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    Default Re: 27" 2560x1440 monitor ~$400 Ebay (not mine)

    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Wait till the power pack pops!
    Why would the power pack pop? its rated for US current (power) standards.

    BTW I am betting the people that have leaners dont have the bottom on quite right, it was a bit off until I tightened it properly.

    about 200 users had Issues you can straighten it up until you bump the desk or touch the bezel, Most are just getting aftermarket mounts for 29.99 that are adjustable from http://www.monoprice.com/

    the only differance in these and the Apple Cenima is that the apple are A rated those are A- the same rating Dell /others use.

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    Default Re: 27" 2560x1440 monitor ~$400 Ebay (not mine)

    For that Rez and price , Darn good deal.

    Whats the bad pixel count on returning it if a problem??

    Or is there one ?
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    Default Re: 27" 2560x1440 monitor ~$400 Ebay (not mine)

    I think it will be fine. It looks like a good screen too.

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    Default Re: 27" 2560x1440 monitor ~$400 Ebay (not mine)

    Quote Originally Posted by Irocing View Post
    For that Rez and price, Darn good deal.

    Whats the bad pixel count on returning it if a problem??

    Or is there one ?
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    It depends on what section of the screen they are in. I think 10 max across the whole thing. Check the link in the OP. The fact that they are so small though, idk if you can really tell unless ur looking hard for them or have really good eyes. On the other hand, it seems like you have to send it back to Korea if you did so it might not be worth it. Not many have been that bad though as far as i can tell. Most of the people reporting a couple at most (for which they bitch incessantly) and their other problems have been...user related, except 1 or 2 doa ones. That happens though even with Dell.

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    Default Re: 27" 2560x1440 monitor ~$400 Ebay (not mine)

    Quote Originally Posted by Rosco View Post
    It depends on what section of the screen they are in. I think 10 max across the whole thing. Check the link in the OP. The fact that they are so small though, idk if you can really tell unless ur looking hard for them or have really good eyes. On the other hand, it seems like you have to send it back to Korea if you did so it might not be worth it. Not many have been that bad though as far as i can tell. Most of the people reporting a couple at most (for which they bitch incessantly) and their other problems have been...user related, except 1 or 2 doa ones. That happens though even with Dell.
    Sometimes they can be rubbed out but I never researched or figured out how that works.

    Been lucky as to pixels on all mine.
    Mostly Sammy's.

    Later

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    Default Re: 27" 2560x1440 monitor ~$400 Ebay (not mine)

    all the monitors get made in the same slave labor LCD factory in China, they get the little kids to stick different labels and stickers on them so we can pay more!

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    Default Re: 27" 2560x1440 monitor ~$400 Ebay (not mine)

    I imagine text, icons etc would look very tiny at 2560x1440 on a 27"? I've been looking at these and comparing them to 120hz monitors.. some say 120hz will be more noticeable while others say the more desktop space you get from 2560x1440 is more important... what say you guys?

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    Looks pretty nice!

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    Default Re: 27" 2560x1440 monitor ~$400 Ebay (not mine)

    Quote Originally Posted by PC_User View Post
    Why would the power pack pop? its rated for US current (power) standards.

    BTW I am betting the people that have leaners dont have the bottom on quite right, it was a bit off until I tightened it properly.

    about 200 users had Issues you can straighten it up until you bump the desk or touch the bezel, Most are just getting aftermarket mounts for 29.99 that are adjustable from HDMI Cable, Home Theater Accessories, HDMI Products, Cables, Adapters, Video/Audio Switch, Networking, USB, Firewire, Printer Toner, and more!

    the only differance in these and the Apple Cenima is that the apple are A rated those are A- the same rating Dell /others use.
    heat

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    Default Re: 27" 2560x1440 monitor ~$400 Ebay (not mine)

    The power pack is barely warm to the touch and its jammed back in a cubby hole incubating. The monitor it self is cooler than the samsung by far. WQHD gaming rocks

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    Default Re: 27" 2560x1440 monitor ~$400 Ebay (not mine)

    I almost got one.... ended up bidding on a 47" LG HDTV instead.

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    Default Re: 27" 2560x1440 monitor ~$400 Ebay (not mine)

    Does this 27" have an HDMI in?

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    Default Re: 27" 2560x1440 monitor ~$400 Ebay (not mine)

    Quote Originally Posted by Lil' Dead View Post
    I imagine text, icons etc would look very tiny at 2560x1440 on a 27"? I've been looking at these and comparing them to 120hz monitors.. some say 120hz will be more noticeable while others say the more desktop space you get from 2560x1440 is more important... what say you guys?
    I have a Dell 2011 30" with 2560 x 1600 resolution, I keep it at this setting all the time, and never have a hard time reading text. Mine has DVI-D with HDCP, HMDI, and Display Port. 1 USB Upstream, and 4 USB Down stream

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    Default Re: 27" 2560x1440 monitor ~$400 Ebay (not mine)

    Quote Originally Posted by AZ-J View Post
    Does this 27" have an HDMI in?
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