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Z-Edge 28-inch Gaming Monitor Ultra HD 4K 3840x2160 TN LED Monitor, 300 cd/m², 1 ms Response Time, HDMIx2+DPx2, Built-in Speakers, FreeSync Technology

Price:PKR. 257,140.00 /

Asin: B08H8PVPXV
Product weight: 13.07 Pounds
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About this item This fits your . Make sure this fits by entering your model number. P.when("ReplacementPartsBulletLoader").execute(function(module){ module.initializeDPX(); }) 28" Class 4K UHD LED Monitor with HDR 10 (28" Diagonal) Immerse yourself completely with phenomenal image precision and Ultra-deep granularity that's 4 times the resolution of Full HD. FreeSync technology resolves the communication issues between processor and monitor, reducing image tears and choppiness. Widen your picture quality, The LED Display produces realistic, accurate color at wide viewing angles Get the crisp picture quality you crave with this ultra-slim, featuring eye-catching aluminum design and immersive ultra-wide viewing angles. From browsing content to streaming entertainment - it allows you to see your world in a whole new way. Eye-Care for extended use: Proprietary brightness Intelligence Adaptive technology adjusts brightness for comfortable viewing, low blue light and zero-flicker technology prevent headaches and eye strain.

Package Dimensions
28.3 x 20 x 5.2 inches
Item Weight
13.07 pounds
Manufacturer
Z Z-Edge
ASIN
B08H8PVPXV
Date First Available
September 2, 2020
MFS
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2021

Review:I purchased this monitor to go with my Ultra 4K security system. The picture is great. The detail is great. It has been on now for a few weeks with no problems at all. I can also switch between my computer and security system with an HDMI switch also purchased from Amazon. I do not have any dead or stuck pixels. The controls are on the back but once you have everything set there is no need to touch them. I have my monitor switched with an external switch so the controls on the back are no problem for me. If you want Ultra 4K then look not further. This is the monitor you want to get. When I have the funds I will purchase another one for a backup. Read more

WinWin
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on March 21, 2021

Review:Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Beautiful screen, very crisp and clear images. It's a big different to replace my old HanG 28" 1080p monitor that i bought 10 years ago with this one. Since I'm using my monitor mostly for media watching and works (programming), the 4k resolution is very helpful to help. The text on 4k resolution is smaller than my old 1080p screen but it's actually clearer to read. It's also much thinner and the stand takes less space as well. Plenty of inputs option, I really like the dual HDMI inputs (which i need one for my work's laptop since it only has HDMI out and the other HDMI port is for my personal PC) as well as extra set of Display ports in case i need it later. Though the built in speaker is not that great, it provides good enough for system sound as i have an awesome desktop studio speaker already. I think the only cons is the control buttons, it might be a little hard to reach and differentiate sometimes but it's not a deal breaker since i don't really need to use them as much. Overall, it's a very nice upgrade for me and didn't break my pocket. Read more

BoraDori
Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2021

Review:It's one of the cheapest 4K monitor you can buy. When it comes to cost, nothing to complain about. I was looking for 1440P monitor to use mainly as secondary monitor on my desk, to watch videos through Apple TV and occasionally as an extension of main computer desktop. For the same price, this was too good to pass, so thought to give it a try. Details: 1. Enough input - 2 x HDMI, 2 x Display port. 2. 1 headphone/speaker jack you can export the sound out to directly from the monitor. 3. Pixel density (not resolution)- not sure, but pictures/videos look better on my 12 year old Apple Cinema Display 1440P. Yes, it's 4K, but pixel density seems pretty low...but then, this cost around $250 for 4K resolution. 4. Basic color control is there on the monitor with preset. 5. HDR compatible. Bad things: 1. Color accuracy - no matter what I do, can't get the right color profile for the monitor to do photo or video editing. Would not recommend this monitor to anyone who works on photo or video, even as a casual hobby. Spend more money to get more appropriate monitor like LG Ultrafine for any work that depends on color accuracy. 2. Non-removable stand - the column of the stand is stuck to the monitor as some one the reviewers have mentioned. The base stand comes separate. I'm using monitor arm, so this is a bit annoying. You have to cut the stand column off. For now, I'm using it as a handle when I have to move the monitor around. Not sure why they designed it that way. Good things: 1. Semi-automatic input change: Input changes automatically depending on which HDMI is active. I have 2 HDMI connected to it, Apple TV and Nintendo Retro. When Apple TV is put in sleep and Nintendo is turned on, monitor will automatically switch to Nintendo. When I switch Nintendo off and turn on Apple TV (ATV), monitor picks that up. However, if I still have either one active and turn on the other machine, it will not switch to the new device. This is what I mean by "semi-automatic." This is still better than to have to go into monitor menu to switch the input method every time. 2. Monitor sleeps when there is no active input: When either the ATV or Nintendo is off, the monitor will quickly display that there is no input and monitor will turn black (sleep). This is such a nice feature. On many monitors, you still have to turn the monitor off. 3. Speaker is there: not great sound system, but okay enough to play the Nintendo Retro system. 4. Watching content is good: I mentioned that color profile is not there to use this for photo or video editing. However, it is very good when watching videos such as Netflix, YouTube, and etc. Just make sure device hooked up supports HDR and HDR setting on monitor is turned to "automatic." In case you are using ATV 4K, make sure the video is set to 2:2:2 and newer HDMI cable is used to support it. 5. Playing video game on the monitor is good. Can't complain about it. 6. Fine to use for any office work. Basically, if you are using the monitor for office work, video watching, and playing games, this is not a bad choice for the price. For photo and video editing, not recommend it. I know it's weird. If color accuracy is not there for photo or video editing, how can it be okay for viewing? I don't know, but this is only reason that I'm keeping it. This would not be a bad choice as a 4K secondary monitor. When used as extended desktop, I have the photo/video on the main monitor and put controls on this monitor to maximize my work space. 99% of the time, I'm streaming video on it. Make sure you have "HDR" on "automatic" on the monitor set up. Without it, the colors look really washed out. Read more

Critical Mass
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on April 10, 2021

Review:It's trash first of all it came with part of the stand already attached and I could not remove it for nothing I broke the release tabs trying to get it off so I needed up having to break the rest of the stand off completely I bought this monitor in February and hooked it up to a computer with display port and it worked fine today I tried to hook it up to a computer with an hdmi cable only to find out that neither of the HDMI ports work at all I tried to go into the menu to see if I could change the settings only to find out that the menu button does not work either I don't recommend anyone buying this monitor when there is better options out there Read more

Steven
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on May 8, 2021

Review:For the money, it's just as good as the same sized Samsung 4k monitor that I paid more than $600 for a few years ago. So for that, it's very impressive. I'm sure there's better out there but I haven't seen any myself. This monitor looks great! FYI the sound is unusable for all intents and purposes.... But who buys a monitor for sound??? I think of the fact that it even has sound as being a huge bonus. But seriously, the sound sucks... I'd describe it as "for emergency use only". =) Read more

T. Reynolds
Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on March 13, 2021

Review:Update: Replacement arrived within days. Looks good. Arrived with bezel cracked and separating. Quoted two months for a replacement. Picture good but washed. Read more

A. Shepherd
Rating:2.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on March 23, 2021

Review:as evidenced by the cracked bezel, and the return label (containing the last purchaser's name and address in the "From:" field) was still on the box. Picture is good, it's a solid budget gaming monitor, but you'd think they'd attempt something RESEMBLING quality control. Read more

Christopher Ramsey
Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on March 9, 2021

Review:Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Works excellent. Beautiful picture. I'm likely to return it though as my unit arrived with the bezel broken at top and bottom. Not looking forward to waiting for a replacement though. Read more

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