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    Question Need monitor for my laptop...

    I'm currently looking for a big 27" or greater monitor to hook into my laptop for productivity tasks. Idea is when at home need to do some programming work, I will switch to bigger screen using my laptop. Monitor type can be a wide screen 16:9 ratio or ultra wide 21:9 ratio.

    For ports, it must have DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI 2.0 support so that I can have a higher resolution with 60Hz refresh rate when I connect with my laptop. Thou my current laptop only have HDMI 1.4, I'll soon be getting a laptop with HDMI 2.0 and probably a Mini DisplayPort support. So I want this future proofing.

    Budget is not an issue for now.

    Is there any monitor in our market that meets my criteria?

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    dell 25" 1440p monitor... i think there are some asus samsung alternative

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    dell 25" 1440p monitor... i think there are some asus samsung alternative
    any exact model?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABDmaster View Post
    any exact model?
    i forgot model number.... there is only one i think dell 25" 1440p with 60hz 5ms response... contact ryans/startech or smart

    for asus i think 32k 1440p, below 32k i dont think any 1440p avail

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    Currently cheapest 1440p is ASUS VX24AH => 24K @ StarTech 26K @ OSGS
    If you consider getting 1440p within 27" you have to spend around 40~50K

    Ask @VANGUARD vai, if UCC brings any 27" with 1440p res.
    Last edited by Iskander; November 18th, 2016 at 18:21.

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    I went to IDB today went thru various shops. Only few has 27" or greater sized monitor. Most have max resolution of 1080p. However found two 28" 4K monitors which almost serves my purposes. One is from Asus, another from Samsung, both available at Ryans, priced at 50K. Going to check and see some reviews then probably decide one.

    On the sidenote, at global brand they seemed to have a ASUS 34" ultrawide monitor. Was getting very excited until I heard a price of 1.6 laks ..... opppss....!!!

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    about the 4k asus cheap monitor, read the reviews... coz i read one of asus 4k monitor is very cheap but so well made reviewers couldnt first realized it's a TN panel xD.
    about samsung, if i can recall correctly when i went to ryans there was some very expensive 1440p samsung monitors which didnt even have hdmi, they only had dvi, i asked the employee there they couldnt answer properly. so, i guess you should read lot of reviews before you even start thinking about samsung.


    Quote Originally Posted by ABDmaster View Post
    I went to IDB today went thru various shops. Only few has 27" or greater sized monitor. Most have max resolution of 1080p. However found two 28" 4K monitors which almost serves my purposes. One is from Asus, another from Samsung, both available at Ryans, priced at 50K. Going to check and see some reviews then probably decide one.

    On the sidenote, at global brand they seemed to have a ASUS 34" ultrawide monitor. Was getting very excited until I heard a price of 1.6 laks ..... opppss....!!!

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    Viewsonic 24" 4k PLS screen coming soon

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    24" 4k sounds weird but for BD its good... no luxury vat i hope..

    can somebody confirm me if there is still luxury vat on less 25" monitors and tv? i thought govt un-vat those, but still 24" is expensive compared to cheap 22"
    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    Viewsonic 24" 4k PLS screen coming soon

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    anything above 21.5" has 62% vat.


    Viewsonic 24" 4k will be no less than 30k.

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    There is already a 4k 24" samsung monitor in the market which costs only 33k. Pretty cheap .

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    I thought the vat doesn't work that way. Above 22inch, now AFAIK 5k tax?

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    MY GOD 62%?
    thats ridiculous... at least it shouldnt start below 30".

    i guess i heard wrong info, i heard its only 4k-5k bdt vat now for 22"-25" monitor... sad

    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    anything above 21.5" has 62% vat.


    Viewsonic 24" 4k will be no less than 30k.

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    As far as I know, the VAT duty fees are prefaced here

    http://hsiabd.com/12-frequently-aske...t-customs-tax/

    This still applies right?

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    this only indicates 5k bdt vat for 25"
    which is more like 30% not 60%.

    29" monitors in BD are way too expensive, so either they lie about the vat or this vat statistics is wrong. because if there was only 5k bdt vat on 29" there is no way 29" would be so expensive

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    As far as I know, the VAT duty fees are prefaced here

    http://hsiabd.com/12-frequently-aske...t-customs-tax/

    This still applies right?

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    Most 22 inch monitors we use are 21.5, should they even count ? :/

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