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    Default 27" Monitors supporting Greater than 1920x1080 max resolution

    I was wondering if anyone has any experience with reasonably priced 27" or 30" Monitors supporting Greater than 1920x1080 max resolution. Your recommendations are greatly appreciated.

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    Default Re: 27" Monitors supporting Greater than 1920x1080 max resolution

    If I have the cash I would go with Apple Thunderbolt LED display, 27" 2560x1440 res., and it's only cost $1000

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    Default Re: 27" Monitors supporting Greater than 1920x1080 max resolution

    Personally I would NEVER buy any Apple strictly on principle. I HATE companies in the computer industry that use proprietary architectures for their products. It SEVERELY limits the number of Brilliantly creative minds that can build new and innovative products that build on and add to the existing technology. Companies that use NON-proprietary technologies are the very thing that has fueled the exponential growth and rate of change in the PC industry. Which Apple itself has benefited from.

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    Dell UltraSharp U2713H or HM? Samsung S27A850D? S27B970D? Asus PB278Q? HP ZR2740w?

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    Default Re: 27" Monitors supporting Greater than 1920x1080 max resolution

    Might not be in the intended price range - but I use and highly recommend the NEC PA271 for color critical applications. IPS, 2560x1440, Wide-Gamut ( 98% AdobeRGB ) Supports 10-bit channel ( 30-bit RGB ) color, supports color calibration via Spectraview software and 14-bit internal lut. Can use Colormunki and other spectrometers. Recently purchased in the $850 range, but normally $1000+. Worth it for media production. Beyond that, I got a 24" LG IPS LED that performs well for $200 price range. If they have a 27", I would consider it. Color is very nice.

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    Default Re: 27" Monitors supporting Greater than 1920x1080 max resolution

    I use a Dell 30" with 2560 x 1600 Res and also a 27" Dell with 2560 x 1440, and have never had a problem with either of them, great colors. fast response time

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    Default Re: 27" Monitors supporting Greater than 1920x1080 max resolution

    There are no reasonably priced monitors that are >27" that can do what you want. 30" gaming monitors are expensive, but they're not suitable for media uses. We both know IPS is the least that's needed for media work, and getting an IPS in that size isn't priced "reasonably".

    Question is how far are 4K or "Retina" screens out? Probably awhile. 1920x1080 is probably around for awhile, but bleeding edge tech will cost A LOT.

    My suggestion would be go with something that does what you need. The price is the price. Otherwise you're spending a good amount of cash on a monitor that can't do what you need, which is then an utter waste. You're in bit of a tough spot: go with the good $h!t and you pay for it, or compromise and get something affordable that makes media production look like $h!t.

    Either way, it's the same $h!t, just a different pile.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    You're in bit of a tough spot: go with the good $h!t and you pay for it, or compromise and get something affordable that makes media production look like $h!t.

    Either way, it's the same $h!t, just a different pile.

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