Top positive review
It's AMAZING! Do. Your. Research.
Reviewed in the United States on January 20, 2021
First let me start by saying if you are looking at a $300+ monitor, you obviously want to get your moneys worth.
That being said, I looked into getting a Samsung or LG because they are known for their superior panel technology. Upon diving a little deeper into panel specs I figured the specs on this guy match or exceed the panel specs of some of the more expensive Samsung or LG monitors.
I see a lot of people saying they wish it was IPS. IPS panels are also known for their relatively good black reproduction, which helps eliminate the “washed out” look you get with TN panels. However, IPS panels fall short of the excellent contrast ratios you’ll find on VAs. (this is from How-to-Geek)
What you need to focus on when buying a monitor (for productivity - can't comment on gaming) so you don't see pixilation in text or images is PPI - this monitor has 106PPI. This is on par with higher priced UWQHD monitors and in a few instances exceeds it; albeit by a single PPI or two. If you want more information on panel technology and specs head to panelbook.com and search for the monitor you want to buy so you can compare and contrast what you are really buying. Don't be fooled by the nice stands, RGB lighting (stupid to have on a monitor), and other gimmicky marketing terms.
All in all, this is a good monitor for the price and you'll be hard pressed to find these specs at this price point.