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Malaysia MYR 2,150
Singapore SGD 891
Vietnam VND 12,990,000

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Reviewed on 2014-10-23
Good brightness, grayscale and color performance, Affordable for a 4K monitor, Useful PiP & PbP modes, Very decent input lag and response timeStand lacks height, swivel, and rotation adjustments, No VESA mount support, Average black levels performance, Still restrictive viewing angles
In our review of Samsung's latest 4K TVs , we said that buying a small-screen 4K TV makes no sense as one won't be able to notice the image quality difference between that and a similarly-sized 1080p set. Naturally, that's assuming a typical TV viewing di...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-09
We've been waiting for resolutions higher than Full-HD for a long time now but it's finally here. 2014 was the year of Ultra HD, not just for televisions but also on you're desk. Hardware.info has tested eight different UHD-monitors so far and in the ne...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-27
The first generation of Ultra HD monitors landed definitively in the flagship product category. With prices north of £2000, those first three IGZO-based screens from Asus, Dell and Sharp were only likely to find their way into professional studios or the ...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-27
The first generation of Ultra HD monitors landed definitively in the flagship product category. With prices north of $3000, those first three IGZO-based screens from Asus, Dell and Sharp were only likely to find their way into professional studios or the ...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-21
Highly detailed UHD image. Fast pixel response. Good gray-scale performance.Middling viewing-angle performance. Slightly skewed greens. Limited features
The Samsung U28D590D ($599.99) is the latest reasonably priced big-screen (28-inch) Ultra-High-Definition monitor to hit PC Labs, and like the Philips Brilliance 4K Ultra HD Display (288P6LJEB)$597.99 at Amazon and Planar IX2850, it delivers a sharp, high...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-28
While 2K displays are ruling smartphone displays, 4K displays are starting to take over our living rooms and workplaces just like once Full HD does, people like you and me probably don't have the budget to invest one of those curved and huge 4K TVs, our r...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-24
Responsive (8 ms), Accurate colours by defaultSimple design and minimal connectivity, Poor contrast (650:1)
The Samsung U28D590D was one of the first 28" UHD (3840 x 2160 pixels) TN monitors on the market, and we've at last been able to put it through its paces. Better late than never! We'd like to thank Cdiscount for lending us the monitor. Since its release,
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Reviewed on 2014-10-27
Our colorimeter measured it at 228 cd/m2, almost double the recommended 120cd/m2 that is standard amongst displays. We lowered the brightness to 120cd/m2 to compensate, and were rewarded with a much more palatable image. Samsung has decided to go for sty...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-16
Premium metal design, Quad HD screen, Camera great in lowlightToo big for some, TouchWiz still not perfected, Expensive
Samsungs award-winning phablet is back for its fourth generation and features a stunning Quad-HD screen, a more sensitive S Pen stylus, more powerful processor, and a new metal design. Will these be enough to earn another year of phabet glory, or will it...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-16
It was only a few short years ago when the idea of a giant phone seemed like a freak show absurdity. With Apple leading the market, most people were used to smartphones with 4-inch screens and anything bigger seemed… wrong somehow.Times have changed and A...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-02
Good image quality, High resolution for gaming, video and extra workspace, Two year warranty, Can display up to 1 billion colours, Displayport and HDMI cables included in box, Displayport and 2x HDMI 1.4 inputs, Ability to connect multiple computers, 1ms...Stand can be a little wobbly, Controls on the rear can take some getting used to, High resolution can make text difficult to read, Special care needs to be taken to ensure your hardware will support the high resolution, Viewing angles not as good as scree...
This new 28” monitor from Samsung has the headline feature of being able to display 4K resolution, which is over eight megapixels of information. Although billed as a gaming monitor, thanks to it sporting a fast refresh rate and high resolution, photog...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-25
Solid image quality, 60Hz over DisplayPort, Stylish designPoor input lag, No USB ports, Lack of stand versatility
What is the Samsung U28D590D? The first 4K monitors were prohibitively expensive, but prices are dropping fast – so now it's worth considering one of these high-resolution screens if you need to replace an existing 1080p panel without taking out a second ...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-15
When considering gaming monitors, their response time is probably the first thing that comes to mind. While this is an important characteristic, a good monitor offers more than just rapid colour changes. Hardware.Info tested 12 gaming monitors, studied ...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-23
The current crop of 4K monitors have a lot going on — they have to compromise on price, size, design and image quality all at the same time. You can either pay peanuts and get a monkey, or pay through the nose and get something unquestionably brilliant. S...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-21
Gaming Monitor Roundup 2014 Introduction If you're considering getting a proper display to get your gaming on, you're probably looking at response time above all else. There's certainly good reason for that, but it's important to realize that faster does ...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-13
Ever since the Mac Pro was released in December, we've faced an onslaught of 4k displays. We reviewed Seiki's budget offering last year , and while we liked it overall, it did have more than its fair share of set backs. For instance, you could only use th...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-09
It has been just over a year ago when we first got our hands on a 4K display. At the time, we were using a 50-in Seiki 3840x2160 HDTV that ran at a 30 Hz refresh rate and was disappointing in terms of its gaming experience, but impressive in image qua...
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