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Acer G247HYU 23.8" IPS QHD Monitor /w 4ms Response, Built-In Speaker, Tilt capable @ $200 with F/S

Posted 02-14-2017 by Suryasis at 09:07 PM
Newegg has Acer G247HYU 23.8" (Model: UM.QG7AA.001) Quad HD (2560x1440) IPS Monitor with 4ms Response time, Built-In Speakers, Tilt Capablity, HDMI, DVI, Display Port @ $199.99 with free shipping.

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  • 23.8" 2560x1440 IPS Panel Display
  • 4ms Response
  • 300 cd.m2 brightness
  • -5 degree to 15 degree Tilt
  • Built-in Speakers
  • Acer Zero Frame Design
  • 1x HDMI, 1x DVI, 1x DisplayPort
  • 1x DVI Cable, 1x DisplayPort Cable, 1x HDMI Cable
  • 6.81 lbs / 7.61 lbs /w stand
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I'm assuming 60hz, everything else looks good though.
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is 23.8 inches too small for a 1440p monitor?

BTW - same price at amazon https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-l...meEligible
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I'm assuming 60hz, everything else looks good though.
from my experience, if it doesn't state 144hz in the product description, it's most likely 60hz.
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too small of a panel for QHD resolution on a computer. 27" minimum for QHD
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is 23.8 inches too small for a 1440p monitor?

BTW - same price at amazon https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-l...meEligible
It's the equivalent of having 938 vertical pixels on a 15.5" laptop. I think most people have no issue with 1080p laptops of this size (and that's more than 938 vertical pixels) so depending on how close you sit this monitor probably isn't a problem. I have a 1080p 23" monitor and definitely think I could handle more detail, but then again I have 26-year-old eyes.
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too small of a panel for QHD resolution on a computer. 27" minimum for QHD
No man. You will definitely notice the difference and for that, you don't need to sit close or anything. For 27", that is minimum for 4K. I have 1080P(23"), 1440P (25") and 4K (27") and talking from practical experience.
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same price at jet
https://jet.com/product/detail/6d...oC757w_wcB

but maybe you qualify for a jet coupon to make price less?

also, cash back hol ic says cashback can be obtained from both newegg and jet but jet has potentially more
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No man. You will definitely notice the difference and for that, you don't need to sit close or anything. For 27", that is minimum for 4K. I have 1080P(23"), 1440P (25") and 4K (27") and talking from practical experience.
I suppose we must agree to disagree
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My HP 2570p laptop is 1366x768 on a 12.5" screen. So the DPI is very close to QHD on 24". I personally don't think it's too bad but it's ultimately a personal preference. Considering it has a displayport and doesn't ship from Korea, this is a good deal.
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Quote from wntrsnowg View Post :
too small of a panel for QHD resolution on a computer. 27" minimum for QHD
You sound silly. most 4k monitors are 28" so it makes no sense that 2160p (4k) is good for 28" but 1440p is too much for 24". Furthermore, there are 24" 4k monitors (but they aren't big sellers because that is getting rather excessive).
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No VESA Frown
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You sound silly. most 4k monitors are 28" so it makes no sense that 2160p (4k) is good for 28" but 1440p is too much for 24". Furthermore, there are 24" 4k monitors (but they aren't big sellers because that is getting rather excessive).
So you're saying that since a product exists, that it invalidates my first-hand experience about high resolution small monitors being difficult to use unless you sit right on top of them. You don't have to agree with me, it's my opinion and I'm only trying to give a data point to perspective buyers. Don't be silly
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Quote from wntrsnowg View Post :
So you're saying that since a product exists, that it invalidates my first-hand experience about high resolution small monitors being difficult to use unless you sit right on top of them.
Quite the contrary. Like I said, 24" 4k monitors exist and seem excessive.

But for you to say 1440p is too high for for a 24" (122 PPI) ...

While 28" is the most popular 4k size (157 PPI)...

That is silly and beyond the realm of opinion or agreeing to disagree.

Even a 32" 4k monitor has higher PPI (138) than the 1440p 24". I can't even imagine someone saying 4k is too much for a 32".
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Quite the contrary. Like I said, 24" 4k monitors exist and seem excessive.

But for you to say 1440p is too high for for a 24" (122 PPI) ...

While 28" is the most popular 4k size (157 PPI)...

That is silly and beyond the realm of opinion or agreeing to disagree.

Even a 32" 4k monitor has higher PPI (138) than the 1440p 24". I can't even imagine someone saying 4k is too much for a 32".
PPI doesn't tell the story. Cell phones have massive PPI around 400+, but they also have specific GUI scaled to match that density. My opinion is that there are many diminishing returns on the usability of 2k 24" monitors. I don't need to convince you, I am merely giving my option as a food-for-thought for others. Don't get me wrong, I love my 32" 1440p monitor. I wasted money buying a smaller 2k monitor before and had to take a loss on it to get something that worked for me, just trying to save others the trouble.
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