+1! That's what i mean.It would be great to have a Multi input model with same Perfect Pixel bonus.
Originally Posted by levi1984
I compared my Achieva Shimian to an TN 27" LG with scaler (LG DM2780) and the input lag is between 40-50ms.
Can you compare with DVI, please? Hazro HZ27WC comes with ~8ms input lag, but it depends not only on the IPS panel. Soo better to have a real test result.
Originally Posted by jayhawknative
You said "Dead pixels problem affecting ALL monitors from this manufacture." which implies that there is A) a "dead pixel problem" and B) that that problem is affecting ALL monitors from this "manufacture" (manufacturer I assume you meant). My response was that I received a monitor "from this manufacture" without a single dead pixel. Therefore your statement that ALL monitors are affected by your fictional "dead pixels problem" is FALSE.
Or I'm just misinterpreting your bad engrish... Which is highly possible.
Every monitor of this manufacture can come with dead pixel. If your monitor is flawless, your are lucky! In high-end hardware there is about just 2% of flaw. But in Korea with lower quality control and A- class panels, that value is higher. So if you are not selecting the Perfect Pixel model, which only should come with no dead pixels in according to some seller's data, you will have a chance to get a little bit bad screen with some black\bright dots. "Zero Detect' option is just a some guarantee to have a 100% unbroken monitor (i mean unbroken stand, case, glass...) with up to 5 dead pixels.Edited by Master Freez - 3/18/12 at 3:50am