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My first "expensive" monitor - $500-550 budget

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So, I got a new job and at that new job I have three 30'' Apple Displays at my desk (the older models, but still bad a bad ass setup). My new company gives me a $500 equipment budget to blow every year, so I thought about getting something much nicer for my home setup (current running 2 crappy AOC monitors).

 

I've been looking at the 27'' 2560x1440 monitors, which I can get on NewEgg for around $350-400. I'm just not sure which one to buy or if I can utilize my budget a bit more and get a 30'' display within my price range. 

 

Any suggestions would help!

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If you want 30 in I bought the crossover 30in. Check ebay, I purchased a perfect pixel one for $560 shipped. I came from the lg 30 in and I think they use the same panel. I highly recomend it
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You wouldn't happen to have that seller information would you? I saw a thread here about them, but the only one I could find was like $700

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You wouldn't happen to have that seller information would you? I saw a thread here about them, but the only one I could find was like $700

They have since gone up in price, I think if you can snag 2 Korean 27" 1440ps for $500 that would be much better than a single 30".
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