Samsung U28H750UQU 27.9-Inch 4K Ultra HD TN Computer Monitor £339.99 @ Amazon
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Samsung U28H750UQU 27.9-Inch 4K Ultra HD TN Computer Monitor £339.99 @ Amazon

£339.99Amazon Deals
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Found 1st Oct 2017
I just bought this monitor but I don't know if this is any good for gaming and work so I am posting this deal here please tell me the pros and cons. Thanks

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U28H750UQU/28" 1920x1080 16:9 5ms bk. Eye Saver mode reduces blue light emissions, which are known to cause damage to the retina, and in turn helps you minimize eye strain when working long hours, thus keeping your productivity afloat. Further, Flicker Free technology offers you a comfortable viewing experience. It swivels, tilts, pivots, and is height-adjustable, ready to meet the needs of any usage scenario.
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Specification
  • Device Type: LED-backlit LCD AMD FreeSync monitor - 28" (27.9 viewable)
  • Panel Type: TN
  • Aspect Ratio: Widescreen - 16:9
  • Native Resolution: 4K 3840 x 2160 at 60 Hz
  • Pixel Pitch: 0.1608 mm
  • Brightness: 300 cd/m²
  • Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
  • Response Time: 1 ms (GTG)
  • Colour Support: 1.07 billion colours
  • Input Connectors: HDMI x2, DisplayPort
  • Display Position Adjustments: Tilt
  • Screen Coating: -
  • Dimensions (WxDxH) - with stand: 65.37 cm x 24.28 cm x 47.63 cm
  • Weight: 5.2 kg
  • Manufacturer Warranty: 2 years warranty
16 Comments
Title says 4k, description says 1920x1080...
Original Poster
Nalwoir1 m ago

Title says 4k, description says 1920x1080...


I think Amazon got that wrong. LOL. I just watch it on youtube and it is 4k.
The pic says FreeSync also...
The only down side is the max 60Hz

I might go for this.
I shouldn't buy this. Very tempted.
Im after a Samsung monitor was looking at the 27inch curved but no idea what to go for.
MrCollective3 h, 30 m ago

The only down side is the max 60HzI might go for this.



well its 4K, i dont think any pc is capable of playing gaming at higher refresh rate yet. and i dont think any 4K 120/144 hertz monitor exist on the market yet. and they probably cost more than a grand.

i wonder if it does higher refresh rate at lower res like 1080/1440p tho
Original Poster
tomjames923 h, 5 m ago

Im after a Samsung monitor was looking at the 27inch curved but no idea …Im after a Samsung monitor was looking at the 27inch curved but no idea what to go for.

I spent 2 weeks looking at all the monitors on Amazon. I think I have found the one I like.
sion2230 m ago

well its 4K, i dont think any pc is capable of playing gaming at higher …well its 4K, i dont think any pc is capable of playing gaming at higher refresh rate yet. and i dont think any 4K 120/144 hertz monitor exist on the market yet. and they probably cost more than a grand.i wonder if it does higher refresh rate at lower res like 1080/1440p tho

It is max 60hz regardless of res unfortunately. Id like to use it 120 @ 1440 and use the 4k for films.
Great price, does it have built in speakers or a pass through?
I wouldn't bother with it for anything. For gaming, you're better off with a lower res 144Hz panel. For anything else, you're better with IPS. I'm not sure what application this panel would actually be optimal for.
dxx45 m ago

I wouldn't bother with it for anything. For gaming, you're better off with …I wouldn't bother with it for anything. For gaming, you're better off with a lower res 144Hz panel. For anything else, you're better with IPS. I'm not sure what application this panel would actually be optimal for.


That's pretty subjective, many games especially turn based and strategy benefit more from the increased resolution than going above 60 FPS.

You also have people plugging it into consoles such as the PS4 Pro or Xbox One X which won't benefit from 144Hz but will from 4k.
Edited by: "Gormond" 2nd Oct 2017
Nice monitor so heat added. I'm currently considering the Acer Predator 27" as although it's 1440p rather than 4K, it has 144Hz refresh, G-sync and it's an IPS panel so it's a better all rounder for my needs of gaming, work and the occasional Netflix viewing. It's £400 over at Amazon so a good alternative to this but as always it's horses for courses with Monitors. I'd have to say subjectively though that the design of this samsung is a lot more pleasant on the eye.
Edited by: "Neil_Coombes" 2nd Oct 2017
What is the view on this Samsung compared to the LG 27UD68P ? Is it worth the extra? (see amazon.co.uk/LG-…tor)
Black Friday in 1 month, that is like heaven for monitor sales...
samsparrow184th Oct

Black Friday in 1 month, that is like heaven for monitor sales...



's £350 today so not quite with this model
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