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LG 24UD58 24" 4K/UHD IPS FreeSync Monitor £254.97 @ Amazon

£254.97 @ Amazon
LG 24UD58 24" 4K/UHD IPS FreeSync Monitor £254.97 at Amazon. I think this is the cheapest 24" UHD (3840×2160) IPS FreeSync monitor at the moment? The stand isn't height-adjustable but you could use… Read More
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LG 24UD58 24" 4K/UHD IPS FreeSync Monitor £254.97 at Amazon.

I think this is the cheapest 24" UHD (3840×2160) IPS FreeSync monitor at the moment? The stand isn't height-adjustable but you could use your own VESA stand/mounting.

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#1
Looks good to me, I'm gona wait it out though for sub £200 for 27". My new years resolution is to become an optimist (_;)
#2
With a Display brightness: 250 cd/m the contrast of content displayed would suffer.
#3
Lucky88
With a Display brightness: 250 cd/m the contrast of content displayed would suffer.


How's this? How is contast related to brightness? It's just a ratio isn't it? Usually about 1000:1 for an LCD panel from what I've seen..or are you talking about dynamic contrast?...which is related to the backlight and is usually something in the order of infinity if you believe the manufacturers (or include the OFF button)...there's a whole other argument here which I'm not trying to get into. I have no axe to grind...just curious as to where your statement comes from...maybe something to do with the eyes ability to distinguish shades at lower light levels? Cheers.
#4
Yep, the maximum brightness figure isn't really relevant for me. I find I set my monitor (not the model in this deal) to near-minimum brightness anyway.
#5
Has anyone got this or one of this size in 4k? I'm wondering what 4k is like in a 24" as I used to have 1080 24" and I upgraded to a 28" at 4k. I heard the recommended minimum spec for 4k is 27".

I have to admit 28" is a bit big and I find it too much height wise. Just a bit too big but I think a 24" might be unusual in this resolution but then I am just speculating here. It is probably fine.

I personally want a ultrawide monitor over 4k now but I was thinking of downsizing if I didn't go that route. Just hope I can sell my current monitor lol
#6
liltman
Has anyone got this or one of this size in 4k? I'm wondering what 4k is like in a 24" as I used to have 1080 24"

Depends on what sizing you use, at the optimal 200% sizing it's identical to 1920x1080. The best size depends on your viewing distance (desk depth), but 23" would be the reference 96dpi.

liltman
I personally want a ultrawide monitor over 4k

Sadly the HiDPI Ultrawides aren't out yet or you could have both. I'm waiting for 5120x2160 myself (200% 2560x1080).

Edited By: EndlessWaves on Apr 13, 2017 23:22
#7
EndlessWaves
liltman
Has anyone got this or one of this size in 4k? I'm wondering what 4k is like in a 24" as I used to have 1080 24"
Depends on what sizing you use, at the optimal 200% sizing it's identical to 1920x1080. The best size depends on your viewing distance (desk depth), but 23" would be the reference 96dpi.
liltman
I personally want a ultrawide monitor over 4k
Sadly the HiDPI Ultrawides aren't out yet or you could have both. I'm waiting for 5120x2160 myself (200% 2560x1080).

Are these high dpi ones coming soon?
#8
Don't know why this is cold, I bought two of these a couple of months ago for 300-odd each and they're cracking monitors. :)
#9
liltman
EndlessWaves
liltman
Has anyone got this or one of this size in 4k? I'm wondering what 4k is like in a 24" as I used to have 1080 24"
Depends on what sizing you use, at the optimal 200% sizing it's identical to 1920x1080. The best size depends on your viewing distance (desk depth), but 23" would be the reference 96dpi.
liltman
I personally want a ultrawide monitor over 4k
Sadly the HiDPI Ultrawides aren't out yet or you could have both. I'm waiting for 5120x2160 myself (200% 2560x1080).
Are these high dpi ones coming soon?

I haven't heard anything yet.
#10
SleepyChris
Lucky88
With a Display brightness: 250 cd/m the contrast of content displayed would suffer.
How's this? How is contast related to brightness? It's just a ratio isn't it? Usually about 1000:1 for an LCD panel from what I've seen..or are you talking about dynamic contrast?...which is related to the backlight and is usually something in the order of infinity if you believe the manufacturers (or include the OFF button)...there's a whole other argument here which I'm not trying to get into. I have no axe to grind...just curious as to where your statement comes from...maybe something to do with the eyes ability to distinguish shades at lower light levels? Cheers.
I guess it would suffer if you've got a bright window behind it or shining onto it. That's about it though.
#11
EndlessWaves
liltman
EndlessWaves
liltman
Has anyone got this or one of this size in 4k? I'm wondering what 4k is like in a 24" as I used to have 1080 24"
Depends on what sizing you use, at the optimal 200% sizing it's identical to 1920x1080. The best size depends on your viewing distance (desk depth), but 23" would be the reference 96dpi.
liltman
I personally want a ultrawide monitor over 4k
Sadly the HiDPI Ultrawides aren't out yet or you could have both. I'm waiting for 5120x2160 myself (200% 2560x1080).
Are these high dpi ones coming soon?
I haven't heard anything yet.

Damn lol, I really want one now so not sure if I can wait besides these ones are already around £500 for current ultra wide models I dread to think how much the next would be lol

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