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Poll Results: Vote when your Achieva/Catleap monitor comes in.

 
  • 41% (232)
    Achieva QH270
  • 2% (12)
    Achieva QH270 (DOA / didn't recieve)
  • 8% (46)
    Achieva QH270 (Dead pixel(s) / flawed panel)
  • 40% (224)
    Catleap Q270
  • 1% (8)
    Catleap Q270 (DOA / didn't recieve)
  • 5% (33)
    Catleap Q270 (Dead pixel(s) / flawed panel)
555 Total Votes  
post #381 of 4784
My monitor's in the next town over! I don't get home til 7ish ><, hope they deliver before 10...

or else i'll not get it tomorrow
post #382 of 4784
He keeps on slowly dropping the price on the tempered glass one, anybody know why? It's even cheaper than the one without the glass.
post #383 of 4784
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Originally Posted by CrazzyRussian View Post

He keeps on slowly dropping the price on the tempered glass one, anybody know why? It's even cheaper than the one without the glass.

My guess would be staying on top of his competition, which seasoned Ebay sellers do all the time. Or he may be trying to establish clearer price brackets for the different models he's carrying, can't say for sure though.

Another thing to consider, never look a gift horse in the mouth wink.gif
post #384 of 4784
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Guys, I purchased and paid for this monitor last night for $550. Dream-seller raised the price to $772 immediately afterwards, and this morning they sent me this message via eBay:
We checked your transaction record
and could see that the transaction was made on Feb 27th and the payment was
sent on the same day. So we sent your transaction record with other buyers
to the manufacturers of Archieva to dispatch today morning. But they
answered back to us that this model, QH270-IPSMDP won't be produced
temporarily for some reasons and we don't know the reason exactly yet.
What a crock of BS. If you see his feedback, he has a history of raising the price after an item is bought and relisting, then telling the buyer it's out of stock. For now I sent him a Danawa link calling him on his BS that this monitor is not being manufactured. Just wanted to let you guys know what kind of seller you're dealing with here.
Dude that's ebay man. I remember getting that sexy copper heatsink that they gave with the i7 965 for $6 on ebay while it usually sold there for a buy it now of $25. The seller told me that he was out of stock when he clearly wasn't because he was selling a few more.
dreamseller made a pricing accident and though that loyalty to one wasn't worth the $180 loss, I don't blame him. Most retailers besides a very few don't sell their items when somebody bought it for a much lower price because of a pricing error. But yeah, I hate when that happens.
post #385 of 4784
no such thing as pricing accident. he's just inflating the price because of demand. if he canceled my transaction, i'd serve him with a negative feedback.


and if i really need the monitor, make another ebay account and buy at new price biggrin.gif
    
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post #386 of 4784
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Just buy the $400 IPSB model. That's where the real value's at, and he can't shaft anyone because of competition from dcSamsungMall.


But ya, he's the average eBay dealer. The fact I knew alot more about the monitor's specs than he did shows that: don't trust him too much. Since this thread is bringing him so much traffic, I should threaten to put down the monitor in a review if he starts hiking up prices.
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post #387 of 4784
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Just buy the $400 IPSB model. That's where the real value's at, and he can't shaft anyone because of competition from dcSamsungMall.
But ya, he's the average eBay dealer. The fact I knew alot more about the monitor's specs than he did shows that: don't trust him too much. Since this thread is bringing him so much traffic, I should threaten to put down the monitor in a review if he starts hiking up prices.

I would, except I'd really prefer a model with HDMI since
I connect my Xbox to my monitor since I don't have a TV. If push comes to shove though I guess I can always connect it to my old monitor, but it'd be kind of a shame if I couldn't use it for that.
post #388 of 4784
Thats too bad about that 550 monitor. I was really considering buying it. Hypothetically if the price didn't hike up would this had been a worth while investment? 550 for a 27 inch IPS with all those inputs sounds like it would have been a great deal.
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post #389 of 4784
After my 2 monitors sell on craigslist, I'm picking up a IPSB model. I'm looking forward to seeing some more reviews.


Correct me if i'm wrong, but the IPSB model does NOT have an OSD right?
post #390 of 4784
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After my 2 monitors sell on craigslist, I'm picking up a IPSB model. I'm looking forward to seeing some more reviews.
Correct me if i'm wrong, but the IPSB model does NOT have an OSD right?
Yup, no menu, just brightness settings and volume settings if you choose the one with speakers.
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