iiyama 27" 4K Ultra HD IPS Ultra Slim Bezel Open Box Gaming Monitor
Open Box 27" iiyama XU2792UHSU-B1 4K UHD Monitor, IPS, 3840x2160, 75Hz, 4ms, 80M:1, 300cd/m², VESA, DVI/HDMI/DP
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27" iiyama ProLite 4k Monitor with an Ultra-Slim Bezel Display
Stylish three-side bezel free front design Immerse yourself in stunning 4K resolution with this stunning 27" iiyama PROLITE XU2792UHSU-B1 monitor. Boasting a stylish three-side bezel free front design making this monitor perfect for any content creation professional, hobbyist or simply those who are looking for accurate and consistent colour reproduction with wide viewing angles. The iiyama ProLite XU2792UHSU-B1 monitor features integrated speakers and blue-light/flicker free technologies so you can rest assured that this monitor will look after your eyes during those long screen viewing sessions.
Enjoy the Edge-to-Edge Design for Immersive Visuals
guaranteed precise and consistent colour reproduction This ProLite monitor features a Beautiful 4K (3840 x 2160) IPS panel, offering a gigantic viewable area with 4 times more information and work space than a Full HD screen. Due to the higher DPI (dots per inch), it displays an incredibly sharp and crisp image allowing you to consistently reach the accurate colour reproduction you have been searching for. While the IPS panel technology offers higher contrast, darker blacks and much better viewing angles than standard TN technology and will provide an excellent performance for photographic and web design.
Keep your Eyes Protected with Flicker-Free Technology
BLUE LIGHT REDUCER FUNCTION Flicker-Free and blue light reduction monitors are designed to minimize blue light emitted by your screen and reduce the strain and fatigue caused by screen-flicker, allowing you to work in comfort for longer without causing damage to your eyes.
Superior Audio for Music or Conferencing
DUAL INTEGRATED HIGH QUALITY SPEAKERS If you're listening to music you can use the integrated high-quality speakers. Got a conference call? Plug your headset into the headphone socket and turn the volume up!
Connections at your Fingertips
1x DVI Port
1x HDMI Port
2x USB 2.0 Port
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 36 months
- DOA Period:
- 1 days
- RTB Period:
- 1 months
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