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28" Philips 288E2E 4K UHD 3840x2160 60Hz Frameless FreeSync IPS Monitor EXPIRED

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Amazon has 28" Philips 288E2E 4K UHD 3840x2160 60Hz Frameless FreeSync IPS Monitor on sale for $215.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Response Time: 4ms (GTG)
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • Inputs:
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x DisplayPort

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Philips 288E2E 28" Frameless Monitor, 4K UHD 3840x2160 IPS, 120% sRGB, FreeSync, Height Adjustable, VESA, 4Yr Advance Replacement

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This is a rebranded LG fwiw
Many may not know but Philips was early into LEDs in general and has a lot to its name for LED panel inventions including IPS manufacturing methods. It then went into production with LG JV, since then Philips has exited the panel manufacturing completely but rest assured that these are likely top of the line LG panels as is the case with many Philips LED screens.

To me the bonus would be lack of bloatware given that other circuitry and software are likely developed by Philips in-house.
60hz refresh rate if anyone is curious.

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Hmmmmmm… but it's Philips
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Hmmmmmm… but it's Philips
the recent dell and Samsung 27" and 28" monitors for $250 and 300 are super nice, not sure it makes sense to go with anything else
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the recent dell and Samsung 27" and 28" monitors for $250 and 300 are super nice, not sure it makes sense to go with anything else
Were there any 4K ips ones ?
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the recent dell and Samsung 27" and 28" monitors for $250 and 300 are super nice, not sure it makes sense to go with anything else
Please share the link Sir
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the recent dell and Samsung 27" and 28" monitors for $250 and 300 are super nice, not sure it makes sense to go with anything else
Are you talking about Samsung UR55? https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sams...uId=638639
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Hmmmmmm… but it's Philips
a cursory googling seems to indicate lg possibly makes panels for philips; that same cursory googling didn't turn up anything definitive for this particular model, however 🤐
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This is a rebranded LG fwiw
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I think this is the same as the 288e2uae except that this one lacks speakers and usb ports but adds a second HDMI input.

Here's a review of the 288e2uae LINK [youtube.com]
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a cursory googling seems to indicate lg possibly makes panels for philips; that same cursory googling didn't turn up anything definitive for this particular model, however 🤐
Many may not know but Philips was early into LEDs in general and has a lot to its name for LED panel inventions including IPS manufacturing methods. It then went into production with LG JV, since then Philips has exited the panel manufacturing completely but rest assured that these are likely top of the line LG panels as is the case with many Philips LED screens.

To me the bonus would be lack of bloatware given that other circuitry and software are likely developed by Philips in-house.
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60hz refresh rate if anyone is curious.
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Minimum brightness appears to be 76 cd/m² which is dealbreaker for me as it can be too bright. I had an Acer 28" 4k monitor that had similar min brightness and it was a problem especially at night or even in the day time if I don't turn on a lamp.
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I bought one. We'll see. I like the fact that you can Multiview. 2 inputs at the same time on the screen for this price. Just what I needed. Will use this with Nvidia Shield in my office and replace the 1080p :-)

Hope the review helps a little. No clue how legit the site is in general.
https://monitornerds.com/philips-...commended/
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the recent dell and Samsung 27" and 28" monitors for $250 and 300 are super nice, not sure it makes sense to go with anything else
This has a height adjustable stand, and those do not. Usually you can't get height adjustments on cheap monitors.
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