Samsung 28" 4K LED-backlit Monitor
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 Business Days. (Thursday, Aug 17 to Tuesday, Aug 22) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned
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Does anyone know if it has HDMI 2.0/HDCP 2.2 so that you can also use it with an UltraHD Blu ray player or a Roku Premiere?
Costco has these right now for the same price, maybe lower. Can’t remember.
Still not allowed to use amazon gift cards?
Found this on the product page
- Enjoy upgraded HDMI support with an upgraded HDMI (v2.0) that supports UHD resolutions at a 60Hz refresh rate, so 4K content plays smoothly without delay.*
I think it’s the same monitor.
I show it as $300 at Costco for New. Depends on if buying Refurb is worth $50 for people. Personally, I think this is a better deal.
Sorry. We don’t have a way to pass money back and forth between us.
They had an in store rebate on these. Price online probably isn’t the newest price. I was there yesterday. I think it was $240-260.
Picked this up last time it was here, a couple weeks ago.
It arrived in pristine, like-new condition, and it’s been a fantastic monitor for CAD and software development.
Couple small gripes – for one, Samsung likes to put their VESA mounts way up on top, so if your monitor mounting arm isn’t a fancy articulating type, it’s not going to align with other screens. Also, the vertical viewing angle is very restricted, such that at a normal viewing distance, the colors and overall brightness at the top of the screen will be slightly different from the bottom, and they’ll all change as you move your head up and down. At night, you can see a gradient of color against the wall. The further you are from the screen, the less this will matter, and most of the time I don’t notice it at all.
Overall, I think this monitor is a great value, and at this price I’d jump on it again if I had the spare cash on hand.
Bought mine one of the last few times it’s been available and I have a minor issue in that if the input signal from my computer is on prior to the monitor being on, a lot of the times half the screen will be black and I’ll have to powercycle the monitor to get the full image.
Also the joystick control on the back of the monitor is a bit weird to turn it on/off but you can get used to it (press in to turn on; press in, press down, press in again to turn it off).
Otherwise I have no complaints. Honestly if it went out today, even with those one and a half issues, I’d buy another one. Especially for the $250 it’s going for this time.
60 Hz, blah… 144 Hz, would buy.
Howdy, My old computer only has a VGA port anyway I can get around this without buying a new puter ?
Well, start off reading this: https://superuser.com/questions/527192/what-maximal-resolution-is-reasonable-when-using-a-vga-cable
Next, you will need a VGA to HDMI (or Display Port) adapter.
People don’t realize VGA video output can actually do Full HD, and in some cases UHD. However, those that do, shutter at the thought of an analoge UHD signal, but it is possible.