Amazon has it as "Temporarily Out of Stock". But here is a link. I already purchased and will be ready when it eventually does ship!
Amazon.com: Philips BDM4350UC 43-Inch Class IPS-LED Monitor, 4K Res, 300cd/m2, 5ms, 50M:1 DCR,VGA,HDMI(2),DP(2),USB 3.0,Spk: Computers & Accessories
I hear you, and I respect your decision, but those TV's do not work for me.
50", for me, is too big, I like IPS over VA, and I like having 4:4:4 chroma and a respectable response time (no input lag tests have surfaced yet, but I am making assumptions based on the Philips BDM4065UC) from the same mode on the same HDMI or Display Port. I had previously purchased a Samsung UN40JU7500 that I had to return because I hated the curve, the VA panel, and the bad input lag with 4:4:4 chroma in PC mode. The only way to get a halfway decent response time required the Samsung to be in game mode with limited chroma, similar to that of the Vizio. HDR would be a nice added feature on the Philips but I do not care so much as I will be replacing my TV with a 4k HDR set for video consumption. This monitor is hopefully going to replace my long standing Dell 3007WFP-HC as my main computer monitor for gaming, design work, programming, etc.
We all have different usage cases and hope those TV's work out great for you! Good luck :-D
Yeah, the price on the Dell is definitely higher but sometimes Dell has REALLY good sales on monitors. Someone in another thread mentioned that the Dell 34" ultrawide has been seen on Slickdeals for $500-$550 which is unheard of. I've also seen some nice sales on their 30" monitors back when those were king, you just have to be patient and wait for a deal to come around.
Saw some specs here. Sure that you'll have also.
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