Acer ET430K 43" 4K UHD IPS Monitor £419.99 @ Scan
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Acer ET430K 43" 4K UHD IPS Monitor £419.99 @ Scan

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Found 31st MarEdited by:"jasonmsb"
Best price since ebuyer £399 last year.

Paucity of info on the web but see the following:

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Looks like the screen is walking!!!
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why moderated?
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Hopefully others will price match if you prefer other retailers for their returns policy...
Looks like the screen is walking!!!
That's a big @rse monitor, day-em.
win2622 m ago

That's a big @rse monitor, day-em.

And it can walk
this monitor has had shocking reviews. Maybe do some research before you buy it, good price though!
win264 h, 11 m ago

That's a big @rse monitor, day-em.


I tried a 40” monitor for a couple of weeks but it’s just too big, have a 28” now and it’s a bit small but far better experience than the 40”
Gav_8814 m ago

I tried a 40” monitor for a couple of weeks but it’s just too big, have a 2 …I tried a 40” monitor for a couple of weeks but it’s just too big, have a 28” now and it’s a bit small but far better experience than the 40”


Interesting. I have a 27” at the moment I think is too small so was considering looking for a 40” in the summer but perhaps 32” would be better. Let’s see what gets released in the coming months as nothing out there fits either bill very well at the moment.
Gav_8817 m ago

I tried a 40” monitor for a couple of weeks but it’s just too big, have a 2 …I tried a 40” monitor for a couple of weeks but it’s just too big, have a 28” now and it’s a bit small but far better experience than the 40”



Maybe a 32", good with 2 web browsers.
sdman7862 h, 54 m ago

this monitor has had shocking reviews. Maybe do some research before you …this monitor has had shocking reviews. Maybe do some research before you buy it, good price though!


Can't see any bad reviews, just good ones from users.
I moved from a 24" 1920x1200 to a 31.5" 2560x1440 recently and it seemed large at first although not too large but seems normal now.
I'd be curious to see a 43" 4K but it would dwarf my desk and be too large as I also use it to watch TV from too close for my comfort.
I'd buy a better one than this though.
Years ago 32" was the normal size for a crt tv and it weighed a ton.

I've had a 32" monitor for a few years now, you do get used to it but everytime you change your monitor it has to be bigger.
Moved over the years from 24 ( 1080p ) to 32 ( 1440p ) and now 43 ( 4k ) with 2x32 remaining on the side in portrait mode. You have to have a usecase for such a big screen, also plenty desk space. Probably over 40" start thinking about curved screens too. 43" is big, but fun to use and play on it.
Gav_88131st Mar

I tried a 40” monitor for a couple of weeks but it’s just too big, have a 2 …I tried a 40” monitor for a couple of weeks but it’s just too big, have a 28” now and it’s a bit small but far better experience than the 40”


I had a Dell 27" and a Korean import 32" dual monitor setup, switched it for a 40" 4K Philips monitor which is far, far, better - and perfectly fine at the same seating distance/position. 40-43" is the minimum size monitor where you can genuinely appreciate 4K, smaller screens simply don't do justice to the extra detail.
Edited by: "hukdplan" 2nd Apr
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