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27'' LG 27GN950-B UltraGear 4K UHD Nano IPS 1ms 144Hz G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor $799 at LG.com

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This highly rated monitor is back in stock selling at retail price. If you were in the market like me, you know this was incredibly difficult to find at reasonable prices. Rated #1 4K gaming monitor on multiple websites. Free shipping.

https://www.lg.com/us/monitors/lg...ng-monitor
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And sold out...🤦🏻 ♂️
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This one doesn't have hdmi 2.1
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Quote from Danman101 :
This one doesn't have hdmi 2.1
You're right. It's HDMI 2.2.
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You're right. It's HDMI 2.2.
HDMI 2.2 doesn't exist. You're thinking HDCP 2.2 which is a content protection standard.
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Good monitor, but I'll wait for $500 before buying.
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Anybody thinking 4K would work better on 32 inch and higher monitors? I think 2K on 27 inch is perfect...
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Anybody thinking 4K would work better on 32 inch and higher monitors? I think 2K on 27 inch is perfect...
This is still within a useable margin, but different people like different things. 32" is too large for some, others get 1440P 32" screens. Apple notoriously overshoots pixels per inch with their "retina" displays for a pixel free experience. Distance from the screen also plays a part.

Here are some PPI Examples:
  • 75" 4k: 59 PPI
  • 48" 4k: 92 PPI
  • 27" 4k: 163 PPI
  • 32" 4k: 138 PPI
  • 13" Macbook Pro: 227 PPI
  • 6.1" iPhone 12: 457 PPI
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This is still within a useable margin, but different people like different things. 32" is too large for some, others get 1440P 32" screens. Apple notoriously overshoots pixels per inch with their "retina" displays for a pixel free experience. Distance from the screen also plays a part.

Here are some PPI Examples:
  • 75" 4k: 59 PPI
  • 48" 4k: 92 PPI
  • 27" 4k: 163 PPI
  • 32" 4k: 138 PPI
  • 13" Macbook Pro: 227 PPI
  • 6.1" iPhone 12: 457 PPI
Oh apple... Hahah. Great points, thanks!
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I've been pricing this monitor now and then. I've seen it around 1400 or 1500 bucks so yeah, this is an actual good deal (that is if its still in stock and you are in the market for an 800 dollar monitor).
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This one doesn't have hdmi 2.1
Correct. The newer model does. But that is the only difference. This monitor still supports everything. Unless you're specifically hooking this up to a console, lack of hdmi 2.1 doesn't matter. It features Display Port 1.4 with DSC for a full 4k@160hz 4:4:4 experience.
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Pairs perfectly with the graphics card I can't find anywhere
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Does it work with M1 Mac mini?
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This monitor is in stock for like 3 days now
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