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I wouldn't buy it, its 1080p at 27"? You will see pixels to easily, if you want to get a curved monitor take the step to 1440p

But its almost with every monitor you see pixels when looking closely and I aint looking closely to a 27" panel

Oh well I'll check the monitor IRL. And if its any good I'll buy it then

Hey

I found a good deal on amazon

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-S27D590CS-inch-Curved-Monitor/dp/B00N9PVZ7A/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top?ie=UTF8

130 pounds save.

Pretty good. But the samsung page says about the monitor that its good for gaming and every day work like photo editing since the colors are pretty good.

And there is no ghosting.

But its still a VA display? I thought VA displays had ghosting.

 

So is it a good deal? I might buy it today if its worth it.

The normal prize is 399 euros and with the 130 pounds save its 299 euros

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I wouldn't buy it, its 1080p at 27"? You will see pixels to easily, if you want to get a curved monitor take the step to 1440p

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I wouldn't buy it, its 1080p at 27"? You will see pixels to easily, if you want to get a curved monitor take the step to 1440p

 

was only like 18 months since 1080P 50" TV's were the norm :P

 

1440P is probably the way to go, provided you have the GPU to drive it

 

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was only like 18 months since 1080P 50" TV's were the norm :P

 

1440P is probably the way to go, provided you have the GPU to drive it

Yup, but TV's are meant to be viewed from a larger distance making pixel density less of a problem

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I wouldn't buy it, its 1080p at 27"? You will see pixels to easily, if you want to get a curved monitor take the step to 1440p

But its almost with every monitor you see pixels when looking closely and I aint looking closely to a 27" panel

Oh well I'll check the monitor IRL. And if its any good I'll buy it then

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But its almost with every monitor you see pixels when looking closely and I aint looking closely to a 27" panel

Oh well I'll check the monitor IRL. And if its any good I'll buy it then

 

It's by average viewing distance, due to the larger screen size there is a smaller pixel density making pixels more spread out and more visible than say 23" Monitor which would have a greater pixel density 

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