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27" LG 27UL600-W 4K UHD HDR FreeSync IPS Monitor

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Best Buy via eBay has 27" LG 27UL600-W 4K UHD HDR FreeSync IPS Monitor for $279.99 (reflected in cart). Shipping is free.

Best Buy also has 27" LG 27UL600-W 4K UHD HDR FreeSync IPS Monitor for $279.99. Shipping is free, otherwise curbside pickup is available where stock permits.

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Response Time: 5ms
  • AMD FreeSync
  • Viewing Angles: 178° H / 178° V
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • Brightness: 350 cd/m²
  • VESA: 100mm x 100mm
  • VESA Certified DisplayHDR 400
  • Ports
    • 2x HDMI 2.0
    • 1x DisplayPort 1.2
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sale price 279.99

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Key Specs

Refresh Rate

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60Hz

Maximum Resolution

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3840 x 2160

Native Resolution

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3840 x 2160

Response Time

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5 milliseconds

Panel Type

IPS

Synchronization Technology

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FreeSync (AMD Adaptive Sync)

Screen Size

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27 inches

Number of HDMI Inputs

2

Number of DisplayPort Ver 1.2 Inputs

1

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/lg-2...Id=6329956

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You realize 4K 144hz monitors are insanely expensive, right? 60hz is just fine for those working with productivity apps. Most of these 4K deals are VA, not IPS like this one.
Don't know how it compare to the imac monitor, but this is very sharp. Almost everyone does find 27" too small for a native 4k monitor though and uses scaling. I find 125% scaling in Windows comfortable enough. Actually been running one at 100% for awhile and have been getting used to it. Although it is connected to my laptop in front of it. Sometimes I'll move a webpage or document to laptop screen to read text more easily (larger due to being closer and lower resolution).

27" 1080p is extremely pixelated. I personally don't really even like 27" QHD because I see the pixels so easily. Sweet spot to me is 32" 4K or 24" QHD. But 27" 4K panels tend to be a lot better for the price and less selection of 24" QHD than 27".
It will be a good deal. I dont play game, need for programming, so should i buy 2 of this ofr wait for good deal on 4k 34-43" monitor. So looking for u guys advice. Thanks

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60 hz no good
You realize 4K 144hz monitors are insanely expensive, right? 60hz is just fine for those working with productivity apps. Most of these 4K deals are VA, not IPS like this one.
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It will be a good deal. I dont play game, need for programming, so should i buy 2 of this ofr wait for good deal on 4k 34-43" monitor. So looking for u guys advice. Thanks
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I just bought the 27inch 1080p samsung curved monitor from Costco for $129(can't beat the price given their generous return policy). I can tell it's so pixilated, probably because of the 5k imac I have at home....the contrast of resolution between the two is killing me lol Should I get this one instead?

Ugh I wish there is an easy way that I can use my Imac 5k monitor as my second monitor for work(Windows laptop)...
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It will be a good deal. I dont play game, need for programming, so should i buy 2 of this ofr wait for good deal on 4k 34-43" monitor. So looking for u guys advice. Thanks
I'm in the same boat. I needed monitors for work during the day, mostly web work and Office apps, and graphics/web at night. I considered this one and the 144hz 32' FHD Acer from Walmart, but ended up going with the QHD LG 32QN600 from Amazon. Midrange resolution so don't have to scale things up as much, IPS for better color, larger screen, and 75hz refresh is fine for what I do. Have a pair set up and very pleased so far. If I were getting 27" I probably would have gone with these, but knowing what I know know I'm glad I went with QHD. My work laptop struggles with QHD and dual 4K probably wouldn't have worked at all. They work great with my MacBook and custom built PC.
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I just bought the 27inch 1080p samsung curved monitor from Costco for $129(can't beat the price given their generous return policy). I can tell it's so pixilated, probably because of the 5k imac I have at home....the contrast of resolution between the two is killing me lol Should I get this one instead?

Ugh I wish there is an easy way that I can use my Imac 5k monitor as my second monitor for work(Windows laptop)...
Don't know how it compare to the imac monitor, but this is very sharp. Almost everyone does find 27" too small for a native 4k monitor though and uses scaling. I find 125% scaling in Windows comfortable enough. Actually been running one at 100% for awhile and have been getting used to it. Although it is connected to my laptop in front of it. Sometimes I'll move a webpage or document to laptop screen to read text more easily (larger due to being closer and lower resolution).

27" 1080p is extremely pixelated. I personally don't really even like 27" QHD because I see the pixels so easily. Sweet spot to me is 32" 4K or 24" QHD. But 27" 4K panels tend to be a lot better for the price and less selection of 24" QHD than 27".
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I'm in the same boat. I needed monitors for work during the day, mostly web work and Office apps, and graphics/web at night. I considered this one and the 144hz 32' FHD Acer from Walmart, but ended up going with the QHD LG 32QN600 from Amazon. Midrange resolution so don't have to scale things up as much, IPS for better color, larger screen, and 75hz refresh is fine for what I do. Have a pair set up and very pleased so far. If I were getting 27" I probably would have gone with these, but knowing what I know know I'm glad I went with QHD. My work laptop struggles with QHD and dual 4K probably wouldn't have worked at all. They work great with my MacBook and custom built PC.
Kind of the same situation for me. I currently have dual 27" 4K LG monitors. I had to get a new work laptop with a dedicated GPU to drive them. And after using them the last 6 months, actually looking at moving back to QHD. For database work that I do, no real need for the 4K and some of the software I use struggles with scaling.
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fyi, no speakers

https://www.lg.com/us/monitors/lg...ed-monitor [lg.com]
Who needs speakers on their monitors?
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Who needs speakers on their monitors?
lol, i m not here to judge who needs or don't need speaker, just stating the fact so it's easier for people to decide nod
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No USB C
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No USB C
the usb-c version is UL750 or 850, i don't remember, and it's $100-$150 more, just google a bit to find out
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fyi, no speakers

https://www.lg.com/us/monitors/lg...ed-monitor [lg.com]
Higher quality monitors don't typically come with speakers. It's actually a turn-off to me if a monitor has speakers unless I'm looking to buy one for my grandma.
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