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28" Samsung UR55 60Hz 4ms FreeSync 4K UHD IPS Monitor EXPIRED

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Best Buy has 28" Samsung UR55 60Hz 4ms FreeSync 4K UHD IPS Monitor (LU28R550UQNXZA) for $259.99. Shipping is free. Thanks GreyKestrel9181

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160 4K UHD
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Response Time: 4ms
  • AMD FreeSync
  • Viewing Angles: 178° H / 178° V
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • VESA: 75mm x 75mm
  • Ports
    • 2x HDMI 2.0
    • 1x DisplayPort 1.2
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Best Buy has Samsung - UR55 Series 28" IPS 4K UHD Monitor (DisplayPort, HDMI) - Dark Gray/Blue for $259.99

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1000:1 contrast
60Hz refresh rate
4ms response time
HDR10
2 HDMI inputs & 1 Displayport 1.2 input
FreeSync (AMD Adaptive Sync)

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sams...Id=6386391
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ark202 asked this question on 11-19-2020 at 01:04 PM
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No USB ports. If you look at the product pictures, there aren't any https://pisces.bbystatic.com/image2/BestBuy_US/images/products/6386/6386391cv13d.jpg
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My first deal post! I just ordered one for store pickup, will update this post with a review after I setup at the office tomorrow morning.

Update: Picked up the monitor this morning, great looking monitor with minimal bezels and a fast easy setup. Straight out of the box its calibrated nicely though I will need to adjust to my preferences. I am mostly using my system for tech and basic graphic design work along with some light audio and video editing. At the moment my laptop is being stubborn and defaulting to the Intel GPU, updating drivers so I can take full advantage of 1050Ti. Very good buy at $260
Great monitors paid $359 earlier this year. Make sure your system can run them at 60hz. At 30hz they flicker. Currently using a new MacBook Pro to drive these at native resolution USB-C to DisplayPort.
No way, this guy codes too fast for 30Hz...

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My first deal post! I just ordered one for store pickup, will update this post with a review after I setup at the office tomorrow morning.

Update: Picked up the monitor this morning, great looking monitor with minimal bezels and a fast easy setup. Straight out of the box its calibrated nicely though I will need to adjust to my preferences. I am mostly using my system for tech and basic graphic design work along with some light audio and video editing. At the moment my laptop is being stubborn and defaulting to the Intel GPU, updating drivers so I can take full advantage of 1050Ti. Very good buy at $260
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My first deal post! I just ordered one for store pickup, will update this post with a review after I setup at the office tomorrow morning.
I have been using thw aame model for more than 6months, excellent quality. Recommended for someone who is into coding, work and watching content abf playing games at 60hz
Only drawback is vesa mount on this is not compatible for many things
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I have been using thw aame model for more than 6months, excellent quality. Recommended for someone who is into coding, work and watching content abf playing games at 60hz
Only drawback is vesa mount on this is not compatible for many things
I want one for coding the issue is my laptop can only run 4k at 30hz Frown
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I have been using thw aame model for more than 6months, excellent quality. Recommended for someone who is into coding, work and watching content abf playing games at 60hz
Only drawback is vesa mount on this is not compatible for many things
oh man, what a bummer ...wonder why they went 75x75
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How does this one compare to https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/14565182

I know the size difference, but more curious about image quality and how it would pair with a PS5.
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How does this one compare to https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/14565182

I know the size difference, but more curious about image quality and how it would pair with a PS5.
It's an interesting tradeoff: This is IPS and slightly brighter @ 28" (with HDR) whereas the other (from Samsung directly) is VA but 32".

Honestly not sure which one I'd take. Smaller size means higher DPI, but with 4k, that is likely not a big factor anyway and the larger size would be preferred. Then there's VA vs IPS. Though, if sitting right in front of it (as you likely are), that shouldn't be much of a drawback.

6 of one I guess Smilie
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It's an interesting tradeoff: This is IPS and slightly brighter @ 28" (with HDR) whereas the other (from Samsung directly) is VA but 32".

Honestly not sure which one I'd take. Smaller size means higher DPI, but with 4k, that is likely not a big factor anyway and the larger size would be preferred. Then there's VA vs IPS. Though, if sitting right in front of it (as you likely are), that shouldn't be much of a drawback.

6 of one I guess https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
I would definitely suggest this one compared to 32 (VA), my friend has the 32inch one compared to it on 28inch image is sharp and colors have better contrast and saturation.
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I want one for coding the issue is my laptop can only run 4k at 30hz https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/frown.gif
Still you can use this.
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Is it worth upgrading from a 27" WQHD monitor to a 4K one? Moving from FHD to 27" WQHD gave me a lot of screen estate to play with, not sure if 4K will be better since I may have to increase the display scaling of text/apps to see it.
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Is this good for the photograph work like photoshop?

Which one is better for photo editing?
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Great monitors paid $359 earlier this year. Make sure your system can run them at 60hz. At 30hz they flicker. Currently using a new MacBook Pro to drive these at native resolution USB-C to DisplayPort.
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Dang. Paid 300 for this shit
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Quote from mroldboy :
How does this one compare to https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/14565182

I know the size difference, but more curious about image quality and how it would pair with a PS5.

Another point to consider...
FWIW, there are currently 14% and 10% cash back rebates for samsung.com (other listing).

As the previous user pointed out, however, the 28" will offer higher DPI in an IPS panel than the 32" VA. Could just depend on your eyesight and how close you are to the screen too with respect to which you prefer.
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