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Lg's 27UK650 W combines Ultra HD 4K resolution (3840 x 2160) with IPS clarity. The 27 inch display offers versatility of two HDMI (2.0) ports for connectivity plus the Benefit of HDCP 2.2 compatibility for the ability to view a variety of 4K content sources. The brightness is 350 nits.

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5.0 out of 5 stars From the perspective of a technology manager, not a gamer.
By Tribeca Mikey on September 12, 2019
I am a CTO who has connected this to a 2018 Mac Mini and use it for both work and personal activities. I also have a mid 2015 MacBookPro which I love for the clarity of its retina display. I run the latest and greatest version of OSX (currently Mojave) on both of these machines. Prior to this purchase, I had the mini hooked up to a 23" 1900 x 1200 Apple Cinema Display circa 2002 (that is not a typo). It was surprisingly good but always made me wish I was looking at retina-quality output.

I'm taking the trouble to write this review because I found other people's reviews helpful in my decision to purchase this monitor (LG 27UK650-W 27). I've had it for 2 full work weeks, am extremely happy with it, and have avoided a lot of mistakes by reading other people's reviews. I'm paying it forward.

Advice:

1) use a DP cable not the HDMI cable; I used this and it worked immediately with no hassle: CHOETECH USB C to DisplayPort Cable 4K@60Hz, USB 3.1 Type C to DisplayPort Cable

2) be careful not to touch the front of the panel when unpacking it, moving it, adjusting its height or rotating the display; always do this from the top/bottom or the sides; it's not hard to do this - just be mindful

3) know that the display does not have speakers, just a stereo out jack

4) download the Onscreen Control app from LG's website; makes it easy to do the adjustments you will make most frequently

5) spend a little bit of time learning to use the joystick located underneath the bottom frame so that you can use the built-in Onscreen Control Center. This lets you do more advanced adjustments.

6) if you are using VMware Fusion (I run Windows 10 for certain things) you will need to go to the Virtual Machine => Settings => Display panel and deselect "Accelerate 3D Graphics" if you want to go full-screen with it. Otherwise it will be unusable. But you *can* can select "Accelerate 3D Graphics" and use Single Window mode. *** Subsequent correction: if you like you can leave "Accelerate 3D Graphics" selected and increase the amount of Shared Graphics Memory to the recommended amount (for me 1024MB).

7) familiarize yourself with how to use MacOS's Spaces (multiple desktops); you won't want to maximize your apps to full-screen; they're just too big. But you still may want to place apps in different desktops.

After connecting the DP to USB C adapter, turning on the monitor and powering up the Mac mini, it just worked. I knew I was in a good place when I entered System Preferences => Display and saw the same scaling choices as I see on my MBP. See the first image. The default resolution was too big for me (1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz). The second image shows my current choice (2560 x 1440 @ 60 Hz). Obviously screen resolution is a matter of personal taste; I find this to be the right trade-off between font size and screen real-estate. The text as I type this has the same clarity as my retina display but on a big monitor. I suppose I might decide to shrink the font smaller (3008 x 1692 @ 60 Hz) to get more real-estate. The point is that I have the choice - either one looks great.

Other Observations:
* Night shift works.
* Screen saver / sleep mode works.
* You will be surprised by how far away the menu bar at the top of the screen is from many of the apps
* As near as I can tell, the display has no dead pixels. Or maybe they're so tiny that I just can't see them.
* I don't see the IPS bleed that some people complain about. Both my Windows and my Mac backgrounds are black and I don't perceive bleed. (See two images).
* The stand feels sturdy to me.

I am not a gamer. I work with text and numbers all day long and my apps look great. Although I am not a graphic designer, I spend a lot of time on images and graphs and they look great to my eyes. I can't comment about the calibration of the display but the colors look good to me.

After 2 weeks of extensive use I'm a happy camper. Fingers crossed that the monitor's reliability is as great as its looks.

I hope this helps.

Just an update: after 6 weeks of using this monitor my view hasn't changed: I continue to love it.

Another update: 6 months in and no change to my review. Not a moment's problem with the hardware.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Panel edge bleed
Reviewed in Canada on October 23, 2018
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2.0 out of 5 stars Panel edge bleed
Reviewed in Canada on October 23, 2018
The monitor has a great picture but if you get one like mine (see picture) make sure you have Amazon replace it. I'm awaiting my replacement now. For a $550+ monitor, you'd expect this not to be an issue. I'm disappointed.

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I've since received 2 other replacements (total 3 monitors) and each of them has an issue with edge bleed. The pictures posted below of monitors 1, 2 and 3. I'm keeping the 2nd as it's the least affected. BUYER BEWARE when purchasing this monitor.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome monitor overall
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very good monitor among existing brands at this price point
Reviewed in India on April 28, 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very good monitor among existing brands at this price point
Reviewed in India on April 28, 2019
Iam quite happy with the performance of the monitor. LG 27UK650 4k IPS.

I had bought a benq 32" 4k VA monitor at 39k, but returned it due to poor performance. There was also a grey display bleed on it. The colour reproduction on it was not accurate, especially red. It was also too big for my eyes and got strain after using it. Remember that Pixel density matters and viewing distance. Decide for yourself on that.

LG monitor with IPS panel is much better. Iam using it with macbookpro 15" and didn't go for LG 27UK850 (43k price) as the only benefit in that is a usb-c port (and additional usb 3.0 ports often unused) with reverse charging. But if you use a single usb-c to HDMI port (good quality with 60hz at 3k price) it also works in the same way but no charging happens. And it is always good to use the original company charger for laptop for longer battery life than using low 60watts of reverse power in the case of LGUK850. Hence LGUK650 (33k price) was apt for me as I use an additional 2.1 speakers (better than ibuilt speakers), taking audio out from the monitor. The menu and the joystick is very intuitive and also easy for volume control. I also noted that audio switching in usb-c to usb-c sometimes doesn't work automatically (in benq) in utube.

Colour reproduction in this LGUK650 is superb and is at par with my macbookpro. Good contrast ratio. Sleek design and white back makes it even stunning especially for my led light bounced on the wall. Stand is also sturdy as I use a height adjustable table. I haven't figured out how to run the mac in clamshell mode without connecting power cable to laptop. Probably it doesn't work.

Go for LGUK850 only if you really need usb-c at that price point.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Corners are turning to red if the monitor is on for more than 3 hours
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good Performance for a reasonable price
Reviewed in India on October 5, 2019
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good Performance for a reasonable price
Reviewed in India on October 5, 2019
Let me start by saying this first: This is a good SDR monitor which is decent for HDR usage - It is not great.

I not going to waste time one reviewing the trivial stuff such as ergonomics and style - you can get that from anywhere on the web. I am going to focus on performance and colour reproduction

SDR performance
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This monitor has a really good SDR performance. It has good colour gamut and brightness and decent contrast ratio (1200:1 native). Colour really pop and it comes packed with several colour profiles. In my experience the most accurate - not the most good looking - profile is the SMPTE-C profile. However I switched to the 'Custom' profile and manually adjusted the other parameters like: colour temperature, rgb levels... and got a better result that has delta Es under 0.68.
The panel has pretty good gray uniformity, but the black uniformity is not that impressive; but, it is not a deal breaker, and you have to expect it from any consumer grade IPS panel.

HDR performance
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The monitor does suppoer HDR signals on both HDMI and Display Ports. It is not a true 10 bit panel; it uses 8 bit panel with FRC. This is pretty common now a days while HDR is still in its infancy. The thing is you wouldn't notice much of difference between true 10 bit and 8 bit+FRC for consumer applications. A true 10 bit panel only makes a difference for true professionals such as Colour graders, those in the photography industry, and movie industry who generate HDR content. If you only want consume HDR games and movies 8 bit+FRC should not be a concern; in fact, there are other more important considerations such as: brightness, contrast levels and black levels.

The peak brightness of this monitor is only 450 nits, while HDR specification requires at least 1000 nits. This is where it gets tricky. The HDR specification was originally developed with TVs in mind; they were not meant for PC monitors which sits much closer to your eyes. For PC monitor 1000nits brightness if unnecessary; such brightness levels could damage your eyes. This is why VESA came up with the DisplayHDR specifications that are meant for PC monitors. This new spec has 3 levels DisplayHDR 400, 600 and 1000 - the number indicating the target brightness level. So this monitor KIND OF meets the entry level DisplayHDR 400. I says kind of because while it meets the brightness level requirement, it does not meet other criteria listed in the specification - so this is not a DisplayHDR certified monitor.

Contrast levels should be around 10,000:1 for good HDR performance. This is required for showing details within dark areas; a lower contrast will result in the dark areas being too dark or grayish hiding away the details in them. Sadly, this monitor does not even come close to 10,000:1. The monitor only has 1200:1 contrast ratio. This is expected from IPS panels. VA panels on the other hand offers better contrast ratios and hence better rendering of black and dark scenes - but they suffer from bad viewing angles and does not provide great colour accuracy.

The black levels on this monitor is also not that great. In a dark room, blacks appear dark grey. It is not much of a problem in a moderately lit room. This is due to the lack of local dimming. There are IPS monitors with local dimming, but they are insanely expensive.

So the HDR performance is just decent. The main reasons by it fails to provide a great HDR experience are the lack of local dimming and average constrast ratio.

That being said, let me remind you one thing: HDR on PC monitors is in a messy state. I have not found any monitor that meets all the HDR criteria yet. Some new panels are expected to come out by mid-2020 that could improve this. But at the moment there is no point in wasting a lot of money for better HDR performance as the gains don't justify the price.

Gaming performance
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Very good monitor for gaming; at 5ms the response times are really great for casual and semi-pro gamers. The only serious limitation is the 60Hz max FPS. But then again, running modern games at 4K at even 60Hz would require a beast of a PC; so, I wouldn't worry about that for now.

If you are a professional gamer or mostly play fast paced games like CS, you should look elsewhere; this is not the monitor for you.

Multi-media performance
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This is a really great monitor for watching moives and streaming live sports coverage. The colours look really impressive and as long as you are not sitting in a really dark room, the black levels are also decent.

Even though the monitor is limited in its HDR rendering capabilities, it does manage to make a significant difference. I have watched several 4K HDR Hollywood movies and they looked amazing. I have found that sitting in a slightly lit room gives you the best experience with this monitor.

General usage performance
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Becasue of the high pixel density of this monitor everything is crisp and clear. You will notice no aliasing with text. In Windows a scaling factor of 150% is required to make texts readable.

Usual Issues with IPS
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Backlight bleeding: Backlight bleeding is when the LED backlight steals its way through the panel into the foreground. This usually manifests as a whiter or yellow tint around the edges. Sadly almost every IPS panel has this problem. And the panel I got hs this issues, although not very serious. I can see a tint of yellow in places along the bottom border. This appears to be caused by the bezel pushing a bit too much into the panel; indicating a manufacturing oversight. However this only becomes visible when brightness is increased above 50. However when in HDR mode, the monitor switches to high brightness and this bleed becomes noticeable, especially when the scene is dark. If the content you are viewing - games or movies - is not too dark or black it is not an issues. But when you are watching movie with top and bottom black bars, this yellow tint is a bit annoying.
One thing to remember here is when it comes to IPS there is a thing called panel lottery: no two panels are the same, it will depend of your luck; you may end up with a really good or a bad one or something in the middle.

IPS Glow: This monitor does have IPS glow as does any other IPS panel. Unless you are in really dark room and watching dark content at an angle, this wouldn't be a problem

Check the attached image: The whitish overlay is IPS glow. The yellow tint inside the red circle is Backlight bleed. NOTE: IPS glow and bleed always look exaggerated when photographed. It is not that profound when watched in person.

Usual Questions Regarding HDR:

1. Does this monitor support 4K HDR @ 60Hz over HDMI?
Yes, it does. The HDMI ports on this monitor are HDMI 2.0 and supports HDR meta data. One thing to remember is to enable ULTRA HD Deep Color from the monitor settings for the HDMI port you are using.

2. Does this monitor support 4K HDR @ 60Hz over Display Port?
Again, yes. Now this is something a lot of people seem to be confused about. LG data sheet says that the monitor has DisplayPort v1.2. Now the version 1.2 originally did not have any specification for HDR meta data; this was added only in Display Port 1.4. Now the thing is there are no Display Port 1.2 or Display Port 1.4 devices. These numbers - 1.2, 1.4 - are just versions of Display Port specification document. So a manufacturer could implement a device with a Display Port and implement some features from v1.2 and some from v1.4. This is what LG has done. They have implemented support for HDR metadata into this monitor. So if you connect this monitor to the display port of a source device (Console, PC ...) that also has implemented the HDR metadata support, it will accept 4K HDR signal at 60Hz. At the moment, GTX 10XX and newer cards support this. GTX 9 series does not have support for HDR meta data.

3. How to enable HDR on the monitor?
There is nothing to enable. When the monitor receives and HDR signal, it will automatically switch to HDR mode

4. How to enable HDR on Windows 10?
To use HDR on Windows, you have to first enable it. To do that go to Display Settings - you'll see a toggle there that says 'Play HDR Games and apps'. Just enabled it. Note that this will result in everything else in Windows will look washed out. This is normal and is a known problem when Windows tries to map SDR content to HDR colour space. Unfortunately there is no way around it. Hopefully Microsoft will come up with some solution.

Alternatives:
From my research, there is only one alternative around this price range:
Benq EW3270U - This is a VA panel and provides much deeper blacks and contrast ratio. But it has very limited brightness and viewing angles.

Summary:

A very good monitor for the price asked. Does support HDR at 4K 60Hz. Has common IPS issues like IPS Glow and Backlight bleeding - but nothing too serious. Very good SDR colour gamut. HDR performance is limited due to average contrast and brightness levels. Great viewing angles and pixel density.
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