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ritzlal

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#275778 9-Sep-2020 10:20
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Model: U28E590D
Model Code: LU28E590DS/XY

 

4K Samsung Monitor

 

There is a black mark that has been there for the last couple of years. Didn't bother me. Actually looks like a bug inside (Upon closer inspection). Not dead pixels. Don't ask me how that got in there...absolutely no idea! Can't see any gaps in the frame. - update. It could have gotten in through the back? Just realised I don't have screws where the vesa mount is. New photo added.

 

Have upgraded to 34" screen.

 

2x HDMI and 1x DisplayPort

 

Comes with power cord/adapter. Pickup Auckland CBD or New Windsor.

 

Price: $320

 

 

 

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mentalinc
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  #2560734 9-Sep-2020 10:22
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Ahh didn't notice was a TN panel.




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  #2560787 9-Sep-2020 10:57
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I've got one of those, it's a great monitor, but I have had an Ant walking across the screen between the LCD and the front glass, luckily for me he managed to get out.


 
 
 
 


ritzlal

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  #2560789 9-Sep-2020 11:03
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shanes:

 

I've got one of those, it's a great monitor, but I have had an Ant walking across the screen between the LCD and the front glass, luckily for me he managed to get out.

 

 

 

 

Lol any idea how? :) This thing hasn't moved so I assume it's dead inside.


ritzlal

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  #2562425 11-Sep-2020 15:57
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Will take $300.


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  #2566743 17-Sep-2020 11:23
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Anyone? :) Have already upgraded so it's just gathering dust.


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  #2577826 2-Oct-2020 09:54
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$275


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