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I'll pay more for a NEC than this any day. At least I get 16:10.
What's up with going mainstream 16:9 Asus?

1: Money

2: Trends
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Let me know when they release a 2500x1600 @120hz with 2ms response times.

Now that I've had a taste of 120hz I'm never going back.
Edited by Tippy - 1/29/12 at 5:09pm
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I decided to pick up this beast instead. http://gaming.benq.com/gaming-monitor/xl2420t
 
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Let me know when they release a 2500x1600 @120hz with 2ms response times.
Now that I've had a taste of 120hz I'm never going back.

Agreed. 120Hz changed everything for me. I seriously LOVE my Samsung....
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What's up with going mainstream 16:9 Asus?


I'm guessing they don't fab their own panels and are sourcing them from some one who is making 16:9 panels....
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Nothing wrong with 16:9 IMO...
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I want a 30'', 2560x1600 IPS monitor, with 0.01s response time. 240HZ. Full color gamut. OLED.

For 350$.

...A man can dream. Or a super thin CRT with the same specs...oh how I wish CRT's would make a come back.
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post #108 of 141
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Question is on this new Asus is what is the delay? The samsung http://www.samsung.com/us/computer/monitors/LS27A850DS/ZA-features at 5ms is the best I've seen so far at the 2560 resolution. If the asus is also 5 I'll stick with the samsung. Question is what does the new 1200 dollar samsung http://www.samsung.com/us/computer/monitors/LS27A850DS/ZA-features what will it give us in terms of response time. If it is over 5ms then why pay that premium of 1200? The dells 27"-30" 6-7ms response time was a deal breaker for me. Just too much noticeable ghosting for fps games. I really like the 120hz monitors speed ability but locked at 1080p is just too much for a single 27" monitor. I'll take the higher resolutions and minor ghosting at this stage just waiting to see what these new monitors offer for response times.Otherwise the 5ms of the S27A850D is the best available right now for overall speed with fantastic resolution.

You can't get an idea of a monitor's actual response time from a spec sheet because each company tests their monitors in different ways. Today the newer monitors use response time compensation (RTC) to speed up the response times and it can be adjusted by the manufacturer. RTC is usually not included in the response time number. Since most of these companies use the same panel the only difference is how aggressive they tune their RTC. Too much RTC can create artifacts like dark shadows ahead of the moving object. It's best to check reviews to get an idea of what the actual response time is like.
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I'll pay more for a NEC than this any day. At least I get 16:10.
What's up with going mainstream 16:9 Asus?

Most of NEC's monitors use the same LG panels as Dell, HP, Apple, Hazro, and ASUS. NEC might have more stringent acceptance criteria which means higher quality panels at a higher price.

The next 16:10 step up from 24" is 30" which is probably a market they don't want to compete in yet. In the future they might have a lineup similar to Dell's or HP's.
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My next monitor will definitely be a 27" IPS or greater.

This^^

Although since im currently using a 32 inch TV, I couldn't see myself going smaller than 30 inches.

But with a resolution like that, as well as IPS, 120Hz and hopefully Super AMOLED in the future, I would change my screen.
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I want to upgrade to this and replace my 4 year old monitor. A 27" Monitor is a decent size from pictures to gaming quality. I have researched and found throughout this thread that most other IPS monitors at the same res and screen size they are well expensive. Really you are paying for the quality. Hopefully, not more than $1000. thumb.gif
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