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LG 27UD58 27" 4k Ultra HD IPS Monitor @ eBuyer - £299.98 with free delivery

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LG 27" 4k IPS for £299.98 delivered from eBuyer. Next nearest reputable price on PriceSpy £324.97 (link) Seen on HUKD two weeks ago at £312.11 here Link to manufacturer's website here Happ… Read More
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LG 27" 4k IPS for £299.98 delivered from eBuyer.

Next nearest reputable price on PriceSpy £324.97 (link)

Seen on HUKD two weeks ago at £312.11 here

Link to manufacturer's website here

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1 Like #1
Freesync as well
#2
Would be on it if it was 144hz
1 Like #3
malachi
Would be on it if it was 144hz


144hz 4k IPS panel for £300?
#4
Voted hot
#5
malachi
Would be on it if it was 144hz
Yeah...they don't exist yet, but there's going to be one in the summer for £2000
1 Like #6
8 bit + FRC to emulate 10 bit, 99% sRGB (NTSC 72%) gamut for anyone wondering.
#7
Thanks OP. How does this compare to the AOC U2879VF 28 Inch 4K LED Monitor https://www.amazon.co.uk/AOC-U2879VF-Inches-LED-Monitor/dp/B0163JLIWU?

Edited By: Divine1 on Apr 16, 2017 23:40
#8
Divine1
Thanks OP. How does this compare to the AOC U2879VF 28 Inch 4K LED Monitor https://www.amazon.co.uk/AOC-U2879VF-Inches-LED-Monitor/dp/B0163JLIWU?

The AOC is a TN screen rather than IPS. IPS has better viewing angles, TN has better response rate, just a question of what you value more.

http://www.144hzmonitors.com/knowledge-base/panel-types-tn-vs-ips/

Edited By: Phnarr on Apr 17, 2017 00:11: Added link for more info
#9
How many hurts is this ?
4 Likes #10
misa426
How many hurts is this ?

A whole load.
1 Like #11
i got one 6 months ago send it back reason is very bad backlight bleeding,cold ,:( but if you happy with backlight bleeding that is well designed monitor.. ;)
#12
specialoffers
i got one 6 months ago send it back reason is very bad backlight bleeding,cold ,:( but if you happy with backlight bleeding that is well designed monitor.. ;)
So what you're saying is that you got unlucky and got a unit that should not have passed quality control. It may suggest LG QC is not strict enough on the backlight bleed front.
No reason to vote a deal cold or is it?
1 Like #13
basergorkobal
specialoffers
i got one 6 months ago send it back reason is very bad backlight bleeding,cold ,:( but if you happy with backlight bleeding that is well designed monitor.. ;)
So what you're saying is that you got unlucky and got a unit that should not have passed quality control. It may suggest LG QC is not strict enough on the backlight bleed front.
No reason to vote a deal cold or is it?

Probably is. I've had a number of LG monitors and they always seem to suffer uneven backlighting, especially on the IPS models. We ended up keeping a number of them at work because most people could tell or didn't know what I had a problem with (and most office work is on light backgrounds when you don't really notice). But if you're spending a lot on a monitor for you, then good even backlighting is essential.
2 Likes #14
4K is an awkward resolution on 27", you'll prob need to run at 1.5x size otherwise text will be too small.
1 Like #15
misa426
How many hurts is this ?

That would depend on your marital situation , I am guessing those that are married will no doubt suffer the most when wifey gets wind of what you have spent her shopping money on ;)

Edited By: rooney10 on Apr 17, 2017 09:54
#16
anyone recommend a good monitor around 32" min - 40" max with 4k resolution. Not bothered whether IPS or TN as I sit approx. 3 feet away from the screen directly it front of it.
My use is mainly browsing Internet, Spreadsheets , Viewing Photos uploaded from Camera , occasional film watching. No gaming other than the odd cheeky game of stronghold crusader 2 when the mood takes ;)
Currently have a 12 year old 27" Dell which has developed banding lines top to bottom on one side (very annoying) and looking for something a little bigger when upgrading .
Budget upto £400 ish but would prefer something under this .......
#17
rooney10
anyone recommend a good monitor around 32" min - 40" max with 4k resolution. Not bothered whether IPS or TN as I sit approx. 3 feet away from the screen directly it front of it.
My use is mainly browsing Internet, Spreadsheets , Viewing Photos uploaded from Camera , occasional film watching. No gaming other than the odd cheeky game of stronghold crusader 2 when the mood takes ;)
Currently have a 12 year old 27" Dell which has developed banding lines top to bottom on one side (very annoying) and looking for something a little bigger when upgrading .
Budget upto £400 ish but would prefer something under this .......


Check out the ultra wide monitors for that size range, but normal 16:9 computer monitors rarely go above 30" now and I would not recommend using TVs either.
#18
rooney10
anyone recommend a good monitor around 32" min - 40" max with 4k resolution. Not bothered whether IPS or TN as I sit approx. 3 feet away from the screen directly it front of it.
My use is mainly browsing Internet, Spreadsheets , Viewing Photos uploaded from Camera , occasional film watching. No gaming other than the odd cheeky game of stronghold crusader 2 when the mood takes ;)
Currently have a 12 year old 27" Dell which has developed banding lines top to bottom on one side (very annoying) and looking for something a little bigger when upgrading .
Budget upto £400 ish but would prefer something under this .......
If you watch movies and view photos a fair bit, you'll still want IPS ideally.

If you're not gaming, TN literally has zero advantages.
#19
waiting on a ultra wide 1440p dont think its going to happen how would 1440p look on a 4k screen
#20
Its 60 hurts

EDIT Its 60 hurts
#21
Seanspeed
rooney10
anyone recommend a good monitor around 32" min - 40" max with 4k resolution. Not bothered whether IPS or TN as I sit approx. 3 feet away from the screen directly it front of it.
My use is mainly browsing Internet, Spreadsheets , Viewing Photos uploaded from Camera , occasional film watching. No gaming other than the odd cheeky game of stronghold crusader 2 when the mood takes ;)
Currently have a 12 year old 27" Dell which has developed banding lines top to bottom on one side (very annoying) and looking for something a little bigger when upgrading .
Budget upto £400 ish but would prefer something under this .......
If you watch movies and view photos a fair bit, you'll still want IPS ideally.
If you're not gaming, TN literally has zero advantages.

Oh right , what are the advantages of IPS then that would be of benefit to me ?
Any help is appreciated as I am at a loss as to which monitors I should be looking at. Its a big upgrade for me , replacing my ageing power hungry 12+ year old Dell which cost me around £600 back then iirc , and that was cheap !
#22
weiran
rooney10
anyone recommend a good monitor around 32" min - 40" max with 4k resolution. Not bothered whether IPS or TN as I sit approx. 3 feet away from the screen directly it front of it.
My use is mainly browsing Internet, Spreadsheets , Viewing Photos uploaded from Camera , occasional film watching. No gaming other than the odd cheeky game of stronghold crusader 2 when the mood takes ;)
Currently have a 12 year old 27" Dell which has developed banding lines top to bottom on one side (very annoying) and looking for something a little bigger when upgrading .
Budget upto £400 ish but would prefer something under this .......

Check out the ultra wide monitors for that size range, but normal 16:9 computer monitors rarely go above 30" now and I would not recommend using TVs either.

Stupid question probably but would movies be displayed with the black bands on either side when viewing a standard widescreen movie on a ultra wide monitor ?
Have seen quite a few of these that £ wise fit the bill but unsure as to whether I'd get on with one and would it provide much more real estate than my current Dell (visible screen size 14" height x 23" width) ? Thanks in advance ..

Edited By: rooney10 on Apr 17, 2017 12:45
1 Like #23
rooney10
Seanspeed
rooney10
anyone recommend a good monitor around 32" min - 40" max with 4k resolution. Not bothered whether IPS or TN as I sit approx. 3 feet away from the screen directly it front of it.
My use is mainly browsing Internet, Spreadsheets , Viewing Photos uploaded from Camera , occasional film watching. No gaming other than the odd cheeky game of stronghold crusader 2 when the mood takes ;)
Currently have a 12 year old 27" Dell which has developed banding lines top to bottom on one side (very annoying) and looking for something a little bigger when upgrading .
Budget upto £400 ish but would prefer something under this .......
If you watch movies and view photos a fair bit, you'll still want IPS ideally.
If you're not gaming, TN literally has zero advantages.
Oh right , what are the advantages of IPS then that would be of benefit to me ?
Any help is appreciated as I am at a loss as to which monitors I should be looking at. Its a big upgrade for me , replacing my ageing power hungry 12+ year old Dell which cost me around £600 back then iirc , and that was cheap !
If you are replacing a 12 year old monitor, I doubt it matters which you upgrade to but....

IPS is 'generally' considered to be 'better' than TN (the cost strongly indicates this).

IPS has far greater viewing angles without all that contrast and colour changing nonsense. Not usually a problem if you are sat infront of the monitor, but if the screen is larger or if you (as I do) use it as a TV and view from bed (lower than usual viewing angle) then this may become an issue. Is this an issue for you currently? If not go TN.

IPS has superior colour representation for people who edit photos / work in 'multimedia'.

TN displays have faster refresh times, is is apparently important for games. They are also consume energy at a slower rate (for a given screen size).

There are also VA screens out there which are a sort of bridge between the two, but I know nothing about them..... most annoying thing is that shops rarely specify what sort of monitor it is, so you should use sites like this if you are looking for an IPS or VA monitor. Have a google, but if you have kept you 12 year old monitor this long, I'd just get a cheap 1080p TN.

Edited By: friar_chris on Apr 17, 2017 12:55
#24
friar_chris
rooney10
Seanspeed
rooney10
anyone recommend a good monitor around 32" min - 40" max with 4k resolution. Not bothered whether IPS or TN as I sit approx. 3 feet away from the screen directly it front of it.
My use is mainly browsing Internet, Spreadsheets , Viewing Photos uploaded from Camera , occasional film watching. No gaming other than the odd cheeky game of stronghold crusader 2 when the mood takes ;)
Currently have a 12 year old 27" Dell which has developed banding lines top to bottom on one side (very annoying) and looking for something a little bigger when upgrading .
Budget upto £400 ish but would prefer something under this .......
If you watch movies and view photos a fair bit, you'll still want IPS ideally.
If you're not gaming, TN literally has zero advantages.
Oh right , what are the advantages of IPS then that would be of benefit to me ?
Any help is appreciated as I am at a loss as to which monitors I should be looking at. Its a big upgrade for me , replacing my ageing power hungry 12+ year old Dell which cost me around £600 back then iirc , and that was cheap !
If you are replacing a 12 year old monitor, I doubt it matters which you upgrade to but....
IPS is 'generally' considered to be 'better' than TN (the cost strongly indicates this).
IPS has far greater viewing angles without all that contrast and colour changing nonsense. Not usually a problem if you are sat infront of the monitor, but if the screen is larger or if you (as I do) use it as a TV and view from bed (lower than usual viewing angle) then this may become an issue. Is this an issue for you currently? If not go TN.
IPS has superior colour representation for people who edit photos / work in 'multimedia'.
TN displays have faster refresh times, is is apparently important for games. They are also consume energy at a slower rate (for a given screen size).
There are also VA screens out there which are a sort of bridge between the two, but I know nothing about them..... most annoying thing is that shops rarely specify what sort of monitor it is, so you should use sites like this if you are looking for an IPS or VA monitor. Have a google, but if you have kept you 12 year old monitor this long, I'd just get a cheap 1080p TN.

Great Advice , much appreciated.

My current monitor 'works' still but with horrible banding , viewing angles are not going to be a problem as the monitor is dedicated to just my study and this will be at eye level 3 feet from my chair.
The current resolution is set at 1900x1200 and I am looking for something larger with higher resolution so I can be blown away by the quality/sharpness/colour representations , may extend the budget if needs be but I am not wanting to throw good money away if I am not going to benefit especially as I am not a gamer and I believe many of these monitors are aimed at gamers.
I would hope that my new monitor will be energy efficient as my current one is not and it is on 60-70 hours a week on average.
#25
misa426
Its 60 hurts
EDIT Its 60 hurts

Sorry to be that guy, but I gotta call you on this.
It's Hertz, with a capital H. It's an SI unit of measurement for frequency, named after Heinrich Hertz.

I apologise for being pedantic if English isn't your first language. There is no offence meant, but if not then it doesn't hurt to know the correct word. No pun intended.

Edited By: thekanester on Apr 17, 2017 15:07: Ed
#26
Is 4k beneficial in a 27" monitor? DO you really notice the difference between 4K and say HD for this size screen?
#27
thekanester
misa426
Its 60 hurts
EDIT Its 60 hurts
Sorry to that guy, but I gotta call you on this.
It's Hertz, with a capital H. It's an SI unit of measurement for frequency, named after Heinrich Hertz.
I apologise for being pedantic if English isn't your first language. There is no offence meant, but if not then it doesn't hurt to know the correct word. No pun intended.

Im confused. Yu saying it aint 60 hurts,? I need 75 hurts minamum
1 Like #28
misa426
thekanester
misa426
Its 60 hurts
EDIT Its 60 hurts
Sorry to that guy, but I gotta call you on this.
It's Hertz, with a capital H. It's an SI unit of measurement for frequency, named after Heinrich Hertz.
I apologise for being pedantic if English isn't your first language. There is no offence meant, but if not then it doesn't hurt to know the correct word. No pun intended.
Im confused. Yu saying it aint 60 hurts,? I need 75 hurts minamum

Funny, I was thinking a lot more. Like waaaay more.
#29
paule23
Is 4k beneficial in a 27" monitor? DO you really notice the difference between 4K and say HD for this size screen?
Can't speak for 27", but at 24" I just found myself transfixed on how beautiful the screen looked up close. The pixels were really hard to pick out. Even on a 32" monitor, the pixels will be noticeably smaller than those on 24" @1080p, so I can't see why it wouldn't be beneficial at 27"
#30
rooney10
Seanspeed
rooney10
anyone recommend a good monitor around 32" min - 40" max with 4k resolution. Not bothered whether IPS or TN as I sit approx. 3 feet away from the screen directly it front of it.
My use is mainly browsing Internet, Spreadsheets , Viewing Photos uploaded from Camera , occasional film watching. No gaming other than the odd cheeky game of stronghold crusader 2 when the mood takes ;)
Currently have a 12 year old 27" Dell which has developed banding lines top to bottom on one side (very annoying) and looking for something a little bigger when upgrading .
Budget upto £400 ish but would prefer something under this .......
If you watch movies and view photos a fair bit, you'll still want IPS ideally.
If you're not gaming, TN literally has zero advantages.
Oh right , what are the advantages of IPS then that would be of benefit to me ?
Any help is appreciated as I am at a loss as to which monitors I should be looking at. Its a big upgrade for me , replacing my ageing power hungry 12+ year old Dell which cost me around £600 back then iirc , and that was cheap !
Biggest advantage with IPS in my opinion is FAR better colors. Much more vibrant. TN screens look highly washed out by comparison.

Any multimedia will benefit from IPS because of this.

VA is another alternative, as that other person mentioned. Its colors aren't quite as good as IPS, but they're still way better than TN. VA's big advantage is contrast. It is capable of some fairly deep blacks and gives the image really nice depth.
#31
I just want an oled 24" at around 144hz with gsync ='( lol
1 Like #32
Now £299.98 from Amazon. They're currently out of stock but you can still order for delivery when they get more in.
#33
I'd be tempted to have a single 4K display rather than 2 1080p ones but the problem is games tends to look crap rendered at lower res and scaled and there's no way I'd want to pay out for a Rig that could render native 4K.
#34
Back to £342.99 now

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