My LG 43UD79 has died after a gradual decline. I never liked it that much anyway because of the fall off at the edges. So time to replace it.
Looking at the current 43” panels (Asus and acer), both are BGR subpixel layout and expensive. The 2019 LG OLED panels just received gsync support which is awesome, and also indicates some confidence from LG when it comes to burn-in (right?).
Anyway, I am ready to pull the trigger on a 55” B9, but I wanted to check here first to see if there’s some gotcha that I’ve missed. The only caveat I can see is that I will have to wait a bit for a DisplayPort 1.4 to HDMI 2.1 adapter, but I am fine with that. The panel is definitely overkill for me, but at the price point, I don’t see why I would go with the acer or Asus unless there’s an advantage I’ve overlooked.
@wendell, after your experience with the Asus XG438Q, how do you feel about this idea?