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LG 27UD68-P 27-Inch 4K UHD IPS Monitor with FreeSync

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LG Electronics 4K UHD (3840 x 2160 resolution) IPS 27-Inch LED-Lit Keep an eye on 27UD68 with FreeSync, serge more than 99% and HDMI x two.

Price: $399.00

  • 4K UHD Resolution (3840 x 2160) IPS Exhibit
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  • On-Monitor Handle w/ Display screen Split 2.
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What customers say about LG 27UD68-P 27-Inch 4K UHD IPS Keep an eye on with FreeSync?

  1. 16 of 16 people found the following review helpful

    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Decent monitor, horrible quality and support, February 11, 2018

    By C. Lewis

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    This review is from: LG 27UD68-P 27-Inch 4K UHD IPS Monitor with FreeSync (Personal Computers)

    I bought two of these monitors. One failed with a flickering problem when the screen wasn’t warmed up within a number of weeks, one failed the same way about a year later. Both failures were originally tolerable, but the original one got worse and worse.

    I sent my monitor to LG for a fix. It took them two weeks to do it and $160 charge. They damaged the panel further (huge white blob where someone had probably pressed their thumb against the screen lifting it around) and then sent it back to me. I called and said “what the heck” and was told to send it back again. I refused, saying I wasn’t going to be out of a monitor for another two weeks due to their failure. I was promised a callback three times, none of which happened. I escalated and escalated and LG refused to budge and send me a replacement and let me send the one I had back, so with no other option I did send it back to them.

    This was a mistake.

    They have now had my monitor for 17 days. They still have not fixed the monitor, have no ETA for the fix, and haven’t shown any contrition about the fact it’s taken them so long. I am the one that has to bug them for status updates, they don’t tell me they are waiting on parts for shipping or forgot to order parts at all (yes, this happened).

    I won’t buy from LG again. I’ll probably go Dell or HP, I trust them more.

    If you get a monitor and it works then great, if it doesn’t you are in big trouble. It’s a dice roll.

  2. 141 of 147 people found the following review helpful

    4.0 out of 5 stars
    An excellent value with strong color performance, but watch for variability, June 10, 2016

    By D. Alexander

    This review is from: LG 27UD68-P 27-Inch 4K UHD IPS Monitor with FreeSync (Personal Computers)

    This is a top value in 4K screens and, until we’re all using OLEDs, nearly as good as it gets. There are no serious omissions in the specifications, though I have found variable quality control. I’ve docked a star for that. Dell’s P2715Q is a desirable alternative in some cases.

    BUILD AND ANTI-GLARE:

    It’s immediately apparent this is a first-party product. The bezel is 9mm for three edges and 17mm along the bottom. Everything visible head-on looks expensive. Even the plastic stand, which has no adjustments save for tilt, has a nice brushed finish. The rear of the screen is generic gloss plastic. Total weight is around 11 pounds.

    Aesthetics aside, the stand is mediocre. Firm keypresses that better stands would shrug off can cause the screen to shake. This is to be expected; you’re paying for the panel with this UD68. (The 27UD88 has the same panel and a better stand for $200 more.) I’m indifferent because I mounted mine on a monitor arm. The cheapest sell for little more than the tax on this model. If your desk allows for an arm, it should be your first upgrade. Even the best stands sacrifice space efficiency relative to one.

    This LG has two HDMI 2.0 ports and one Displayport 1.2, so it covers the bases for 4K/60 operation. Brightness controls appear to be DC current; no flickering PWM here. The OSD is easy to navigate and works much more quickly than the same implementation in the 31MU97.

    There is an anti-glare coating. It’s slightly more aggressive than the QNIX and Wasabi Mango UHD430, but less so than my old Dell 2408WFP. It doesn’t affect sharpness and manifests as a very subtle sparkle visible with pure whites. I don’t find this objectionable. More apparent was a bit of backlight bleed that I removed with mild rubbing.

    UNIFORMITY:

    Brightness uniformity is average for a 27″ panel. The central third is slightly brighter than either side. Color uniformity is above average. The bottom quarter of the screen and a portion of both sides has a slightly cooler tone than the rest. This difference is most visible with gray and white tones. In my experience, all screens with larger panels perform significantly worse unless they have uniformity compensation.

    The QNIX has somewhat better color and brightness uniformity. However, this LG is considerably better than LG’s 31″ 31MU97 Adobe RGB display in color uniformity, despite the supposed pedigree of that far more expensive model. While this LG doesn’t have uniformity compensation, that feature on the 31MU97 does nothing. Proper uniformity compensation only seems to be available on Dell and Eizo screens.

    This monitor calibrates very well. At screen center, my colorimeter reports a maximum dE of 1.6, a minimum of 0.2, and an average of 0.3. sRGB coverage is 97.5% at 6000K.

    Update: A second copy of this screen shows marked white balance inconsistency. The first screen doesn’t deviate more than 200K at any point, whereas the bottom fifth of this one is 1000K cooler than the rest. Brightness uniformity is also somewhat worse. A third copy has consistent white balance, but noticeable clouding with black content. I recommend buying from a vendor with a good exchange policy.

    INPUT LAG:

    32-33ms slower than my QNIX QX2710. This is a consistent result and an average performance. The QNIX has no display scaler and input lag around 3ms. I do not find the lag on this screen noticeable in Windows or objectionable for racing games. CS:Go players may have a different opinion.

    EXPERIENCE:

    From a viewing distance of around 24″, pixels are not visible. Text is noticeably sharper than the 1440p QNIX. Image detail is a level above. 5K would be a slight improvement, but well into the realm of diminishing returns.

    I’m running Windows 10 scaling at 200%. Younger eyes would probably be fine down to 125%. At this point, Windows itself and most programs have excellent scaling. What you want to avoid, though, is mixing pixel densities across multiple screens. While the Windows UI has little trouble adapting to disparate scaling settings, you’ll be endlessly fiddling with zoom levels for browsers and the like.

    I initially bought the 43″ Wasabi to pair with my QNIX because they have very similar pixel densities. Given the way window-snapping works in Windows 10, though, I think two 27″ panels are preferable for productivity. For gaming, a single 21:9 3440×1440 or 2560×1080 curved panel is the best choice for many people.

    IN SUM:

    Highly recommended. This LG has great color, good uniformity (but see above), chic appearance, and pricing below many first-party 1440p 27″ IPS screens. The only missing features of consequence are a fancy stand, G-Sync for nVidia cards, and, perhaps for people who print images professionally, Adobe RGB coverage.

    The closest alternative is…

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  3. 227 of 238 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The affordable QUALITY 4K monitor we’ve been waiting for (UPDATED FEB. 2017), May 26, 2016

    By David Hall

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    This review is from: LG 27UD68-P 27-Inch 4K UHD IPS Monitor with FreeSync (Personal Computers)

    This is the 4K monitor I have been waiting for. Affordable and quality. Be aware, there’s 3 types of the monitor: one with a Sliver stand and white back, one with a black stand and black back (this one), and one with a black stand that pivots and rotates with a black back (the other two versions are sold on other sites, not Amazon).

    I’ve been searching for a true 4K monitor that suits my needs (I’m a video production solo gig) and this monitor is it. I have the 2013 Mac Pro since it was released and have been using the Dell P2815Q monitor (a overly priced half-baked TN panel 4K monitor), this monitor is light years ahead of quality, viewing angles, overall color, and brightness compared to that Dell. This feels like a $1000 monitor for half the price. Now since Apple first showcased the Mac Pro, they said you can run 3 4K monitors and I’ve searching for the right monitor that I can do with for a low price without sacrificing quality. This monitor is my answer. Currently I have 1, but soon my dream of having that infinitely famous triple monitor setup will happen with this.

    Also fun fact: 3 of these monitors equals the price of Dell’s 5K monitor… Now which one would you really choose? I know.

    Look here’s the bottom line: If you’ve been looking for an quality IPS 4K monitor with accurate color, great brightness, thin bezels (man there thin), and for a low price, you’ve found the answer.

    February 2017 Update:
    Display has been going great, no issues after 7 months, however…

    Since December 2016, seeing LG’s new 5K UltraFine Monitor for Mac made me wonder what the difference was between this display compared to the 5K one. Oh man. BIG DIFFERENCE.

    When comparing LG’s 4K display against the LG 5K UltraFine display, you immediately see a difference. Brightness is one big standout (the 5K display is 500 nits, I imagine the 4K one is 300, maybe 250 nits), as well I noticed that this monitor is on the cooler side of the colors while the UltraFine 5K display is warmer (along with being so much brighter). HOWEVER, I was very surprised to say that in terms of pixel density, viewing angles, and overall picture quality… the 5K and 4K display are much more similar then one would think (considering this display is $499 while the 5K one is $974).

    Please take a look at the picture with two young men for a pretty good understanding of what I’m talking about. In the picture the LG 4K display is on the LEFT, while LG’s 5K UltraFine display is on the RIGHT. Notice the loss of shadows and some color on the 4K panel.

    Conclusion:
    I went ahead and sold my LG 4K monitor and replaced it with the 5K UltraFine Monitor, mostly because of how it works so much better with the Mac’s (the 4K display would take a solid 12-15 seconds to boot up in order to long in… LG’s 5K display is instant once you tap on that keyboard). I still recommend this display because of its cheaper price and still solid IPS panel! However, if you want the best display for your Mac, LG’s new 5K UltraFine monitor is the way to go. I’m still going to keep this review at 5 stars because of having no issues and how good of a deal this display is. (also I should mention that regardless of it’s horrible 3 star rating on Apples website, the 5K display works perfectly fine with my Mac Pro and 2016 MacBook Pro 15 inch… No issues as other people are having)







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