A nice Monitor at this price. This 25-inch HP OMEN gaming monitor offers a really immersive experience. Its Full HD resolution and rapid 1 millisecond response time give you stunning views …
had mine hooked up to amd laptop before getting a desktop no issues
I have 2 of these on vesa mounts no adapter needed
This should work no problem with an amd laptop right?
The ppi will be a downgrade. You might want two qhd monitors but it depends on use case. "The USB-C ports can output a 4k @ 120Hz signal using a USB-C to DisplayPort dongle after updating macOS 12.2.1." via rtings re the Mac air. But is the air suited for gaming? And can it do full hd at 165hz, do you care? I would be tempted to get this as a second monitor. But can't find much info regarding text clarity. I want it for work rather than gaming.
Nope, those are official specs (shock) https://www.lg.com/uk/monitors/lg-34gn73a-b
Gotta be a bug. No one will ever buy this... Will make you blind looking at this.
1080p at 34"??? How is this getting any heat? Let alone at the price of a 1440p monitor.
This is 34" 1440P money to my mind: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-x34-34-inch-165hz-ips-wqhd-3440-x-1440-1ms-gaming-monitor-ps31999-with-code-free-click-collect-at-argos-3929895 34" 1080P is getting pretty low res with about 80DPI.
Hi, was peoples serial codes scratched off or not please?
mine arrived. Pretty decent. Looks as new, condition. Image is very CRT like for 120hz FPS gaming at 4K. Possibly a bit small to use at 100% scaling at 4K but setting it to 200% gives a lovely 1080p sized looking image but smooth hi res text and thumbnails etc(e.g youtube) The menu control stick is a bit terrible but few monitors aren't. Also have MBP pro connected and getting similar great results so a thumbs up. A 120hz 32" 4K screen would be the ideal next upgrade. I switched out a 27" 1080p screen and this is basically the same but smoother (4x resolution) text and more detailed pictures. excellent.
6 months probably because PayPal protect you for 180 days after purchase
SHOP15 also gets the price down to £435.
I messaged the seller and they said if it develops a fault within 6 months then they'll fix it for free
If it's only for home working there's really not much point, in all honesty. A 60hz screen overclocked (literally as easy as selecting from a dropdown list in windows) to 74/75hz is more than enough for generic office work. Save yourself the extra money and get something for £50-70, 1080p, IPS, 24-inch screen.
I have a 4K 32 inch monitor of this brand that I bought about 4 years ago, still rock solid, really nicely built. Ended up removing the metallic badge along the bottom of the screen because it felt weird having the word Predator written on it. Great monitor though.
Yes it should be good. Once you get used to a high refresh rate, it’s hard to go back to 60hz, even for office work. Everything is so much smoother and more responsive.
The Acer is also an IPS panel. Trying to decide if this would be any good for home working...
Mmmm!! Preferred the HP Omen 25i this morning, only £2 more and it's IPS panel.
For people that does not have much knowledge on the jargon used on this thread. Please explain "IPS, VA, TN".
It's simply that TN is the worst panel type of the three. I have VA myself and yeah, it has a smidge of ghosting (I'm not a pro so not fussed), and have had plenty of IPS too. And TN. Original LCD screens when they first appeared, it was kind of the norm, but it's not enjoyable outside of staring directly head on and is usually for eSport enthusiasts for ultra low pixel response times.
Is IPS really that much better? I have never had IPS before and always been happy with VA. I am in the market for a 2k monitor. I was looking at this one: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B09KRZGHK3/?coliid=IJADQ1QH3V62D&colid=20R6JD9Q4QPE4&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it&th=1 Then I see this one the OP posted lol, not sure which would be better for me. Funnily enough I am struggling to find a 2k monitor that isn't a high refresh rate so I may as well get a high refresh rate (it wasn't necessarily something I was going for) but the price difference is so minor that I will get a high refresh lol. I am now stuck deciding between brands, models, to curve or not to curve? (never had curved before). Also, man what the heck, why are some of these monitors having the power led on show right on the front of the display?! My current monitor does not do that, isn't that distracting? I hope most models don't do this, not sure if this one does but some of them seem to put them pointing right at you. I hate the odd light distracting me lol (yup I am that picky!)
When IPS and VA are at similar prices, it's hard to recommend TN at 300 quid sadly. Unless of course, you desperately need the response time
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ignoring size, would I be better off with this or this 32 inch LG that is available for around £240? I got one of the Legion 3060 desktops but my screens are 75Hz max so wanted to trade up to something with a bit more performance for the odd game.
Couldn’t get the same monitor as it was sold out
Replacements are so easy with amazon (y)
Came with a dead pixel right in the centre. Very annoying
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Nice find, thanks for taking the time to post your first deal @tubbyj :)
Well, if you already had an LG OLED and knew that the monitor was limited to 600nits and had insufficient dimming zones... 🤷♂️ Still, I do think something is up if it looked more washed out than your IPS. That's not normal, particularly for a high end VA panel.
You seem to be the only one feeling anything here. My IPS isn't old, it was released at the same time as the Odyssey at a similar price point. The Odyssey was left at its default settings and the colours were dull and lifeless. The HDR implementation on the Samsung isn't good, it is crap. A 600 nits brightness is almost meaningless if you have an edgelit panel with 8 dimming zones. And I have an LG OLED, thanks. I bought the Samsung because I had read all the same things you are repeating, but I'll stick with my ASUS until I get a QD-OLED.
Okay, "subjectively rated as the best performing 1440p monitor in its class and price bracket by most reputable hardware review sites, and by every metric, the best-performing VA monitor on the market for response times and black level smearing, beating most IPS panels" Does that feel better? And how you've managed to make a VA panel look more washed out than your old IPS is beyond me. I can only assume you set your black levels incorrectly, or if you were using a console, didn't think to set the colour space to PC RGB. It's all but impossible for a VA panel to look more washed out that an IPS panel. HDR is good, but not great at 600nits. You aren't getting a monitor with better HDR implementation at this budget range. TV might be a better option for you, if that's what you're after
True but it depends on the honesty of the seller I guess. I've got some galaxy buds a couple of years back which I had to open for the serial number for the cashback. I got them as a spare pair for work but then lockdown happened. Will probably sell em on eBay and look genuinely opened never used.
I get the message "This product is no longer available from the seller you have selected." when trying to buy.
No HDMI 2.1 for 1440/120hz console gaming?
it's amazing I have a link for a uk shipped one the 27inch I recently ordered and its so good I'm so happy I didn't go for the curved g5 https://www.greenboxshop.co.uk/products/samsung-27-ls27ag500nuxxu-g50a-qhd-odyssey-165hz-gaming-monitor-new?_pos=1&_sid=d9f6c2c98&_ss=r
looks really good, although isn't 27" the sweet spot for 1440p?
curved is the worst reviewed for gaming this ips g5 is rated on par with a curved g7 on rtings gaming reviews