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Open Box Monoprice Monitors: 32" Ultra Slim 4K 60Hz $279.99, 27" Vivid 4K 60Hz 100% sRGB $279.49 or 27" CrystalPro 4K 60Hz IPS $247.99 + Free Shipping via Monoprice

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" With two HDMI® 2.0 inputs and two DisplayPort 1.3 inputs"

I'm not 100% but I bought 2 and happy with it but mine had 1 hdmi 2.0 and 2xhdmi1.4 if that matters. Don't know if it's a old batch vs new batch thing or a description error. To keep in mind for 32" monitor. Otherwise I'm ok with it I didn't get any bleeding thankfully.
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What's the difference between the two 27 4K monitors? Both are IPS but Vivid one has a normal price that's $150 more than the other.
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Quote from weizilla :
What's the difference between the two 27 4K monitors? Both are IPS but Vivid one has a normal price that's $150 more than the other.
100% sRGB
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100% sRGB
Actually, it's 100% Adobe RGB spec that makes it more expensive. It's meant for high color accuracy requirements like Photographers and Graphic Designers.
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Quote from MusicalMayhem :
Actually, it's 100% Adobe RGB spec that makes it more expensive. It's meant for high color accuracy requirements like Photographers and Graphic Designers.
Does it make a difference if i don't need color accuracy? Most of the time I have the orange night time filter on anyways. My biggest concern is fuzzy edges that some of the other 27 4k monitors have like the Dell 2721qs
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