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43" Dell UltraSharp U4320Q 4K UHD IPS Monitor w/ USB-C + $100 Dell eGift Card $789

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Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K UHD)
Contrast Ratio: 1000 to 1 (Typical)
Response Time GTG: 5ms
Height Adjustable w/ Tilt/Swivel
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2x USB A (USB 3.1 Gen 1)
2x HDMI
1x USB 3.1 w/ B.C Charging Adaptability of 2A
1x USB Type-C
1x DP 1.4


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Other cashback and paypal/freedom 5% also possible
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Any review specifically for photo editing? I need an big IPS for my work. The current VA panel not working very well.
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Anyone know the model of these side monitor? Eyefinity set up is dope.
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Got one of these earlier today and was able to use the 10% off email signup coupon to bring it down to $710.99. It took about 30mins to get the code after signing up.
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If you don't absolutely need the USB-C connection, I'd personally consider the Philips Momentum in this size. It supports VESA DisplayHDR 1000 and 75hz, which is crazy for the price. Depends on your usage whether those features matter, of course.
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How does a monitor company make a screen that DOESN'T even support 100% of the weakest color space? This is not even a monitor, it may as well be strictly for coding and stock, or checking your emails..Very poor. AND the audacity to sell for over $700!? SOme people have moeny to burn! This screen should not be more than $450 give or take a little.
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How does a monitor company make a screen that DOESN'T even support 100% of the weakest color space? This is not even a monitor, it may as well be strictly for coding and stock, or checking your emails..Very poor. AND the audacity to sell for over $700!? SOme people have moeny to burn! This screen should not be more than $450 give or take a little.
This is not a monitor for the mainstream user.

This monitor is mainly for professionals who need the ability to have up to four screens on one monitor and be able to read all four screens accurately, or keep track of large data sets/graphs/charts/metrics. This is a very nice business monitor, people like you who don't understand their purpose are obviously not their core audience.
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This is not a monitor for the mainstream user.

This monitor is mainly for professionals who need the ability to have up to four screens on one monitor and be able to read all four screens accurately, or keep track of large data sets/graphs/charts/metrics. This is a very nice business monitor, people like you who don't understand their purpose are obviously not their core audience.
How can it be for graphics? It cant even support sRGB fully or even completely. So unless it has amazing pixel pitch, like I said, not worth much.regardless of brand...and other brands have it for much less with the same specs. I use 3 monitors and also have multiple screens, but I would never get one that cannot display 100% SRGB., that being web colors.

There is nothing professional about the screen. If there is some spec that I missed, please do list it, as I surely could be missing it.
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How can it be for graphics? It cant even support sRGB fully or even completely. So unless it has amazing pixel pitch, like I said, not worth much.regardless of brand...and other brands have it for much less with the same specs. I use 3 monitors and also have multiple screens, but I would never get one that cannot display 100% SRGB., that being web colors.

There is nothing professional about the screen. If there is some spec that I missed, please do list it, as I surely could be missing it.
I don't think they said graphics, but graphs. Like spreadhseet with data set or trading, etc.
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I am presently looking at three of these side by side in my office on one computer. They are fantastic and allow me to be very efficient during my work day. I am buying several more to duplicate in my home office where I only have one of them. My office also has an LG version of this same screen but it has side feet instead of the center stand on this Dell and I prefer these Dell's.
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I got this refurbished from Dell for about $650. It's a good monitor for this price, but there are very few bells and whistles. The obvious draw is the awesome size. I now have the 43" Philips Momentum, and it's better for the HDR and better color gamut and contrast (it's a VA panel as opposed to this IPS), but most people probably wouldn't notice the difference.

If you have the space and a deep desk that allows at least 2 1/2 to 3 feet viewing distance, a 43 inch monitor is just amazing. I've also had 34" widescreens and they just don't compare. And really at these prices, for the screen real estate you get, the value is great.
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great wallstreetbets setup
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Quote from PhilIndeblanc
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How does a monitor company make a screen that DOESN'T even support 100% of the weakest color space? This is not even a monitor, it may as well be strictly for coding and stock, or checking your emails..Very poor. AND the audacity to sell for over $700!? SOme people have moeny to burn! This screen should not be more than $450 give or take a little.
Hmnm. Display experts seem to disagree with your "THIS IS THE WORST MONITOR IN THE WORLDZ!!!" assessment.

https://www.rtings.com/monitor/re...arp-u2720q

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but I would never get one that cannot display 100% SRGB., that being web colors.
So it turns out not everyone needs or wants the same thing?

One of the great mysteries of life, verily.
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