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Viewsonic VP2780 4K

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Affordable? Yes. However, playing games at 4K 60FPS is FAR FAR from being affordable. The Iiyama Prolite display 4K, TN 60Hz is £250 BNIB. 4K displays are cheap.

 

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£699.00 LOL


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If it doesn't have any tactile buttons I guess it doesn't matter that they only register 65% of the time ;)

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Affordable? Yes. However, playing games at 4K 60FPS is FAR FAR from being affordable. The Iiyama Prolite display 4K, TN 60Hz is £250 BNIB. 4K displays are cheap.

 

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£699.00 LOL

Another example how much much of a rip off the UK is, price on amazon.com = $734 $734 in gbp = £475 lol


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I think this was a sponsored video lol. If this was legit, they would have chosen one of the $400-$500 selections on Amazon...


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Affordable? Yes. However, playing games at 4K 60FPS is FAR FAR from being affordable. The Iiyama Prolite display 4K, TN 60Hz is £250 BNIB. 4K displays are cheap.

 

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£699.00 LOL

Where is it at £250

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I think this was a sponsored video lol. If this was legit, they would have chosen one of the $400-$500 selections on Amazon...

 

It has to be sponsored. 

 

The LG 27MU67-B is $450 over at NCIX US. Its a near identical panel spec/build quality wise plus has free sync. Not to mention Dells Similar spec 4K 27 inch IPS display is $200 cheaper with a three year warranty. 


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I think this was a sponsored video lol. If this was legit, they would have chosen one of the $400-$500 selections on Amazon...

 

Nope. They did send us a review unit, but if it was sponsored, you'd know.

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Nope. They did send us a review unit, but if it was sponsored, you'd know.

So why the stupidly high price then?

 

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For a 4k screen, is $730 really something that "won't break the bank"?


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can anyone tell me what keyboard this is?

 


Linus's voice was annoyingly hellish for atleast the first 50 videos that i watched

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