electriQ 28" 4K Ultra HD 1ms FreeSync Monitor - £179.97 @ Laptops Direct
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electriQ 28" 4K Ultra HD 1ms FreeSync Monitor - £179.97 @ Laptops Direct

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Found 17th Jul
This has been posted a few times in the past but this is the lowest price I've seen, and very good for a 28" 4K monitor.
The panel itself is common with many other monitors including the Acer 4K2K I'm using at the moment.
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synasla14 m ago

Panel is Samsung as far as i Know. at least the wide version is. it came …Panel is Samsung as far as i Know. at least the wide version is. it came with a dead pixel, but got £50 back becuase of it. so inspect when you receive.


at £50 per pixel I'm interested ...that's over £400million if they're all dead !
Edited by: "i_have_crabs" 17th Jul
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Panel is Samsung as far as i Know. at least the wide version is. it came with a dead pixel, but got £50 back becuase of it. so inspect when you receive.
Edited by: "synasla" 17th Jul
synasla14 m ago

Panel is Samsung as far as i Know. at least the wide version is. it came …Panel is Samsung as far as i Know. at least the wide version is. it came with a dead pixel, but got £50 back becuase of it. so inspect when you receive.


at £50 per pixel I'm interested ...that's over £400million if they're all dead !
Edited by: "i_have_crabs" 17th Jul
Seems to be no reviews from customers on that site?

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Seems it was a fiver cheaper a few months back.
Edited by: "tawse57" 17th Jul
Anyone knows why is this so cheap? Is it just because its TN? Similar specs were like 350+ GBP on Prime yesterday, so this price is a good deal, too good; probably cause I'm missing something.
£50 extra for the HDR model. Only 1 year warranty, but seems good balance of price versus performance.

If 28” big enough for 4K? Only asking as seen quite a few people saying should look for at least 32” screens.
I have a 28" 4k and it's lovely to look at
No height adjustment, tilt or pivot with this. That could be a problem.
tawse5746 m ago

No height adjustment, tilt or pivot with this. That could be a problem.



It has VESA though so not the end of the world.
tawse5747 m ago

No height adjustment, tilt or pivot with this. That could be a problem.


Fortunately it can be mounted.
gabesdad1 h, 11 m ago

£50 extra for the HDR model. Only 1 year warranty, but seems good balance …£50 extra for the HDR model. Only 1 year warranty, but seems good balance of price versus performance.If 28” big enough for 4K? Only asking as seen quite a few people saying should look for at least 32” screens.


My 4k monitor is 28" and I have no issues, use it for gaming and productivity
Is it worth paying the premium for an IPS panel over this?
ElectriQ also offer a 4k oled for £900. They seem to be decent enough but can't find enough reviews
I have this. It's terrible Flickers and randomly turns itself off every few minutes - no dead pixels that I can see though.
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