Product Comparison: Dell P4317Q vs LG 43UD79
- Fantastic monitor with a extremely good screen.
- The resolution on games is stunning and pretty much hard to tell next to 4k.
- Size is great for doing multiple things at once or watching videos.
- The 43 inch monitor is super size for work and gaming.
- Image is superb quality, I really don't need something more for games.
- I got two of these beauties for editing on premiere pro in 4k and I have to say I'm in love with them.
- This is an excellent 43" monitor - works correctly out-of-the-box.
- Best thing I have ever brought. Love this huge monitor.
- Not too big or should I say, it is big enough. Easy to use and I don't need my glasses.
- Running at native 4K resolution text can be a bit small for comfort.
- There is a lot to like, the brightness and constrast are very nice.
- The image quality is great with great colour reproduction.
- Quality seems pretty good and I have done a bit of gameplay with quake champions and no ghosting visible to my aged eyes.
- Fantastic screen, extremely sharp and vivid. Looks and feels quality. Better than most in the market.
- Backlight is at best questionable. In the effort to shrink the bezel, they over-shrunk the backlight, so there is a sharply darkening band around the edge of the panel on all sides.
- The aspect ratio is that of a TV, whereas previously I had an ultra wide monitor.
- The display is excellent, no imperfections, great colour and response.
- The screen itself is vibrant and I haven't noticed any bleed or other artifacts.
- Screen is nicely matt to avoid the reflections one gets with gloss.
- Really impressive features and high quality image.
- Brilliant monitor. Mine was flawless, no faults, no dead pixels, no backlight bleed. The colours of this panel are excellent.
- Looks sharp, interface is not bad and I love that I get a headphone output and some speakers.
- The overall build of this monitor screams quality.
- Stand is very poor. It's not a standard VESA mount stand (the monitor has VESA holes on the back of it for a generic VESA mount, though). There is no sideways tilt.
- There is no height adjustment. The only height puts the monitor about 4" above the desk line which with a 43" monitor just means it will give you neck strain.
- I've no idea about how good these are for gaming, but for editing and watching movies, coding, browsing, etc. this is super.
- Controls are simple and the remote is a bonus. Working with 3D creation software is now a pleasure.
- The audio is frighteningly loud, I rarely need to push it over 10, but it goes up to 100.
- Great monitor for work in photoshop and also great for gaming.
- Can run at 120hz at 1080p which is much much better for gaming.
- Easy to connect and adjust everything in this minotor.
- Monitor comes with plenty of connections options to whatever set up you are using.
- Lots of ports for whatever your device you have.
- The last USB port is for power only, devices connected to it won't actually appear on the USB bus.
- Connectivity is ample but the ergonomics is not great. It's quite difficult to access the connection ports.
- It comes with 4 HDMI inputs so can presumably service 4 separate 1920x1080 inputs.
- Love it. It has no turner so I paired this with Firetv 4k stick. No more TV tax!
- I use USB-C type port for my MacBook Pro and everything is OK.
- It is really a lot of HDMI connections and PIP technology give way to use monitor with 4 devices.
- Easy to connect. Used Type-C to connect with MAC, Hdmi for PC.