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This review is from: Avera 40EQX10 40-Inch 2160p 4K LED Television - Black
Pros: $200 is hard to beat.
Cons: Has to run at 3200x1800 resolution when used as a computer monitor. If I try to set the resolution at 3829x2160 the screen shuts off for five seconds every five seconds.
Other Thoughts: It's probably acceptable hooked up to a BluRay player, but my 6 year old Sharp Aquous 1080i looked much better.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: No tools needed. Works with PCs and Macs. The cable is built in!
Cons: None so far. I wonder about the durability of the built-in cable.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Decent card . It's inexpensive and quiet. It includes the adapter plates for mounting in a low profile case which is nice.
Cons: Windows Experience only incread about 10% over the built-in card- 3.7 to 4.0.
The card was advertised as supporting three monitors which is why I bought it. However, Windows Display "sees" the third monitor but will not let the desktop expand to it. I wanted to use it to display spreadsheets in "portrait" mode, but I cannot, and the AMD Catalyst Control Center is no help. It seems to only allow me to display on the third monitor if I disable one of the others. Poop.