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Acer B276HK 27" IPS 4K UHD Monitor £349.97 @ eBuyer
Acer B276HK 27" IPS 4K UHD Monitor £349.97 @ eBuyer

Acer B276HK 27" IPS 4K UHD Monitor £349.97 @ eBuyer

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Not bad at £349.97 for IPS 4k 27". Has a tilt, swivel and height adjustable stand (Ergostand) and built in speakers if that floats your boat.

Recently £470 (pricespy). Acer Direct has it for £369.97 + delivery (here).

DVI, HDMI, DP/miniDP. USB, Audio in.

Not sure if the HDMI has 4k 60Hz, but think the DP does. Reviews on the built-in speakers are not favourable.

Manufacturer's details here.

Happy shopping!

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£333.49 at Office Nerd.

Has a USB hub too, so overall similar spec to the LG 27UD68P except it doesn't have FreeSync.

If you think you'll ever need to display non-60Hz video on it (e.g. 50Hz for PAL DVD or Blu-Ray), you might want to check that it can actually drive the panel at that rate. I have a different model of Acer UHD monitor. Its panel refresh rate is fixed at 60Hz. It converts source video at any other rate to 60Hz by duplicating or dropping frames. Meaning if you set your PC desktop to 50Hz, or connect a Blu-Ray/DVD player over HDMI playing a PAL disc, what should be smooth motion isn't, because the monitor duplicates one in 5 frames. On the other hand, I'm guessing many people are less picky than me and never notice it. The frame-duplication is most noticeable in a horizontally-scrolling game.

If you want to test your monitor at different refresh rates, an easy works-in-your-web-browser test is at
testufo.com/

Finally, 4k IPS screens are getting affordable. I have a TN 4k screen, and I thought it would not be a bit deal, but it really is not as a nice as IPS.

And I assume you need a display port interface to drive this, but that should not usually be an issue.
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