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So I'm looking to purchase a used Dell 3008WFP. The guy is asking $800, which I think may be a little steep, but I'd like opinions on that. If it is only a year old, the cheapest he probably paid for it was $1100-$1400. He's got all the cables and original packaging. It sounds like he didn't use it much at all because he's got a macbook that he lives on and the desktop sits neglected. Assuming the thing is in 'immaculate' condition like he says, what do you guys think? What's the shelf life on those LCDs? Should I expect several years of use? Would $800 be better towards a U2711? I'm a little concerned about all the fuss over the anti-glare coating.
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post #2 of 16
$800 is a little much.

every now and then zr30w's and u3011's pop up on ebay for less than $1,000 with warranties left.
with black friday coming up i suspect there's gonna be some refurbished u3011 coming up from dell.


if this one sold for $715 on ebay. i say $650 is fair.

i got my zr30w for $735 and the full 3 year warranty started after me owning it.


the 08wfp has high input lag compared to the 07.
    
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Thanks, good info. It is a revision A03. I can't find any definitive info regarding whether or not input lag issues were at least partially resolved since all the reviews on the A0 models. People seem to be arguing on both sides. I do play a fair amount of FPS. There are a few months left on warranty if that helps.

Dell refurbs have 90 day warranties right?
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post #4 of 16
yeah 90 day.

the 08 looks pretty nice. i prefer the look of the 07 and 08 over the u30 but for over $700+ i'd only consider the u30 and zr30...
that's too much money to lose without a warranty.
    
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post #5 of 16
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Another minor dilemma is that the hutch on my desk is about a half an inch too narrow for the 30" displays. Amazon has the U2711 new for $815 free shipping and no tax. If the guy won't go under $700, do you think that's a better buy? I know it's hard to compare 27" and 30". That's a lot of screen real estate. I'm already using a 25.5"
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post #6 of 16
I bought my U3011 in new open box condition on Ebay with no warranty for $840 shipped. It's given me no issues whatsoever in the 1.5 months I've had it. It's definitely a gamble, but if the seller's reputation is good then you probably won't have any problems.

By the way, 30" 2560x1600 is much, much bigger than 27" 2560x1440. The 3" and difference in aspect ratio is significant.
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i have a 4 foot (48") table. 30", 24" portrait x2. all floating on wall mounts. resolve your setup around what you want and not your budget. whatever you want can pop up in your budget. you can always get mounts or another desk later on.
    
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Originally Posted by aznofazns View Post
I bought my U3011 in new open box condition on Ebay with no warranty for $840 shipped. It's given me no issues whatsoever in the 1.5 months I've had it. It's definitely a gamble, but if the seller's reputation is good then you probably won't have any problems.

By the way, 30" 2560x1600 is much, much bigger than 27" 2560x1440. The 3" and difference in aspect ratio is significant.
your sig says zr30w....
    
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post #9 of 16
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Yeah that's why I called it a minor dilemma. Not going to base my $1000 monitor decision solely on a 5yr old $200 desk. The opening in the hutch doesn't have a back on it so I could pull the desk about 2" out from the wall and wall mount it with only a tiny amount of bezel covered up. Probably wouldn't hurt to have a 30" display another 8" further from my face. My monitor is 16:10 and I feel like I do prefer that to 16:9 after having used if for a couple years. I guess now it's just deciding if I want to try and negotiate with this guy to get down under $700, or to think about getting a new U3011 for $1100ish.
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Derp. I meant ZR30w.
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