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Samsung 27 inch curved LED monitor 1920x1080 HDMI £188.99 @ Amazon

£188.99 @ Amazon
Was looking for a new monitor as I work for home a lot these days. I would have preferred a 4K if its >24 inch. But would like to give this a try. Also good price as >£200 at John lewis, Argos etc.… Read More
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5m, 5d agoFound 5 months, 5 days ago
Was looking for a new monitor as I work for home a lot these days.
I would have preferred a 4K if its >24 inch. But would like to give this a try.
Also good price as >£200 at John lewis, Argos etc.

Let me know if there are better options.
arjunvijay Avatar
5m, 5d agoFound 5 months, 5 days ago
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1 Like #2
Cold, not HDCP compliant and will have problems with macs
#3
Worth getting for Xbox One? Would be a replacement for no name TV, looking for one with a good response rate. Thanks.
#4
I was looking at this monitor the other day but unfortunately passed as it doesn't have VESA mounting so may be something to keep in mind if you want to mount the monitor on an arm etc.
#5
No good as it is for Prime members only, so you need to add the Prime fee of £79 so the total price is £268.
Making it a lot more expensive from Amazon than John Lewis or Argos.
1 Like #6
this is a price match with Curry's.
#7
Nesima
you need to add the Prime fee of £79
Amazon Prime is £7.99/month or free if you're eligible for a trial.
4 Likes #9
I remember when getting a *flat* screen monitor to replace a curved one was cutting edge.
2 Likes #10
Scottc123
I remember when getting a *flat* screen monitor to replace a curved one was cutting edge.

We went from convex to flat screens, now it's time for concave monitors. Progress, my friend.
#11
thecoolguy
Cold, not HDCP compliant and will have problems with macs

Works fine with my Mac Mini via HDMI or DP
#12
We have a few of these on our reception desks at work. Generally pretty decent and certainly smart looking, only slight drawback is they feel a bit plastic and the stand can be a bit wobbly.
#13
Miles
thecoolguy
Cold, not HDCP compliant and will have problems with macs
Works fine with my Mac Mini via HDMI or DP

Thanks for that ...ordered (hope it works on my mac mini)
1 Like #14
What sort of work from home? I recently upgraded from a 24 inch full Hd monitor, to a higher res Dell 27 inch 2560x1440. I love the extra screen real estate. A lot of the time I have two windows open next to each other now.

More expensive, but worth it.
#15
Is there any point in buying a 27" LCD that has the same resolution as most 24" LCDs?
#16
aceuk
Is there any point in buying a 27" LCD that has the same resolution as most 24" LCDs?

Is there any point in buying 50" full HD TV if it has the same resolution as 21" full HD tv?
#17
BenderRodriguez
Is there any point in buying 50" full HD TV if it has the same resolution as 21" full HD tv?
Monitors are different though since you sit closer to them.
#18
Thanks guys for the comments and votes. Finally got this today from Amazon. Looks pretty good.

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