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LG 27" Monitor - 27UL650 Class 4K UHD IPS LED Monitor with VESA Display HDR 400 - £268.54 delivered @ Ebuyer Express eBay
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LG 27" Monitor - 27UL650 Class 4K UHD IPS LED Monitor with VESA Display HDR 400 - £268.54 delivered @ Ebuyer Express eBay

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Posted 6th Jan

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Loweer price for this decent 27" 4K monitor with adjustable stand.

Lots of good reviews available on Amazon

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LG 27UL650 27" Class 4K UHD IPS LED Monitor with VESA DisplayHDR 4003840 x 2160 4K UHD
DisplayPort & HDMI
60Hz / 5ms Response Time
Panel Type: IPS
Radeon FreeSync Technology

The Era of UHD 4K HDR Is Now
Enjoy flawless visuals and all the true vibrancy of colour with LG UHD 4K HDR Monitor. Content creators working on HDR content will appreciate its capability to reproduce brightness and contrast for previews and editing.

Clearer and Brighter HDR
The monitor supports VESA DisplayHDR™ 400 with wide-range brightness and contrast, enabling dramatic visual immersion in the latest HDR games, movies and images.

HDR Effect to SDR Content
LG UHD 4K HDR Monitor can transform standard content into HDR-quality video right on the screen. Using a picture quality algorithm, it improves tone mapping and luminance of SDR content for an HDR-like experience.

True Colours and Wider View
LG IPS display has extraordinary colour accuracy, covering 99% of the sRGB colour spectrum. It also has a wider viewing angle, so it's even easier to enjoy true colour visuals.

Clearer, Smoother Image
With Radeon FreeSync™ Technology, you can experience seamless, fluid movement during hi-res, fast-paced games. It virtually eliminates screen tearing and stuttering.

Enemies Have Nowhere to Hide
Black Stabilizer gives you full visual clarity, even in games where you spend a lot of time in the dark. It synchronizes and brightens the darkest areas, so that you can find enemies hiding in the shadows and shoot first.

Optimal Immersion and Performance
The pivoting monitor is useful for any programs that can display vertically-oriented information or for photographic editing. The height adjustment feature also adds ergonomic convenience.

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Spotted this one too for £211 which is a fantastic price. ebay.co.uk/itm…omb Having trouble deciding between the two, which do you think would be best suited for a PS4 Pro?
markl239406/01/2020 11:30

Spotted this one too for £211 which is a fantastic price. …Spotted this one too for £211 which is a fantastic price. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/LG-27UL500-27-4K-UHD-IPS-LED-Monitor-with-HDR-10/362722684895?hash=item5473f4efdf:g:WyAAAOSwcHVdTomb Having trouble deciding between the two, which do you think would be best suited for a PS4 Pro?


displayspecifications.com/en/…443

Not much in it is there looking at it... Just the sRGB 98% on the UL500 compared to 99% on this UL650
skip11206/01/2020 11:36

https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/5f73b3443Not much in …https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/5f73b3443Not much in it is there looking at it... Just the sRGB 98% on the UL500 compared to 99% on this UL650


The model listed in the original post seems to have up-scaling which would be a great feature as I would also be using this for use with my Nintendo Switch and 1080p Graphics card until I can upgrade. Seems to have a slimmer bezel and better HDR too, so I think I may have to splash out the extra £57
ebay.co.uk/itm…EXv This also looks great but is QLED and the extra screen size worth the lack of HDR?
markl239406/01/2020 12:00

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Samsung-32-Monitor-UJ590-UHD-4k-QLED-Monitor/401813448914?hash=item5d8df2a8d2:g:6J0AAOSwTC1dKEXv This also looks great but is QLED and the extra screen size worth the lack of HDR?


No monitor at this price point will offer true HDR. It has some hefty requirements that not a lot of monitors can provide so using standard picture mode would usually look better (varies from person to person though).

Besides the HDR the biggest difference would be VA vs IPS. VA monitors have a much better contrast ratio (so blacks appear more inky-black) but usually have poor motion handling which can result in a 'smearing' effect. IPS monitors offer more vibrant colours with more grey-looking blacks. VA's also have another issue with text legibility on PC's where it can appear 'fuzzy'(due to VA subpixel layout), but since it seems like you're only going for console gaming this may not be an issue for you. VA's serve as a good middleground between IPS and TN monitors, owning one myself I'd say its good for console gaming but I wouldn't use one for a PC if I could help it.
Edited by: "RedFluffy" 6th Jan
RedFluffy06/01/2020 12:12

No monitor at this price point will offer true HDR. It has some hefty …No monitor at this price point will offer true HDR. It has some hefty requirements that not a lot of monitors can provide so using standard picture mode would usually look better (varies from person to person though).Besides the HDR the biggest difference would be VA vs IPS. VA monitors have a much better contrast ratio (so blacks appear more inky-black) but usually have poor motion handling which can result in a 'smearing' effect. IPS monitors offer more vibrant colours with more grey-looking blacks. VA's also have another issue with text legibility on PC's where it can appear 'fuzzy'(due to VA subpixel layout), but since it seems like you're only going for console gaming this may not be an issue for you. VA's serve as a good middleground between IPS and TN monitors, owning one myself I'd say its good for console gaming but I wouldn't use one for a PC if I could help it.


With the lack of True HDR, would you say the Samsung would be the best purchase purely because it has the highest contrast ratio, and a Qled screen should be able to create a much richer picture?
markl239406/01/2020 12:26

With the lack of True HDR, would you say the Samsung would be the best …With the lack of True HDR, would you say the Samsung would be the best purchase purely because it has the highest contrast ratio, and a Qled screen should be able to create a much richer picture?


I can't say really, everyone has their own preference. Personally I would've went for the LG since I prefer IPS displays and greyish blacks don't bother me. Rtings made some incredibly detailed reviews for both monitors:

Samsung: rtings.com/mon…j59

LG: rtings.com/mon…0-w

The UL650 is the 2019 refresh of 2018's UK650 model, there's not much difference so the review should be a good reference.
Great price and i have one of these which i use for my XBox One X and it's incredible
markl239406/01/2020 11:30

Spotted this one too for £211 which is a fantastic price. …Spotted this one too for £211 which is a fantastic price. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/LG-27UL500-27-4K-UHD-IPS-LED-Monitor-with-HDR-10/362722684895?hash=item5473f4efdf:g:WyAAAOSwcHVdTomb Having trouble deciding between the two, which do you think would be best suited for a PS4 Pro?


I know that the 27UL500 isn't height adjustable - also I don't think you can spin that monitor into portrait.
I looked at that one plus the 550 and ended up ordering the 27UL650 - (it's a newer model) £50 more - Don't forget to use quidco.
From the reviews the 27UL650 is the best at this price point.
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