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UltraHD Asus PB287Q 28" 4K monitor - 60hz at native resolution! 395.14 @ SCAN
UltraHD Asus PB287Q 28" 4K monitor - 60hz at native resolution! 395.14 @ SCAN

UltraHD Asus PB287Q 28" 4K monitor - 60hz at native resolution! 395.14 @ SCAN

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Under 400 pounds at last, a consumer monitor that can do 60hz at the full 2160p UltraHD resolution. Free delivery from SCAN on this item.

Not everyone likes SCAN, so also available from Amazon for 399, link in 1st post. Has been cheaper once, briefly. Could be the start of affordable pricing?

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Original Poster

Amazon link.

EDIT: looks like Amazon are now OOS. Main deal stil active as of 14:40 16th Dec.
Edited by: "wild_quinine" 16th Dec 2014

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will just wait till 27' inch 4k's come down to 250 or less, still way too expensive at this price.

229mel

will just wait till 27' inch 4k's come down to 250 or less, still way too … will just wait till 27' inch 4k's come down to 250 or less, still way too expensive at this price.



Good luck with that. Can't even get 1440p much less than 300 unless you go korean.

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A1RN

Good luck with that. Can't even get 1440p much less than 300 unless you … Good luck with that. Can't even get 1440p much less than 300 unless you go korean.


probably this time next year they will be under 200quid...
Regular 27inch ones are only £140 now.

i think they might drop, if they are tn panels. the only bit of tech that holds the price well in lcd is ips panels and for good reason.

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229mel

probably this time next year they will be under 200quid...Regular 27inch … probably this time next year they will be under 200quid...Regular 27inch ones are only £140 now.



4K will not drop to that price for a while but 1440p might.

xela333

4K will not drop to that price for a while but 1440p might.



Korean are where it's at...

Needs to be IPS before I bite.

Im starting to think ill keep my existing 19" monitor and buy a bigger 4k TV for gaming and films etc. Maybe a bit more but there's so many pixels, a TV would be better for me.

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dearley1231

Im starting to think ill keep my existing 19" monitor and buy a bigger 4k … Im starting to think ill keep my existing 19" monitor and buy a bigger 4k TV for gaming and films etc. Maybe a bit more but there's so many pixels, a TV would be better for me.



TVs routinely lie about refresh rate. There will be good TVs, but probably not at the bottom end, and you will need to know exactly what you're buying.

Having said that, monitors are starting to be slightly less honest these days as well. The number of 60hz 4K monitors, which can do either but not both is frankly alarming.

robblue2x

I bought one of these a couple of weeks back for ~£370 from amazon. Great … I bought one of these a couple of weeks back for ~£370 from amazon. Great screen for gaming, but you will need a beasty graphics card to run games at 4K.



Does this use nearest neighbour interpolation for 1920x1080 or something fuzzier?

This monitor is currently £357.94 until 2nd January, as part of their xmas & new year sale
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