Electriq 24” 4k UHD FreeSync HDR monitor @ 60Hz £134.97 Laptops Direct
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Electriq 24” 4k UHD FreeSync HDR monitor @ 60Hz £134.97 Laptops Direct

£134.97£16016%Laptops Direct Deals
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Posted 25th Dec 2019Edited by:"FreddyFazsex"
Cheapest 4k monitor I could find. £160 on Amazon.
they also have a 28” variant that sacrifices the VA panel to a TN panel but has a 1ms response time: laptopsdirect.co.uk/ele…wcB £160
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Got the 28inh back when it was £150, not bad for the money,
I would not buy this brand ever again. Two years ago I ordered two of the 32" Electriq 4K UHD monitors, and one had a dead pixel which was promptly replaced. Then a year later (i.e. early 2019) I noticed that dust had settled inside the screen on both monitors from probably poor manufacturing. Both monitors were replaced earlier this year after much struggling on my side having to prove this was a fault that wasn't of my making. Sadly, now one monitor has a backlight fault and the other has a dead pixel and the same dust issues. I have to say that Laptops Direct customer services are an absolute nightmare to deal with. They seem to always make me jump through 101 hurdles before they accept it as a product fault that they need to handle.

My advice is to just buy from a company that won't give you so much hassle when something goes wrong. I'm going to order a different brand of monitors via a different online company such as Amazon.

Having had all 5 monitors in my possession I can say that Electriq monitors are cheap for a reason. Their build quality is questionable, their reliability is pathetic and Laptops Direct being the company that sells this as their own brand is amongst the most difficult companies I've had the misfortune of having to do business with. But I know that many people, like myself, would be tempted by the great value their monitors appear to be compared to other more reputable brands on the market. All I can say is that, personally for me, I've learnt my lesson and would rather pay a bit more for peace of mind and less hassle. Life is too short to waste on things like this.
Edited by: "mister168" 30th Dec 2019
I purchased a £200 4K 39" screen with Android around 6 months ago , its been constantly used since . I have read rumours that they use LG panels . I must say that the picture is very crisp , build quality is ok , not super light or too heavy .
Overall have been fairly impressed , image quality is good , the colours are slightly off but not too bad.

On my screen The android software comes pretty crippled but , its easy to get around it by installing APKs and using a keyboard and mouse .
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