After the wave of cheap 27” monitors from South Korea hit Ebay, a number of vendors started to offer their own cheaper models. One of the first models, and one that I reviewed here, was the VUE27 from Nixeus. Now they have released their newest version, the VUE27D. Stripping the input selection down to a single DisplayPort input, the VUE27D reaches for an even lower price point than before. With all the changes in the display marketplace over the past year, how will the VUE27D fare today?
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