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akshayogra

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#258640 14-Oct-2019 14:25
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LG 43UD79-B

 

- perfect condition, has been on my desk the entire time. have the box etc.

 

- moving house so have bought one that fits with the space available, need to get rid of this one.

 

~$970 new but looking for around $600


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cshaun
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  #2336822 14-Oct-2019 15:01
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Auckland?

 

How did you find that size? Assume you're not using any scaling. I have a 30" 2560x1600 monitor at the moment. I'm not sure if 43" is too big though. Probably need to use it for a few days to figure out if it's ideal.


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  #2336832 14-Oct-2019 15:30
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I loved it! Only reason I am changing is because now I will sit too close to the monitor, otherwise it's super clear and I can pretty much have 4 full windows open at a time or 2 if I am needing to compare/scroll.

 

 

 

3840x2160 looks really nice, it's hard to go back to 1080 haha

 

 

 

EDIT: Yep, in Auckland


 
 
 
 


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  #2336889 14-Oct-2019 17:08
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What distance do you sit to it? I typically sit 50-80cm (to eye) from my 30" depending on how I'm sitting (reclining in chair). My monitor sits just behind my keyboard.

 

An upgrade would be nice, just usually feels like a 'side grade'.

 

4K, HDR, 90htz+, size, IPS, colour gamut, increased PPI etc would all be nice - but doesn't seem to be anything yet, always have to compromise.


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  #2336967 14-Oct-2019 18:55
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cshaun:

 

What distance do you sit to it? I typically sit 50-80cm (to eye) from my 30" depending on how I'm sitting (reclining in chair). My monitor sits just behind my keyboard.

 

An upgrade would be nice, just usually feels like a 'side grade'.

 

4K, HDR, 90htz+, size, IPS, colour gamut, increased PPI etc would all be nice - but doesn't seem to be anything yet, always have to compromise.

 

 

I have a 4k HDR 43" TV and sit JUST within arm's reach (if I stretch, my fingertips just touch the screen) and I find it absolutely perfect!


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  #2337016 14-Oct-2019 20:12
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  #2337235 15-Oct-2019 10:39
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