Great size, beautiful resolution; you get what you pay for, but a good buy
My first monitor. Was a mistake, my computer is incapable for 4k gaming, but 4k video streaming is BEAUTIFUL. As for the build quality, the stand, base, and height adjustment slider are solid. You have to TRY to make the monitor wiggle. As for the picture quality, I don't have anything to compare it to. As far as I know, color may be incredibly accurate or inaccurate, but no complaints as far as brightness/contrast/color adjustability. Menu buttons (of which there are 6, are meh, not great but not so terrible I want to shoot myself every time I need to press them. That's a plus Only 2 cons. 1) Major light bleed. Very noticeable with a dark or black background, blank screen, and dark games (Dark Souls and Bloodborne are the only games I really notice it). It's only about .5 inch off each edge of the bezel, near 0 in the corners. 2) Do not. Use. The built in speakers. Just pretend they don't exist, and this won't be a con for this monitor. Like I said, you get what you pay for. For the price, not a bad entry-level 4k monitor, unless you can't stand light bleed on a black screen. 28 inches is a wonderful size, especially at QHD and UHD (wouldn't recommend this size at 1080p, as the pixels are larger and sharpness is a definite downgrade. I've owned this monitor for 2 years now, and I don't see myself upgrading any time soon and not just because other 28" 4k monitors are crazy expensive.