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Going Big: 40 Glorious inches of 4k with the Philips BDM4065UC



A couple of weeks ago I bought a behemoth 40 inch 4k monitor, the Philips BDM4065UC. It's a relatively cheap 4k monitor that is massive and as it turns out 40 inches is the perfect resolution to be running for a 4k display. In this post I'll describe what it's like to run a 40" display and provide a few details about this particular monitor.
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