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27" HP 27m 1920x1080 Ultraslim IPS Monitor EXPIRED

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HP.com has 27" HP 27m Ultraslim Monitor on sale for $119.99. Shipping is free.

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 1920x1080 FHD
  • Response Time: 5ms Gray to Gray
  • Display type: IPS Anti-Glare
  • Contrast ratio: 1000:1
  • Brightness: 250 nits
  • VESA: None
  • Ports:
    • 1x HDMI 1.4
    • 1x VGA

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    • 27" displays are great for those who prefer to place them farther away on a desk.
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HP has their 27m 27-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) Display for $119.99 + Free Shipping

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You will see blurry words. I have this and wish I had gotten a 2k screen at this size.
I work in IT and agree that 1080p is low for a 27" if you're wanting to gain screen real estate. However, I deploy these to people who have not-so-great vision so that they can have larger font without losing real estate. A 27" monitor with 150% zoom is about the same as a 22"or with 125% it's roughly the same as a 24"
1080P at 27" looks terrible IMO as well. I have 2 24" 1920x1200 and they look fine, but something about jumping to 27" looks inadequate. 2K at this size is excellent.

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How does a 1080p IPS panal with no vesa mount gets 5TU?
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Quote from foxfai :
How does a 1080p IPS panal with no vesa mount gets 5TU?
Maybe not everyone needs to mount their monitor?
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You will see blurry words. I have this and wish I had gotten a 2k screen at this size.
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1080P at 27" looks terrible IMO as well. I have 2 24" 1920x1200 and they look fine, but something about jumping to 27" looks inadequate. 2K at this size is excellent.

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You will see blurry words. I have this and wish I had gotten a 2k screen at this size.
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Hp is selling back to school offers on multiple items

27inch monitor runs on sale for 119.99$ . This is better price in the market for 27". Monitor.

https://www.hp.com/us-en/shop/pdp...ch-display
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FYI

Not VESA mount compatible
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1080p is to low for a 27" monitor. Fine if you are watching TV / movies. But not good for computer use.
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I work in IT and agree that 1080p is low for a 27" if you're wanting to gain screen real estate. However, I deploy these to people who have not-so-great vision so that they can have larger font without losing real estate. A 27" monitor with 150% zoom is about the same as a 22"or with 125% it's roughly the same as a 24"
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Samsung has better deal in price & feature wise inbuilt Netflix , prime , internet browser. Doesn't require any laptop connection.
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Quote from MKR800 :
Samsung has better deal in price & feature wise inbuilt Netflix , prime , internet browser. Doesn't require any laptop connection.
Link? Also, why would a computer monitor have a built in browser?
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Link? Also, why would a computer monitor have a built in browser?
Sounds like that person is talking about a 27" TV.
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Walmart has this for under $90. YMMV.
https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...=261654096
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Be careful. HP has had a run of these with defective backlight hardware. Test it for a few days to make sure it won't die immediately.
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