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    • coolwasabi wrote:
      Jul 19th, 2019 1:42 pm
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      This is a pretty good monitor that Best Buy seems to drop to $400 frequently and $350 less frequently every so often.
      I've been waiting for a decent 4K monitor to go on sale so I bit. I considered spending a bit more for USB-C connectivity and more accurate colour... but this is probably more than good enough for my mainly-coding and web browsing needs.

      Any feedback from owners of this monitor is appreciated :)
      Look at this:
      If their claims H E R E for this to be a true True 10-bit monitor, than this "Shell shocker" is awesome deal actually....

      EDIT: ... but, it's "only" 2K, and no USB-C tho...
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    • max011 wrote:
      Jul 19th, 2019 1:53 pm
      Look at this:
      If their claims H E R E for this to be a true True 10-bit monitor, than this "Shell shocker" is awesome deal actually....

      EDIT: ... but, it's "only" 2K, and no USB-C tho...
      I bought this from Amazon and it's on the way.
      https://www.amazon.ca/ViewSonic-VX3211- ... way&sr=8-1

      thinking if I should return it and go for the BenQ.

      USE: Photo / Video Editing. I have a secondary monitor for gaming.
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    • This is the one with the terrible stand right?
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    • left2van wrote:
      Jul 19th, 2019 1:59 pm
      I bought this from Amazon and it's on the way.
      https://www.amazon.ca/ViewSonic-VX3211- ... way&sr=8-1

      thinking if I should return it and go for the BenQ.

      USE: Photo / Video Editing. I have a secondary monitor for gaming.
      One more BIG thing: THIS BenQ monitor is also covered by NewEggs 3 year warranty [while the most of new monitors get only 1y from manufacurers...

      ... but I'm diverting from OPs product, sorry....
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    • G77 wrote:
      Jul 19th, 2019 2:05 pm
      This is the one with the terrible stand right?
      Yup.
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    • G77 wrote:
      Jul 19th, 2019 2:05 pm
      This is the one with the terrible stand right?
      You talking LG 550?? No, that's LG UL5OO-W with poor stand... I have it, excellent monitor for a money, but I also got one of the Desk stands for less than $20 from Prime cables [was like this], so no issues...
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    • Fantastic specs for the price. LG has a similar model in black that often goes on sale for the same price with a much sturdier stand.
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    • looking for a decent size (27 inches) for web browsing and daily office work monitor(not photo /video intensive editing at all just plain word and outlook useage)

      what would you recommend to buy?

      i have only one m-hdmi port on an older mother board.

      Thank you in advance guys
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    • ovovov wrote:
      Jul 19th, 2019 5:30 pm
      looking for a decent size (27 inches) for web browsing and daily office work monitor(not photo /video intensive editing at all just plain word and outlook useage)

      what would you recommend to buy?

      i have only one m-hdmi port on an older mother board.

      Thank you in advance guys
      4k makes reading sharper and easier to read. but u would have to change the font size in windows to 1.25 or 1.5x
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    • ovovov wrote:
      Jul 19th, 2019 5:30 pm
      looking for a decent size (27 inches) for web browsing and daily office work monitor(not photo /video intensive editing at all just plain word and outlook useage)

      what would you recommend to buy?

      i have only one m-hdmi port on an older mother board.

      Thank you in advance guys
      A few months ago BestBuy had a sale on LG 27UD59BP monitors. I got two for office and one for home, only for coding, reading, and occasionally watching videos. So far I have been very happy with them. The only problem I have found so far is that it is a bit slow to turn on, which is not a big deal to me. Also some Apple computers have problems connecting to it when waking up, but it seems it is an Apple issue with external monitors. All in all, for work and reading, as someone with sensitive eyes who stares at the screen for many hours each day, I highly recommend this series of monitors. I think you can easily find LG 27UD58 for 300-350 bucks online, and honestly, I still do’t get its difference with LG 27UD59 models.
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    • left2van wrote:
      Jul 19th, 2019 1:59 pm
      I bought this from Amazon and it's on the way.
      https://www.amazon.ca/ViewSonic-VX3211- ... way&sr=8-1

      thinking if I should return it and go for the BenQ.

      USE: Photo / Video Editing. I have a secondary monitor for gaming.
      max011 wrote:
      Jul 19th, 2019 2:10 pm
      One more BIG thing: THIS BenQ monitor is also covered by NewEggs 3 year warranty [while the most of new monitors get only 1y from manufacurers...

      ... but I'm diverting from OPs product, sorry....
      sanam79er wrote:
      Jul 19th, 2019 6:39 pm
      A few months ago BestBuy had a sale on LG 27UD59BP monitors. I got two for office and one for home, only for coding, reading, and occasionally watching videos. So far I have been very happy with them. The only problem I have found so far is that it is a bit slow to turn on, which is not a big deal to me. Also some Apple computers have problems connecting to it when waking up, but it seems it is an Apple issue with external monitors. All in all, for work and reading, as someone with sensitive eyes who stares at the screen for many hours each day, I highly recommend this series of monitors. I think you can easily find LG 27UD58 for 300-350 bucks online, and honestly, I still do’t get its difference with LG 27UD59 models.
      I Just bought this TV during Prime day to use as a secondary monitor

      https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07DXT8XDQ/ref ... 00_TE_dp_1
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    • john.canad wrote:
      Jul 19th, 2019 8:08 pm
      I Just bought this TV during Prime day to use as a secondary monitor

      https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07DXT8XDQ/ref ... 00_TE_dp_1

      43"... If it's not for gaming [and shouldn't be!] it would make it very very awkward and hard to do any work on it... I mean, I can attach my bedroom TV to my comp for free, but have no idea what would I use it for... 😂
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    • sanam79er wrote:
      Jul 19th, 2019 6:39 pm
      <snip>I highly recommend this series of monitors. I think you can easily find LG 27UD58 for 300-350 bucks online, and honestly, I still do’t get its difference with LG 27UD59 models.
      ovovov wrote:
      Jul 19th, 2019 5:30 pm
      looking for a decent size (27 inches) for web browsing and daily office work monitor(not photo /video intensive editing at all just plain word and outlook useage)

      what would you recommend to buy?

      i have only one m-hdmi port on an older mother board.

      Thank you in advance guys
      THIS THREAD expired, but might give you some ideas what are the differences between these LG models, and what prices one could expect...
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    • sanam79er wrote:
      Jul 19th, 2019 6:39 pm
      A few months ago BestBuy had a sale on LG 27UD59BP monitors. I got two for office and one for home, only for coding, reading, and occasionally watching videos. So far I have been very happy with them. The only problem I have found so far is that it is a bit slow to turn on, which is not a big deal to me. Also some Apple computers have problems connecting to it when waking up, but it seems it is an Apple issue with external monitors. All in all, for work and reading, as someone with sensitive eyes who stares at the screen for many hours each day, I highly recommend this series of monitors. I think you can easily find LG 27UD58 for 300-350 bucks online, and honestly, I still do’t get its difference with LG 27UD59 models.
      58 doesn't get a nice rotating stand and speakers. I have one 58 and two 59s, but going to sell them soon. Both me and my wife found Apple Cinema Display 27 (2011) much more pleasing for eyes (I've got one as a replacement for 59, then she asked to replace hers too). No eye strain, nice speakers, so-so webcam, but the image is just right. The resolution is a bit worse, but I find 1400p to be in the perfect spot.
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    • I just plugged in my new 27UL550-W and am really happy with it. The picture quality is very good: bright, sharp, nice colours. The design and build quality is good: slim-ish bezels, clean design. The stand is solid, but the base takes up a bit of room. Few connectivity options (no USB-C, no USB hub), but that's okay. I already have a USB-C dongle for my Macbook that combines power+HDMI.

      Would recommend for anyone looking for a good 4K monitor.
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    • wirelessg wrote:
      Jul 19th, 2019 11:26 pm
      Does anyone know if there is any benefits for coding/design work if I use an LG 34" curved monitor? I'm currently eyeing on LG 34WL85C-B 34"
      https://www.newegg.ca/p/0JC-000D-006N6? ... -_-Product
      I have a curved ultrawide Alienware 34' 120HZ 1440p for gaming, but I also tried coding on it. The form-factor itself is really nice and it's really convenient to open two windows side by side. It's definitely better than two 16:9 monitors (I used 4K 27''), because these feel a bit too narrow. I'm not sure that it's better than two 16:10 24'' monitors (I have this setup at work, but they don't make these in 1440p/4K). My grief with Alienware is that it's good only for gaming, image quality is not as good as I imagined a modern $1K+ IPS monitor would give me. It has poor blacks, average contrast, backlight issues. It's not bad, really, but I would not enjoy watching a movie on it, or using it for any design application.
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    • wirelessg wrote:
      Jul 19th, 2019 11:26 pm
      Does anyone know if there is any benefits for coding/design work if I use an LG 34" curved monitor? I'm currently eyeing on LG 34WL85C-B 34"
      https://www.newegg.ca/p/0JC-000D-006N6? ... -_-Product
      Note that this monitor is also covered with NewEgg's 3 year warranty promo... That's great!

      Curved shape will help you to see the whole screen at once without need to sit 15 feet away...

      But also it's a "Ultra-wide" monitor [21:9] [I personally don't like it]

      It says it's "Colour Calibrated" - don't know if that means you cannot use Spider or such on this model to do your own calibration...

      etc...

      Otherwise, looks good on paper, and probably is - like other LG monitors I've seen - very good overall...
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    • Aren't most monitors 3 year warranty?

      Is 4k too high for 27"?
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