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eBay: Perfect Pixel Crossover 324K UHD 32" 3840x2160 4K LED Monitor - $399.90 Plus Free Shipping

Oski1981 1,438 4,776 August 18, 2016 at 03:50 PM in Monitors (4) More eBay Deals
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Last Edited by BeAuMaN August 18, 2016 at 07:23 PM
dream-seller via eBay has the Perfect Pixel Crossover 324K UHD 32" 3840x2160 4K LED Monitor [ebay.com] for $399.90 Plus Free Shipping.

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  • Model : 324K UHD(IRON TRIPOD)
  • Panel : AHVA (IPS-type)
  • Sruface Treatment : Anti-Glare 3H
  • Panel Size : 81.3Cm (32-type)
  • Screen size (physical) :708.4(H) X 398.5(V)
  • Aspect Ratio : 16: 9
  • Maximum resolution : 3840X2160 @60Hz
  • Response time : 6ms
  • Viewing angle : 178 (H) / 178 (V)
  • Brightness : 350cd / m²
  • Contrast Ratio : 1,000: 1
  • DCR : 5,000,000: 1
  • Pixel size : 0184 mm x 0.184 (per one triad)
  • Display colors : 1.07G Colors (8-bit+FRC)
  • Optimum resolution :
  • Displayport 3840 x 2160 @60Hz
  • HDMI 2.0 (3840 x 2160 @60Hz)
  • HDMI 1.4 x 2 (3840 x 2160 @30Hz)
  • RGB 1920X1080 @60Hz
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No Freesync right?
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No us power plug?
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Prices are headed in the right direction for 4K monitors... but I want to see some 32" + name brands at this price or cheaper. I mean $400 can buy a 40ish 4K HDTV that would probably be "ok" as a monitor.

I paid $300 each for 27" 1440p monitors 3 years ago... it's time for move up.

I read somewhere Asus has a 32" IPS 4K coming out for $400 or less soon, but now I can't find the link....

edit - I doubt it will be this one, LOL. A thousand bucks, WTF is that? : https://www.amazon.com/PA328Q-384...B00YWD9ZZM
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Last edited by burticus August 18, 2016 at 09:43 PM.
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Quote from burticus View Post :
I mean $400 can buy a 40ish 4K HDTV that would probably be "ok" as a monitor.
Yeah, I got in on that Walmart Samsung clearance and got a 4K 50 inch screen for $400. Works perfect as a big ass monitor with 4:4:4 chroma. I can see so much code.
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24ish 1080p monitors are now starting to be regularly $150... They dip down to around $100 when on sale...

I'm waiting for a decent 2K 28" for around $200... That should be reasonable, right?

This isn't bad, but bigger than I want, and I would certainly need a new video card. $400 still seems a bit steep considering these are generics...
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Quote from santiagoanders View Post :
Yeah, I got in on that Walmart Samsung clearance and got a 4K 50 inch screen for $400. Works perfect as a big ass monitor with 4:4:4 chroma. I can see so much code.
Dammit I guess I missed that one. 50" is big for me but 4:4:4 at $400 is rocking.
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Quote from burticus View Post :
edit - I doubt it will be this one, LOL. A thousand bucks, WTF is that? : https://www.amazon.com/PA328Q-384...B00YWD9ZZM
if your job/life depends on color accuracy and color gamut coverage then this is exactly the kind of F you'll need. it's obviously not meant for casual users.
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Quote from danteshors View Post :
No us power plug?
No, Korean plug.

I don't understand why these Korean monitor makers don't just use a standard PC power cable (IEC320C13)...
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#10
Is this better than the Wasabi Mango?
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I'll pay extra $100 for curve please...
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Quote from b.arms View Post :
24ish 1080p monitors are now starting to be regularly $150... They dip down to around $100 when on sale...

I'm waiting for a decent 2K 28" for around $200... That should be reasonable, right?

This isn't bad, but bigger than I want, and I would certainly need a new video card. $400 still seems a bit steep considering these are generics...
2k 1080p monitors are super cheap. did you mean 1440p?
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lol what? no. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/2K_resolution it's basically 1080p. technically not, but really close. 1440p is closer to 3k anyway if you round
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Quote from Bobloadmire View Post :
lol what? no. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/2K_resolution it's basically 1080p. technically not, but really close. 1440p is closer to 3k anyway if you round
Well, I guess I've been wrong before, but at least I'm not the only one.

https://www.amazon.com/s/?ie=UTF8...k+monitors
http://www.newegg.com/4K-2K-Monit...ID-2032604
https://www.google.com/search?q=2K+monitors

Of course the only time I have ever heard 2K in reference to a display, people were clearly talking about 2560 x 1440 or sometimes the ultra-wides, never 1920 x 1080 or anywhere close... I have only seen or heard people say "1080p" or "Full HD" when talking about 1920 x 1080.

Thanks for ruining it... now I have to use WQHD or something. Mad
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yeah I don't get the terminology. basic logic tells you that if 4k is 3840, 2k should be 1920, aka 1080p..
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