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Samsung U28D590D 28 inch Ultra HDMI 4k Monitor - amazon.de - £360.00

£360.00 @ Amazon Germany
Seems like a great deal for a 4k monitor, currently £429 From amazon.co.uk PRICE INCLUDES Delivery To get this price See the price on the right hand side for the seller "Amazon" they will deliver… Read More
davidfwalsh Avatar
2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago
Seems like a great deal for a 4k monitor, currently £429
From amazon.co.uk
PRICE INCLUDES Delivery
To get this price See the price on the right hand side for the seller "Amazon" they will deliver to the UK and Ireland.

Ultra HD 4K, 4 x the performance of Full HD
3840 x 2160 Ultra HD Resolution
HDMI and Displayport Connections
Super thin Bezel, with High design sleek stand
1ms Response Time
Box Contains
1 x U28D590D Monitor
UK Power Cable
HDMI Cable
Displayport Cable
Drivers CD
Quick Set Up Guide
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#1
Reviews are a bit meh because it's a TN.

I'm waiting on an affordable IPS 4k monitor. Could be waiting a while though.
#2
Here's an unboxing vid too . looks really nice

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1 Like #3
Brilliant :) been looking for one for a while now
1 Like #4
Just be aware that to get 60Hz at 3840x2160 you need to use a DisplayPort 1.2 cable or else it will be 30Hz using HDMI which isn't good for movies / gaming.
#5
j0nn13
Just be aware that to get 60Hz at 3840x2160 you need to use a DisplayPort 1.2 cable or else it will be 30Hz using HDMI which isn't good for movies / gaming.
pretty much every movie is sub 30fps? except for a handful of movies like the hobbit
#6
Voted hot! I paid £380 at overclockers for this at Christmas. Haven't taken it out the box yet though as I'm still waiting on my new rig arriving.
#7
Plenty of cheaper 4k TN panels, what is so special about this? plus available for £370/£375 direct from UK. Plus on further inspection actually £375 including shipping and Amazon price converter, plus you'd have to pay for new power cable.
#8
Price does not include delivery.
#9
A1RN
Plenty of cheaper 4k TN panels, what is so special about this? plus available for £370/£375 direct from UK. Plus on further inspection actually £375 including shipping and Amazon price converter, plus you'd have to pay for new power cable.

Don't think the cheaper ones support 60hz.
#10
I would quite like one of these, can imagine it to be a decent step up from my 27" 1440p
#11
gnomechimpsky
Reviews are a bit meh because it's a TN.

I'm waiting on an affordable IPS 4k monitor. Could be waiting a while though.


Waiting a while? I waited nearly 24 hours for my Dell p2715q to arrive....
#12
gagagaga
gnomechimpsky
Reviews are a bit meh because it's a TN.
I'm waiting on an affordable IPS 4k monitor. Could be waiting a while though.
Waiting a while? I waited nearly 24 hours for my Dell p2715q to arrive....

They actually started shipping yet?
#13
A1RN
Price does not include delivery.
Price does include delivery...you need to select the correct seller from the right hand side.
#14
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/OJADKPGVX_v4xLBHwRgcpPSDGy6WEePEky1C_8TlVuNfRK5aOjWYm5PMTM7LUm5KM1VZkipr0uQ=w1342-h557

No it doesn't.

davidfwalsh
A1RN
Price does not include delivery.
Price does include delivery...you need to select the correct seller from the right hand side.


Edited By: A1RN on Jan 14, 2015 01:03
#15
Don't use amazons rate they will screw you big time.
#16
durzat
j0nn13
Just be aware that to get 60Hz at 3840x2160 you need to use a DisplayPort 1.2 cable or else it will be 30Hz using HDMI which isn't good for movies / gaming.
pretty much every movie is sub 30fps? except for a handful of movies like the hobbit

If you have a look at the 4K Videos on Youtube etc you will see that many of them run at 60hz so it would be pointless getting a 4k monitor to watch 4k video if it can't support 60hz.

Also worth mentioning that at the moment, you can't get 4k content from Netflix, Amazon etc on the PC. They only offer this direct to TVs at the moment due to piracy concerns.
#17
gnomechimpsky
gagagaga
gnomechimpsky
Reviews are a bit meh because it's a TN.
I'm waiting on an affordable IPS 4k monitor. Could be waiting a while though.
Waiting a while? I waited nearly 24 hours for my Dell p2715q to arrive....

They actually started shipping yet?


Yeah, mine arrived Christmas eve. Nice screen, pity the win 8 multi screen scaling is still pants (27" 4k, 14" 1080p and 23" 1080p are not a happy mix).

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