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LG 27UL600-W 27" Class 4K UHD IPS LED Monitor with VESA DisplayHDR 400, £252.35 delivered at Novatech
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LG 27UL600-W 27" Class 4K UHD IPS LED Monitor with VESA DisplayHDR 400, £252.35 delivered at Novatech

£252.35£29916%Novatech Deals
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Posted 9th FebEdited by:"Tacavas"

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Great looking, 4K IPS screen with HDR monitor at a reasonable price.

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It's almost impressive how you dive in blindly with the notion that the only thing which matters is gaming.
27", 4K & IPS is the standard setup for a typical content creation monitor, especially when working within the constraints of a budget. 32" also often takes up far too much desk space for many people in this category, especially as they're often running multiple monitors as 4K ultrawides a non-starter on many levels.
Edited by: "Premium" 10th Feb
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27"?60Hz? ...no thank you cold
SlawomirSz09/02/2020 23:04

27"?60Hz? ...no thank you cold


Not saying the monitor is good or bad, because this isn't something I'm after, but you're unlikely to find a 4K monitor that's actually >60hz for less than £1000.
Premium09/02/2020 23:24

Not saying the monitor is good or bad, because this isn't something I'm …Not saying the monitor is good or bad, because this isn't something I'm after, but you're unlikely to find a 4K monitor that's actually >60hz for less than £1000.


My point is 4k 27" not best idea for this money. Either spend bit more for something bigger or get something between like 1440p 144hz. And please no argument this is IPS , cause IPS it's not for gaming anyways
Edited by: "SlawomirSz" 9th Feb
It's almost impressive how you dive in blindly with the notion that the only thing which matters is gaming.
27", 4K & IPS is the standard setup for a typical content creation monitor, especially when working within the constraints of a budget. 32" also often takes up far too much desk space for many people in this category, especially as they're often running multiple monitors as 4K ultrawides a non-starter on many levels.
Edited by: "Premium" 10th Feb
SlawomirSz09/02/2020 23:38

My point is 4k 27" not best idea for this money. Either spend bit more for …My point is 4k 27" not best idea for this money. Either spend bit more for something bigger or get something between like 1440p 144hz. And please no argument this is IPS , cause IPS it's not for gaming anyways


Rubbish.

IPS is fine. Check each monitor for actual tests and don’t blindly buy a TN thinking it’s low lag. The description and specs are almostalways misleading.

This LG monitor may also be capable of 144hz at 1440p using manual settings.
Got the UL650 which is the exact same as this one with the only difference being the height adjustability on the 650. I use it purely for gaming and its hooked onto my One X. It's a brilliant monitor but the "HDR" is absolutely garbage and is switched off.
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