Apple sold LG UltraFine 5K monitor has serious connection issues – Apple removes negative reviews

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We’ve just posted the following news: Apple sold LG UltraFine 5K monitor has serious connection issues – Apple removes negative reviews[newsimage]http://www.myce.com/wp-content/images_posts/2017/01/myce-lg-ultrafine-5k-monitor-95x75.jpg[/newsimage]

Owners of an Apple LG UltraFine 5K monitor complain about wake up and connection problems. Apple has started to delete the large number of negative reviews on the product page of the nearly $1,300 costing display.

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5K Monitor at $1,299.99 with limited 4K Content even being available what a waste of money not to mention 5K Content isn’t even out yet if one shops around they can fine much cheaper IPS Panels that will show just as good of a picture.


#3

I own an LG TV has a beautiful picture never had a monitor from LG but my ASUS LED Monitor is 1ms response and looks near 4K to my eyes when playing back limited 4K Porn with HDMI at 75Hz and I paid maybe $150-$200 at new egg awhile back.


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Aaron at this point a 5K monitor is more for the pro’s to create 4K film and UHDTV media/video content. Â Remember its a PC monitor not a TV and 5K is a PC display resolution not a media / video / broadcast standard. 5K allows for a full 4K or UHD image (frame) to be displayed natively within the full res of the screen which is beneficial for video editing, animation, sfx etc.
Also, don’t expect to see native 5K media content. 8K is the “next step” in broadcast standard after UHDTV.


#5

ivid, Ok I totally understand but non the less a hefty price tag hehe. :slight_smile:


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I just watched a DVD on a 720p TV. It looked great to me. I will not run out and buy a TV just because the native resolution happens to come in the form of a really big number. Diminishing returns, people!