Originally Posted by Snupple
Trying to decide 27Q or 2720mdp, but still not sure what the difference are?
2720MDP GOLD LED (product page)
LCD type: LG S-IPS 10-bit LED
Viewable image size: 27.0"
Pixel area: 0.2331mm²
Max brightness: 420 cd/m²
Contrast ratio: 1000:1
Color support: 1 billion
Color gamut: 72%
Resolution: 2560 × 1440 @ 60Hz
Horizontal frequency: 30 ~ 81kHz
Vertical frequency: 56 ~ 75Hz
Response time: 6ms (GTG)
Viewing angle: 178°/178°
Video ports: (1) DVI (dual-link), (1) Display Port, (2) HDMI, (1) D-sub, Component
Additional ports: SPDIF, PC audio
Speaker: 14W (7W+7W, stereo)
Power source: DC 24V 5A
Power consumption: 95W (max), 65W (nominal), 3W (standby)
VESA support: Yes (100 x 100 mm)
Display measurements: 650 (W) X 405 (H) X 490 (T) mm
Main differences I see...10-bit panel. DP, HDMI, DSUB, and Component. All adds to input lag. speakers as well. But really, really bad ones from all reviews. Supposedly more color support due to being 10bit.
It's also a decent bit more expensive, as far as I can see.
Still, I didn't know about that 10bit...
Kinda wishing I had ordered it almost.
But all those extra inputs...damn.
Just 1 HDMI alone more than doubles the input lag.
But 2 HDMI, Display Port, DVI-D, D-Sub, and Component? That thing must have like 100ms input lag!
Great for oh, picture editors, design artists ,but I guess it would be crap for gaming.