• expired

Philips 43" 4K IPS Monitor BDM4350UC $760.75 Delivered (Plus $100 EFTPOS Card via Redemption) @ Gaming-City eBay

250
CRACKER

This monitor was favored last time around so thought of putting it up, the price hasn't changed but since this includes free shipping, it's $15 cheaper than the last deal. I've almost pulled the trigger but measured up my desk and figured this is not gonna fit. But it's a really good alternative to an ultrawide especially if it's a 34" 1080p ultrawide that you are looking at.

Philips $100 EFTPOS card with purchase of selective Philips 4K monitors

I'm linking the last deal since there were a couple of very helpful comments/insights and links to reviews in it. Don't forget CR.

Original 15% off Sitewide with $75+ Spend at eBay Deal Post

Related Stores

eBay Australia
eBay Australia
Marketplace
PC Byte
PC Byte

closed Comments

  • +1 vote

    There's a Phillips 40" 4K that's rather nicer in that it's curved …

    • +3 votes

      Reviews of this this 40" curved (I forget the model but I think it's got a white backing) I think mentions of large amounts of blurring or smudge like effect. I saw a video of this of someone pointing it out playing I think battlefield 1.

      I was interested in that curved 40" as well.

      • +1 vote

        yeah that turned me off the 40" as well, pretty unfortunate although I think 40 might be too big for me as well

  • +2 votes

    Nice price.

    Though this monitor is glossy, looks terrible for creative work. It's the opposite of what you want if you're a designer, like looking into a mirror.

  • +3 votes

    Once they include HDR at this size and price I might bite. I want a monitor to use with my laptop as well as Xbox One S.

    • +2 votes

      Interesting point, given the decreasing interest in broadcast TV & rise in ad hoc / streaming viewing, "TV" is an increasingly irrelevant phenomenon. It'd be nice to have a display screen capable of handling gaming requirements of PC & consoles, but also good for media playback and doing work.

      • +2 votes

        Yes, it would be great to have an all rounder monitor. It didn't use to be so difficult years ago, I bought a 24" FHD monitor for Xbox 360 and PC gaming + productivity and it worked great, and cost around $300. But now the technology isn't really keeping up and you have to make compromises or buy multiple monitors/tv's. Now that I have seen HDR on the 4K TV it is definitely something I want in my next monitor, the resolution also makes text much sharper and images really pop. Desperate to upgrade from my FHD monitor.. but there aren't really any options that I can justify right now.

  • Top