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24" LG 24UD58-B 4K 3840x2160 FreeSync IPS Monitor EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 24" LG 24UD58-B 4K 3840x2160 FreeSync IPS Monitor on sale for $249.99. Shipping is free. Thanks juliaaustin

Note, usually ships within 1 to 2 months.

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160 4K Ultra HD
  • Contrast Ratio: Mega
  • Refresh Rate 60Hz
  • Response Time GTG: 5ms
  • Viewing Angle: 178° V / 178° H
  • Inputs
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x DisplayPort
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Amazon.com offers the LG 24UD58-B 24" 16:9 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) FreeSync IPS Monitor for $249.99.
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Breathtaking clarity and fine details of 4K UHD and 8.3 million pixels produce amazing results. FreeSync enables seamless movement throughout hi-res, fast-paced scenes. On-Screen Control, Screen Split 2.0 and dedicated Game mode set this monitor apart.
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Right now, actually, yes. Not only is 4K on a 15" screen hard to differentiate from a 1440p panel, it also requires more power to run, and more power to game on. As for productivity, the small screen makes it hard to make use of the extra resolution, as opposed to a 32" 4K display. At this time, it is just a drain on battery.
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I guess all the 4k 15" laptops on the market are useless then.
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Ships in 1-2 months though
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Way too small for 4K. My 28" Dell is pushing it even with scaling.
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Way too small for 4K. My 28" Dell is pushing it even with scaling.
I guess all the 4k 15" laptops on the market are useless then.
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4k under 28" is bs. What is the point of such detail if you squeeze it into a tiny screen?
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4k under 28" is bs. What is the point of such detail if you squeeze it into a tiny screen?

Cause now we can sit 2" away from the screen duhhhh. But honest question, what's wrong with small screen with 4k?

I always hear how 1440 is better than 1080 for multitasking, won't 4k be even better for multitasking?
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I guess all the 4k 15" laptops on the market are useless then.
Right now, actually, yes. Not only is 4K on a 15" screen hard to differentiate from a 1440p panel, it also requires more power to run, and more power to game on. As for productivity, the small screen makes it hard to make use of the extra resolution, as opposed to a 32" 4K display. At this time, it is just a drain on battery.
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Way too small for 4K. My 28" Dell is pushing it even with scaling.
I got a 27 inch monitor Dell P2715Q and moving up from 21.5 and 23.5 inches. I wish I'd stay with the 24 inch and saved money.

From where I sit, 2 feet away from the screen. I can't see the whole screen do I have to move my eyes or head and it's pretty annoying. Only fix would be to buy a longer desk. Which most desk isn't longer than the standard size computer desk.
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4k under 28" is bs. What is the point of such detail if you squeeze it into a tiny screen?
So everything is sharper without changing the size of UI elements compared to past displays. I don't see why this is such a hard concept.
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Way too small for 4K. My 28" Dell is pushing it even with scaling.
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I guess all the 4k 15" laptops on the market are useless then.
Quote from sepehr
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4k under 28" is bs. What is the point of such detail if you squeeze it into a tiny screen?
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Cause now we can sit 2" away from the screen duhhhh. But honest question, what's wrong with small screen with 4k?

I always hear how 1440 is better than 1080 for multitasking, won't 4k be even better for multitasking?
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So everything is sharper without changing the size of UI elements compared to past displays. I don't see why this is such a hard concept.

https://www.sonymobile.com/global...5-premium/
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Looks like 60hz. I was wondering why this was $120 cheaper than the Dell deal when this is IPS and higher-resolution. Still a great deal though if you're looking for 4k IPS. FreeSync is nice, too.

https://slickdeals.net/f/9757108-24-dell-s2417dg-g-sync-gaming-monitor-qhd-2560x1440-1ms-165hz-oc-tn-370-49-free-shipping-dell
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Long shipping is probably the biggest drag here, but I'll get it
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Looks like 60hz. I was wondering why this was $120 cheaper than the Dell deal when this is IPS and higher-resolution. Still a great deal though if you're looking for 4k IPS. FreeSync is nice, too.

https://slickdeals.net/f/9757108-24-dell-s2417dg-g-sync-gaming-monitor-qhd-2560x1440-1ms-165hz-oc-tn-370-49-free-shipping-dell
GSync is the Nvidia variant of adaptive sync and carries a ~$200 premium. Unfortunately for consumers, AMD doesn't have a high end GPU out right now so Freesync is only really useable by budget gamers.
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