The LG27UD68-W 27-inch 4K FreeSync IPS monitor usually sells for around $300 and was selling above $400 in November. Today's drop to $225.16 on Amazon is the first time it has ever dropped below $300 and easily its lowest price ever. The same monitor is listed at $500 at some retailers and sells more than $300 at places like Newegg.
Has 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution. Includes AMD's FreeSync to help reduce screen tearing and motion blur while watching movies or playing high intensity games. Includes a black stabilizer gaming feature and on-screen controls with screen split.
$300.00 $75 off
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Chances are good you've never used a 4K computer monitor before. It's sort of a luxury to have that sort of resolution in a screen that isn't a 65-inch TV. This LG deal, though, puts that luxury into an affordable price range for sure. You'll probably be amazed at the clarity and the detail in a 27-inch screen with a pixel resolution of 3840 x 2160. Plus it's an IPS panel with great color accuracy and over 99% coverage of the sRGB spectrum. It's great for photographers, graphic designers, and anyone who just appreciates some dang good color.
You'll also get AMD FreeSync, which is technology that works with your AMD graphics card to help reduce screen tearing. Whether you're playing video games, watching an action movie, or just need to move from one point to another over and over quickly, the FreeSync will make all that action seem smooth as butter.
Other features include on-screen controls with screen split, so you can make use of all that real estate. The display has a brightness of 350 nits and a black stabilizing feature for when you're gaming. Users give it 4.1 stars out of 5 based on 199 reviews.
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