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Lenovo 28in 4K UHD IPS monitor $206.99 through EPP - best 28" 4K IPS panel deal so far

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Lenovo [lenovo.com] has 28" Lenovo L28U-30 4K UHD IPS Monitor (65FAGCC2US) on sale for $229.99 - $23 w/ eCoupon code LENMONITOR10 = $206.99. Shipping is free.

Note that you must be logged in through EPP using https://www.perksatwork.com [perksatwork] for this price . The prices is $259.99 at the regular site


Specs:
Resolution: 3840x2160
Contrast Ratio: 1,000:1
Panel Type: IPS
Brightness: 300 cd/m2
VESA 100 x 100 mm
AMD FreeSync
Viewing Angle: 178/178
Response Time: 6 ms (typical); 4 ms (extreme)
Basic tilt stand

Ports:
1x HDMI 2.0
1x DisplayPort 1.2
1x Audio Out (3.5mm)

For those that cannot go through EPP - The price at regular site is $249 and use RK for 12% CB. For an additional $40 cash back, PM me for referral code for new RK account.
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brandon.r.rickard asked this question on 2020-11-23 18:36 PM
2020-11-28 06:35 AM
Yes... 4k is a good upgrade and this does not usbc which seems the be the latest hotness... Also the note on this are 300? The best would have 350 or more, so not that much less but saves a lot of dough

Good price for 4k and good size, I believe 31/32 4k is too big to use daily for work with text/emails/IM/spreadsheets etc
MellowBreakfast288 asked this question on 2020-11-29 01:10 AM
2020-11-30 10:58 AM
Make sure you're on Lenovo's site (browse all) and search the model number (not the part number).

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Great cheap 4k monitor for office work. I wanted sharp text with good viewing angles, and that's exactly what I got with this.

This isn't for anything beyond that though. If you're expecting any sort of decent colors out of a $200 4k monitor I really don't know what to tell you. My i1 Display Pro reports a contrast ratio of 1:550, and no amount of calibration is going to fix a mediocre panel.
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Collor acuracy out of the box?
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Great cheap 4k monitor for office work. I wanted sharp text with good viewing angles, and that's exactly what I got with this.

This isn't for anything beyond that though. If you're expecting any sort of decent colors out of a $200 4k monitor I really don't know what to tell you. My i1 Display Pro reports a contrast ratio of 1:550, and no amount of calibration is going to fix a mediocre panel.
This is all it's good for ... office work .

Not for gaming , video editing or film watching . For the price I would look at other options .

It took me 3.5 weeks to get my money back .
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No USB C and no Power delivery. I will pass. Thank you for posting the deal.
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If anyone is in the chicagoland area I am looking to sell this one. I only used for a few months before realizing I needed an even bigger screen for work. Pm me if interested
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Yes! we are getting closer to the 27" 2k (1440p) monitors around $130-$160 to work from home and casual gaming. I need 2
Just got my gf a 24" 1440p Lenovo for $145 which is great price to performance.

IMO the sweet spot is:
21" @ 1080p
24" @ 1440p
27" @ 4k

Outside of that (shift the dimensions up one) the PPI gets too aggressive if your hooking up a retina MacBook and it's really noticeable.
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The way people get mad and read something into everything, you'd think they wouldn't have that "slur" in the model number. lol.
Great, now we will have to ban all monitors
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Finally got the Perks at work stuff to work and ordered it at $206.99. Mostly need 4K for working at home and make it easy for the eyes. First time order stuff from Lenovo, fingers crossed.
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Just got my gf a 24" 1440p Lenovo for $145 which is great price to performance.

IMO the sweet spot is:
21" @ 1080p
24" @ 1440p
27" @ 4k

Outside of that (shift the dimensions up one) the PPI gets too aggressive if your hooking up a retina MacBook and it's really noticeable.
where did you get the 24" 1440p for $145? direct from Lenovo? Thanks.
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There's refurb HP 27f 4k with similar panel and height adjust and FreeSync on eBay
Link please?
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I currently have this monitor - it's awesome! Best 4K monitor you can get for the money.
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Easy signup for Perksatwork. Once you sign up, enter the Lenovo site from the Perks website first. Then search for the monitor. Got it at $223 (with the tax) + 7% cash back on urlhasbeenblocked.
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Is this the useless sRGB color space or does it actually have more like DCI or Adobe 99-100% ?
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Anyone have any ideas on some of the best 27-32 inch 4k monitors that have decent hdr, possibly even dolby vision, and at least freesync if not gsync? AND without fans?

I looked and looked and it's hard to find much. That one asus one is always expensive and has fans. Most cheaper ones don't have legit hdr. I HONESTLY WISH there was a 27 inch VA one, as I am used to VA
Yes checkout LG. Very good pic quality. They have VA panels too which are cheaper than their IPS.
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Anyone have any ideas on some of the best 27-32 inch 4k monitors that have decent hdr, possibly even dolby vision, and at least freesync if not gsync? AND without fans?

I looked and looked and it's hard to find much. That one asus one is always expensive and has fans. Most cheaper ones don't have legit hdr. I HONESTLY WISH there was a 27 inch VA one, as I am used to VA
The Dell S2719DC is the only reasonably priced HDR monitor I've seen in that price range. It's about $400, and is Vesa HDR600 rated. Unfortunately it's not 4K (1440p),does not do freesync, and has a limited stand with no VESA mounting option that I can see. If you want good, real HDR in that size without breaking the bank, that's about the only option though, and might be worth living with the other tradeoffs (after all, the drop in resolution might negate the need for freesync).
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