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Samsung - 28” ViewFinity UHD IPS AMD FreeSync with HDR Monitor - Black

Model:LU28R550UQNXZA
SKU:6386391
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Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 3010 reviews

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Almost Perfect

    It was love at first sight, and after sitting in front of them for 10 hours a day for the past few weeks, I'm very happy with my purchase. So here are the pros - size and 4K resolution are standouts; the detail, color quality, brightness, are wonderful. Since I spend most of my time staring at text (documents, code, email, slack) the eyestrain reduction has been very welcome (see images - the slight tint in color is because of this). I was fortunate to be able to get two of them to setup an office environment at home, and at this time I'd say they are almost perfect. So the only thing I can say is that the controls (its a direction switch at the base of the screen below the Samsung logo) can be a bit finicky when you are just starting to use it. Things like turning them off can be a bit tricky if you have no inputs, as the monitors auto detect sources and can present options based on that. But once you figure that out, its simple to use. That really the only thing I've found and that me nitpicking. One important lesson I've learned thought is not so much about the monitor, but about using 4K, especially multiple 4K monitors on an older laptop: You need an appropriate 4K Dock to push 4K content to all devices without issue. I have two laptops - one for work (a 2019 Dell Precision 7730 with Xeon processor) and my personal (a 2015 HP Omen 17t-W200 with Core i7 and and UHD screen) that I've connect the monitors to and while the newer Dell can push 4K to both monitors without any issue, my HP started stuttering and lagging just connecting one. After some checks, I found that the integrated graphics cards needed to be configured to use my NVIDIA card as primary or offload some of the processing to the Dock. I purchased the WAVLINK USB-C Dual 4K universal docking station (Model UG69PD2) with E-mark chip and it supported all three screens at 4K@ 60Hz from both devices without issues. It also supports Mac and has a built in 100W power to the laptop and devices (if your device supports it). If you are having issues with refresh of you purchase this monitor, I highly getting a dock. It'll provide a lot of flexibility and expandability for you.

    Posted by KevinInMD

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great 4K monitor for the price!

    After a lot of research and reading reviews, I decided on this monitor rather than the multitude of 27" 4K monitors on the market. This 28" display has exceeded my expectations for performance considering the price. The color gamut is listed at >90% of the DCI-P3 coverage which is important for my photo and video editing. I also found the slightly larger display to be preferable to the 27" models. Best bang for the buck in my opinion!

    Posted by HDHappy

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Vibrant Colors!

    Normally I wouldn't purchase a computer monitor without seeing it in action first but I was looking for a 4K monitor to work with my Mac Mini M1 I found this one. I did my research reading reviews on different websites and watching YouTube videos for several days and then made the purchase. I was using a HP QHD 32" with my Windows PC and very happy with it but with for my Mac Mini I wanted 4K. Since my desk is only 48" wide and glass I had to figure out how to fit two monitors and I was successful. I am very happy with the Samsung UR55, it was so easy to assemble and was ready to connect to the Mac in minutes. The height wasn't a problem for me because I already had monitor risers for both of them and the angle was also perfect for me. The colors in the UR55 monitor is outstanding and vibrant. I do have 4k HDMI and Display port cables but so far I haven't hooked them up. I will probably connect the monitor to my Mac via Display port so free up the HDMI on the Mac (it only has 2 HDMI ports). The pictures below is connected with the HDMI provided with the monitor. As you can see it looks great with clear details. The quality is great and at a reasonable price. The colors are amazing but you can make adjustment if desired. I was amazed at how light the monitor (12 lbs) is since my 32" is 20 lbs. It might have a 28" screen but it is only 25" wide. Also impressive the response time is 4 milliseconds while others are 5 milliseconds and more expensive. The Refresh Rate 60Hz which is impressive. No buyers regret on this purchase and I would recommend this 4K monitor to a friend or anyone that ask me about it.

    Posted by Brenda