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27" LG 27GN880-B UltraGear QHD Nano IPS 1ms 144Hz HDR Monitor w/ Ergo Stand EXPIRED

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BuyDig has 27" LG 27GN880-B UltraGear QHD Nano IPS 1ms 144Hz HDR Monitor w/ Ergo Stand for $$449.99 - $130.99 w/ promo code VEG25 = $319. Slickdeals Cashback is available for this store (PC extension required, before checkout). Shipping is free.

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Specs:
  • Screen Size: 27"
  • Resolution: 2560x1440
  • Refresh Rate: 144Hz
  • Response Time: 1ms (GtG at Faster)
  • Display Type: IPS w/ HDR10
  • Color Gamut (Typ.): DCI-P3 98% (CIE1976)
  • G-SYNC Compatible + AMD FreeSync
  • Ergo stand can Extend/Retract/Swivel/Height/Pivot/Tilt

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IPS has much better consistency across the screen. Due to VA inherited technology, when you view anything that are not in the center on VA screen, it's just not the same colorwise. That is why you will see that virtually all professional grade monitors are IPS and not VA.
4k + IPS + high refresh rate is very expensive.

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Any reason why this was downvoted? I'm looking to purchase a 27" 2k 144hz+ IPS monitor for work and gaming. Any recommendations for any other monitors with the same specs in a similar price range?
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Any reason why this was downvoted? I'm looking to purchase a 27" 2k 144hz+ IPS monitor for work and gaming. Any recommendations for any other monitors with the same specs in a similar price range?

not that I know, but seems like very good deal to me (hence why I posted itSmilie
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I just got the Dell s2721dgf last night from best buy for 319. Not sure how that is compared to this LG.
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I just got the Dell s2721dgf last night from best buy for 319. Not sure how that is compared to this LG.
https://www.rtings.com/monitor/to...shold=0.10
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Any reason why this was downvoted? I'm looking to purchase a 27" 2k 144hz+ IPS monitor for work and gaming. Any recommendations for any other monitors with the same specs in a similar price range?
M27Q is another good choice. You should be able to get it for $270 on sale, if you can wait.
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I just got the Dell s2721dgf last night from best buy for 319. Not sure how that is compared to this LG.
Lol its nano ips which is top tier
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Is high refresh rate monitor for web browsing make it as smooth as 120hz for phones?
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$350 in total, great upgrade, sold my old 144hertz monitor to get this, thanks OP
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Deal looked too good to pass up. Upgrading my 1080p 60hz monitor
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I just got the Dell s2721dgf last night from best buy for 319. Not sure how that is compared to this LG.
Honestly, return it and grab this:

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/giga...Id=6438287

Better black uniformity, so better with dark room performance. All-around slightly better and $10 less.
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Honestly, return it and grab this:

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/giga...Id=6438287

Better black uniformity, so better with dark room performance. All-around slightly better and $10 less.
Oh wow, i have had the 2721dgf for a year now, and while i love it, the specs on this gigabyte are impressive. HDR400 and KVM is a pretty useful feature.
I would imagine the build quality on the Dell is better though? (The DGF is super solid, no flex at all).

If i were in the market now, I'd prob pick the Gigabyte
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Great link. The ergo arm is seriously a big selling point. If your desk set-up can utilize it, I would def go for the purchase.
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I just got the Dell s2721dgf last night from best buy for 319. Not sure how that is compared to this LG.
VA panel vs IPS from an image quality standpoint technically VA can be superior if properly calibrated due to contrast. However IPS is almost always more color accurate. Additionally almost no VA monitors outside Samsung G7/G9, some LG monitors or monitors with Gsync modules work properly with Gsync without flickering issues. It's just an inherent issue with the response time and power/refresh of VA panels. IPS monitors just play better with Gsync overall. This monitor is certified for Gsync and Freesync premium is IPS (typically more expensive for stated reasons) also is nano IPS so has wider color gammut.
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