price isnt to bad.but ill still wait till 4k goes down in prices
Imagine Watching A 4k Tv Commercial On A 4k Tv lol
The viewing angle is actually pretty steep. Cool but I don't think I would really need to view it from that angle lol. But Samsung always makes a pretty good product. They will probably be who I go to when 4k comes down a bit in price.
lol i like to stand right above my monitor and view it that way....
nice monitor.. but I will also wait till prices are cheaper.... oh yeah.. and when I get a pc that could even display 4k lol
pretty expensive still. but other wise its great!
Definitely need this but I'll wait as well.
Would be more willing to by if it was more affordable
700 dollars for a 4k monitor! depending on the size thats comparable to like a 50inch led tv, definately a steal! if i dont end up upgrading my pc i am going to save for this bad boy and put it on my desk!
Being a Asus ProArt monitor user and a user of a variety of professional monitors for content creation , I would think picture-in-picture is a defacto feature one would have for a professional monitor these days.
Not being a IPS-panel is just a deal-breaker to me as well.
4K is a professional standard, and if the monitor doesn't cater first and foremost to professional users to get things done well (and doing things with great accuracy of the wide range of color gamut and angles they'll position the monitor), then the monitor quickly loses its value towards being bought.
Too much was sacrificed to have an MSRP of $700 dollars.
The only thing I like about these advances on 4K displays is the fact that they'll help drop the prices on 1440/1600p ones.
Hopefully they will drop the prices of the other monitors. My 1440p IPS monitor cost me 600 bucks a year ago. It was worth it IMO but now I want a GSync monitor and man...those won't be cheap either.
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