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Philips BDM4350UC 43" UHD (3840x2160) IPS Monitor $839.20 Delivered @ Futu Online eBay

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A good price for a 43" UHD IPS Monitor. Full details at Philips website.

Features

  • UltraClear 4K UHD (3840x2160) resolution for precision
  • IPS LED wide view technology for image and color accuracy
  • MultiView 4K for 4 systems on one screen
  • SmartUniformity for consistent images
  • SmartImage presets for easy optimized image settings
  • MHL technology for enjoying mobile content on big screen
  • Slim bezel design for a stylish look
  • Powerful 7-Watt speakers to unleash your content
  • USB 3.0 Hub for convenient access and fast charging
  • SmartConnect with DisplayPort, HDMI and VGA connections
  • VESA mount allows for the perfect setup
  • Zero power consumption with 0 watt hard switch

Thanks to TA for the Original 20% off at Dell/Futu eBay Deal Post, and remember to use cashback.

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  • I always considered monitors to be 30" or less and TV 32" or more.

    43" seems like a TV.

    • It has DisplayPort input, so I'll call it a monitor.

      • +1
        • 5ms or whatever refresh rather than 20 to whatever.
    • +2

      A TV has a tuner. A monitor does not.

  • Good price. I paid exactly this a couple of weeks ago… it's FANTASTIC, but it's so FRIKKIN HUGE lol. You better have a long desk or it ruins the experience altogether. I had to buy a keyboard extender tray so I could sit further back, but otherwise I have no regret whatsoever. And oh I don't think it's great for FPS gaming because it's so huge and your eyes simply can't keep up….

  • +2

    Apparently burn in can be an issue with this mornitor so make sure to read reviews:

    https://www.amazon.com/Philips-BDM4350UC-43-Inch-IPS-LED-Mon...

    • I've had mine for like 6 months and no signs of screen burn in on mine.

      Mine does give a warning about burn in when turning it on - I'm thinking that the first release of this monitor did have burn in issues which they've subsequently fixed and added in a warning to be sure…

      • myself and a colleague bought one each. his is fine. mine suffered severe burn-in from the get-go. apparently it's just poor quality control from factory as a few forum searches has shown similar people having issues.

        the burn in from my was so severe that it just happened as soon as it turned on - not after extended use. i used a few burn-in websites that switched from b&w squares to pure white, and after having the b&w squares on for less than a minute, i switched to white and could still clearly see them.

        i took it back to MSY (where i purchased it from) and showed them the same tests and they refunded me immediately.

        YMMV - just check for burn-in immediately after purchasing.

    • +1

      I just got this morning. I can confirm about image retention, but i've usrd it for like 30mins and its not too bad atm. Will connect it to my macbook and report back.

  • why is this one so good for BDSM?

  • I was about to press the buy button at MSY and thought of checking OzBargain :)

    Bought one for PS4 gaming and Productivity. Not the best monitor, but great overall and at an excellent price.

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