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This was priced just under $400 less than a couple weeks ago. I think this model is being cleared out and is being replaced by the 27UP650 (current $450), which as far as I can tell, the main difference is an updated stand (please correct me in comments if that's not accurate).

It's also the same price on B&H photo:
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...k_uhd.html

2 x HDMI 2.0, DP1.4, headphone out, 3-sided bezel-less display, VESA-mountable and color-calibrated from factory. Stand supports tilt, height and rotate. I quite like the bottom power button/joystick control.
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kalatoker asked this question on 09-02-2021 at 10:20 AM
09-02-2021 at 10:20 AM
Yes this is suitable. It's factory-calibrated, so color accuracy out of the box will be reasonably good.

If you work with a lot of HDR video, then possibly it may be worthwhile to get the a newer UP model, which has 95% DCI-P3 coverage or another monitor with a similarly high rating
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The difference between the 27UK850 and 27UP850 is increased typical nits, increased contrast ratio, and most important is increase in power delivery via USB-C to 96W (from 60W) making it enough for the MacBook Pro 15".

This is the best I could come up with when figuring out the LG naming scheme

LG Naming
First Two Numbers - Monitor Size
First Letter - Series Monitor Belongs to (Ultrafine, Wide, Gaming, Business)
Second Letter- Year Released (K=2018 L=2019 N=2020 P=2021)

**Next two items may or may not be in model number**
Letter after series number - F or G (Freesync or G-sync)
Last Letter - W=White or B=Black

Sometimes the series number is 2 numbers, not 3. This denotes business vs consumer monitor. Difference is 1 year warranty vs 3 year warranty otherwise they are the same.

Differences in Ultrafine Series
600 - Non-Adjustable stand no USB-C + USB 3
650 - Adjustable Stand no no USB-C + USB 3
750 - VA Screen instead of IPS, Adjustable Stand, no USB-C + USB 3
850 - Adjustable Stand, USB-C + USB 3, Speakers
950 - Thunderbolt connection instead of USB-C, Speakers
Bought the 32" version a few month ago for the same price on newegg. Call me crazy but i went from a ips 165hz 27" to this and i enjoy my pc and gaming alot more in this than high refresh rate(personal preference)

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Nice find! This is an outstanding monitor at this price. I bought this model earlier this year and absolutely love the text clarity for coding. I'm in for another one now for my other machine. Thanks!
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Bought the 32" version a few month ago for the same price on newegg. Call me crazy but i went from a ips 165hz 27" to this and i enjoy my pc and gaming alot more in this than high refresh rate(personal preference)
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Bought the 32" version a few month ago for the same price on newegg. Call me crazy but i went from a ips 165hz 27" to this and i enjoy my pc and gaming alot more in this than high refresh rate(personal preference)
That one is likely a VA panel.
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That one is likely a VA panel.
nope. ips version cant find it on newegg anymore but here it is https://www.amazon.com/LG-32UN650-W-Compatibility-Borderless-Adjustable/dp/B08FQ42MN1/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=lg+32+ips+4k&qid=1630475778&sr=8-4
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nope. ips version cant find it on newegg anymore but here it is https://www.amazon.com/LG-32UN650...778&sr=8-4
commenting so i can visit again for the 32 inch version for same price $330 ish
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I just bought a used 27UK850 off Ebay for $256 shipped. Really like the 850 models as it has the USB-C input which provides USB-PD 60W charging for my M1 Macbook AIr. I'm interested in a second monitor for another desk in my home and would certainly consider this 27UL650 model but really want the USB-C input again.

While I consider these options.. can anyone point out the differences between the 27UK, 27UL, and 27UP units. I know the 850 model has USB-C and the 650 model includes the adjustable silver stand. But like what has otherwise improved year after year with this monitor. The only information I can find is that UL added HDR400.. which Im guessing increases the brightness when viewing HDR content.
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nope. ips version cant find it on newegg anymore but here it is https://www.amazon.com/LG-32UN650...778&sr=8-4
Are you sure it wasn't refurbished?
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Are you sure it wasn't refurbished?
It was open box newegg from a deal here. Lucky mine came like new in the box. Not even 10 minute screen use
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I just bought a used 27UK850 off Ebay for $256 shipped. Really like the 850 models as it has the USB-C input which provides USB-PD 60W charging for my M1 Macbook AIr. I'm interested in a second monitor for another desk in my home and would certainly consider this 27UL650 model but really want the USB-C input again.

While I consider these options.. can anyone point out the differences between the 27UK, 27UL, and 27UP units. I know the 850 model has USB-C and the 650 model includes the adjustable silver stand. But like what has otherwise improved year after year with this monitor. The only information I can find is that UL added HDR400.. which Im guessing increases the brightness when viewing HDR content.
This was a heck of a deal. Usually at $400+ for the 850. But after using the 32" version i cant go back to the 27"
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This is amazing monitor. I wish they had this with usb c support or at least usb hub builtin like dell business monitors. I got one of these and love the display quality.
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I just bought a used 27UK850 off Ebay for $256 shipped. Really like the 850 models as it has the USB-C input which provides USB-PD 60W charging for my M1 Macbook AIr. I'm interested in a second monitor for another desk in my home and would certainly consider this 27UL650 model but really want the USB-C input again.

While I consider these options.. can anyone point out the differences between the 27UK, 27UL, and 27UP units. I know the 850 model has USB-C and the 650 model includes the adjustable silver stand. But like what has otherwise improved year after year with this monitor. The only information I can find is that UL added HDR400.. which Im guessing increases the brightness when viewing HDR content.
I think the alphabets signify the model year. UP is the latest 2021 model with improved colors (95% DCI-P3). UN was last year's model. UK and UL before that. Before UP, most of these monitors had 99% sRGB color support only.

Another interesting aspect I learnt from SD forums is that the U series is User/Consumer line and comes with 1 year warranty. And the B series is the Business Line which is the same monitor but 3 years warranty. E.g. 27BL85U. Not sure how LG honors the warranty if the B series is bought by consumers.

This is a great price for this monitor! 👍🏼
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https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/fp/661366

This was just last week. Higher specs all around and cheaper. Deal is expired now but if you can get it that price once most likely it will come around again.
That is a gaming monitor with QHD resolution. This is a UHD 4k monitor, not directly comparable.
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