LG 27UL600-W 27" IPS LED 4K UHD FreeSync Monitor with HDR

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LG 27UL600-W 27″ IPS LED 4K UHD FreeSync Monitor with HDR
In this videos I show you the latest monitor that I have added to my collection. If you’re thinking about a new one for graphic arts, video editing or gaming this one may be for you.

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Description:
DR400 VESA Certified Display HDR technology
Ensures lifelike fidelity and striking color, so games and movies are seen exactly as the developer or filmmaker intended.

4K Ultra HD 3840 x 2160 resolution
Outstanding detail that’s ideal for watching high-resolution videos and playing games with settings maxed out.

5 ms response time
Delivers solid performance for precise gaming and video work.

60 Hz refresh rate
Provides smooth video and good refresh rates for everyday use.

27″ antiglare LED monitor
Efficient screen type uses LEDs to provide precise backlighting to pixels.

FreeSync Technology
Adaptive synchronization technology that matches the frame rate of the monitor to any compatible AMD graphics card.

2 HDMI and 1 DisplayPort inputs
Allow you to set up DVD players and other AV sources for a clear, high quality audio and video signal.

178° horizontal and vertical viewing angles
Allow you to view the screen from a wide range of angles.

1,000:1 contrast ratio
Ensures images are crisp and clear with deep blacks and bright highlights.

350 cd/m² brightness
Produces bright images that can clearly be seen even in well-lit rooms.

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LG 27UL600-W 27″ IPS LED 4K UHD FreeSync Monitor with HDR

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43 COMMENTS

  1. this video sounds like a marketing piece than a review piece. Additionally, he did not disclose how he got the monitor for this video.

  2. To get 4K 60fps from your Mac, you HAVE TO use a Displayport to thunderbolt 3 cable and it has to go directly to the Mac.

  3. You can get 60 frames just use a DP cable not an HDMI. It also lets you use apples built in scaler to increase the UI size without dropping resolution.

  4. you also dont seem to know much about monitors in general.. you try to make a point of it being especially good for games, but the fact that its 60hz is not a feature, all monitors are 60hz minimum. 5ms response time isn't anything to write home about either, fairly typical for an ips display. This isn't a monitor made for games but for graphic design, photo/video editing, etc. 3:36 the fact that it has a dp and hdmi does not matter whatsoever in regards to running a ps4 at 60fps 4:32 this is a bad demonstration because of your bright orange light reflecting directly off of it

  5. What external speakers do u recommend? And or /soundbar. I have this monitor…loving it..but need external sound.

    EDIT* – if anyone is curious the Bose companion 2 series III speakers work great with this monitor. Cheers.

  6. @ Tech Steve – I have a BenQ EW3270U 4K HDR10 Monitor.
    I want to buy or build a minimum price PC,
    just for watching 4K HDR 60fps 10-Bit videos
    on Amazon Prime Video, Netflix & YouTube.
    Can you recommend Minimum Specs?
    Thank You 🙂

  7. Does this monitor remember its power off state. So if you power off when on. It just comes back on when power is applied again…???

  8. I am running dual LG 27UL600 on my brand new laptop that is running at 60hz. Is there anyway I can get my monitors up to 60hz so I dont have to deal with the mouse lag?

  9. Hello, is it possible to overclock the monitor to reach like 70 Hz ? Also, is it possible to lower the FreeSync range to get like 30-60 Hz instead of 40-60 ?

  10. I recently bought this screen to see what all the hdr fuss is about and while its a nice screen i find hdr just over saturates rgb, red looks like orange and green and blue just look to bright, yes you can tone down things but there seem to be software issues in the monitor, i found enabling hdr makes white look like pink and turning on the basic freesync messes up the hdr and bugs out my audio even though im not using the monitors audio output, from what ive read the screen is 3ms but im quessing thats with maximum freesync turned, one thing i also like is the software that lg provide and the ability to setup program specific settings although adding your own apps and games seems a bit buggy.

    Coming from a 28" Aoc screen with 1ms 60hz non hdr at almost half the price…. in my onion non hdr is a good enough experience, also at £360 for the lg27ul600 you should get the best settings for the screen out of the box….you should not have to tweak for several hours.

  11. Nice video. Just a question. Do you need a graphics card to run a 4K monitor like this? I have a cpu with integrated graphics. Just want to make sure it'll run well.

  12. great review tech steve, how was your audio hooked up to your ps pro? did you use the audio jack behind the monitor?

  13. Thank you. You really cleared things up for me. I was on DisplayNinja.com and it says the 27UL500/600 is a "software-enabled HDR". That got me worried. What the hell is a software-enabled HDR? No, it's not Freesync/G-sync. It's a class of its own. DisplayNinja failed to explain how it is different from Freesync/G-sync. Can it be only used in Windows 10? Since I won't be using it on Windows or Mac, I am in a dilemma. Thanks to your video, if HDR works on the PS4pro (which I will be), it should also work on an Android TV media player that I will be using most of the time.

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