Samsung 28" 4K LED-backlit Monitor
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Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 Business Days. (Monday, Apr 24 to Thursday, Apr 27) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned
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$211.99 when I got mine.
Got this on woot early last year and love it. Games look amazazing in 4K if they support. I paid 330 at the time, so it’s a steal at this price. Keep in mind you need to have a display port cable for this to run 4K which is sold separately.
I want to use this in my RV, does it use a power brick or is the power cable look like an extension cord?
I would love to hook this up straight to my 12VDC instead of using my power converter.
So I am in the market for a monitor for fps gaming with my xbox one s and was looking for a monitor close to this size. Wasn’t planning on going 4k because of the price range, and xbox one s games not running at true 4k (from my limited understanding). Some of the monitors that aren’t 4k that just had the other specs (input lag, response time ect…) I was looking for were already close to 200 new. This seems like it might be a good option considering its not too much more. I am a little weary about it being reconditioned tho… Anyone have any experience with factory reconditioned samsung monitors? Or any input in general would be appreciated too
It uses a power brick: 14 Volts, 3.22 Amp. Using 12DC might work for a while, but it would stain the Monitor’s components leading to an early death.
I’m using factory reconditioned 4k samsung right now, for over a year now, same model, just paid more. this is amongst MANY refurb products i’ve purchased. a good way to look at it is consider the product as “upgraded” over a “new” product as the factory has spent extra time with it.
Thanks Doug61 !!! I could add a voltage regulator to get it up to a stable 14V DC. 4K in the van is better than what I have at home.
A regulator can only drop the voltage, but a buck-boost circuit could work out. You’re definitely on your own with this one, however.