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I was seriously considering the DELL U2711, but this Asus monitor has left me undecided..I like Asus' products.
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I was seriously considering the DELL U2711, but this Asus monitor has left me undecided..I like Asus' products.

Dell's warranty service on their premium panels and quality control is better.
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This is great news for those it's being marketed to! Gamers need not apply, though Asus's other ProArt models do well in that arena too. This will be a week 1 purchase for me since I toggle between gaming and photography. As far as gaming immersion goes, Color Accuracy > 120hz in my book.
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Why 2560 x 1440 resolution? Who benefit from it?
    
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Why 2560 x 1440 resolution? Who benefit from it?

Me...and a ton of others for photo/video edit, daily web browsing, multitasking, etc...how could you not?
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I agree. Glossy > matte displays by a mile.
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Why 2560 x 1440 resolution? Who benefit from it?

Gaming at 2560 res is where its at. Why bother getting great PC components/GPUs if you're using a cheesy 23" 1080p panel wink.gif Unless you're doing triple monitor.
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Thats what Im talking about. No sense in upgrading to a 27 unless its higher than 1080p...
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Wait!? It that a glossy panel, 2560 x 1440 resolution and LPS monitor all in one? wubsmiley.gif
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post #40 of 141
If it's $500 I would buy one.
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