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    Iiyama GB2760QSU-B1

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    Re: Iiyama GB2760QSU-B1

    Looks the same spec as my old Benq monitor which they don't seem to make any more, but I think this is rather better looking. Would have hoped the price would have been lower, I paid £450 for the Benq ages ago when it seemed leading edge. Perhaps 4K panels are getting the benefit of mass production rather than these.

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    Re: Iiyama GB2760QSU-B1

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    Looks the same spec as my old Benq monitor which they don't seem to make any more, but I think this is rather better looking. Would have hoped the price would have been lower, I paid £450 for the Benq ages ago when it seemed leading edge. Perhaps 4K panels are getting the benefit of mass production rather than these.
    I have a similar spec Acer monitor that is still worth £400 which is what I paid over a year ago now.

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