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This review is from: AOC U2870VQE 28" LED LCD Monitor - 16:9 - 1 ms
Pros: Great quality and low price
Cons: Basic stand, but that should not affect most users.
Other Thoughts: I bought this monitor recently because I needed a larger screen and wanted to buy a 4K screen. I was worried about the quality of a $350 4K monitor at first but when I started using it I was shocked.
For a TN panel this monitor is one of the best I have used, it beats my previous 24" screen by a huge amount. Not only is the color accuracy and brightness great, the viewing angles are much closer to an IPS screen.
As for connections, this screen has DisplayPort and HDMI support. It even comes with a fairly good DisplayPort cable too. I would not recommend using HDMI unless you are forced to, HDMI is limited to 30hz while DisplayPort can drive 60hz.
Some people have been worried about input lag on 4K screens and most screen have bad input lag so far. However even though I have not tested it, this screen has no noticeable input lag at all. Works great for any high action or fast paced gaming.
If you are looking for a 4K screen for gaming and even moderate professional use, this is probably the best you can buy right now.
Pros: Its got a lot of features, if they work.
Cons: A few weeks ago I ordered one to replace my girlfriend's motherboard that had a BIOS failure, the one I ordered came in with bent pins and was DOA. I sent it back then got the replacement for it in yesterday, tested it out today and it would not boot. It would show up ASUS on the screen then froze without full post, could not enter BIOS or anything.
Tired of this model and this time sent back for a refund, and sadly this experience IS making me re-think ASUS as my top brand. I understand that this does happen to everyone sometime though.
Other Thoughts: Probably should stay away from this model for nowREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Asus has good boards, and the features are great.
Cons: DOA, had bent pins when I removed the CPU cover. Used tweezers to straighten them, and motherboard still would not post. Just a constant bootloop.READ FULL REVIEW