.

I recall in the 2000s. Sony monitors and TVs had nice solid metal and tempered glass pedestals.
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Sorry.

I meant at 10-bit color depth.
To use a TV as a monitor for productivity purposes 4:4:4, 4K @ 60Hz is a must, 10 bit color depth not so much. Maybe for a video and photo editing, I don't know.
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Is this any better than the TV equivalent available at Costco under $300?
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