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Medical Display for Gaming or Content Creation?

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3840 x 2160 Native Resolution at 60 Hz

Why would you pay that much more for something you can get for multitudes less?

Doesn't make any sense.

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That's for content creation and medical imaging. Like using a FireGL card for gaming (most people won't get that reference, but it was a card for CAD/medical imaging in the 2000s that was awful for everything else)

Niche products for niche markets often do not do well outside those markets.

 

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You can get that exact monitor - just with a silver stand - for $468.

 

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a built-in backlight sensor dynamically measures and maintains calibrated DICOM brightness to enhance diagnostic reading consistency.

That's literally the only thing they mention that is "special" about this monitor. I call BS on that. It's just a way for LG to charge 10x to "professional" users.

About monitor marketing BS

 

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Medical monitor? Fine detail? It's a basic 4K LCD for color work. It's not even a gaming one it's 60Hz. Severely overpriced by far.

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