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Originally Posted by Goodfella View Post

I keep reading how some of you are getting these monitors delivered in 3 days. I bought one from green-sum last Thursday and have not received any updates at all up to this point sadsmiley.gif Gonna be sending him/her a message to find out what's going on.

dont fret dude , i got mine within about a week , maybe not as fast as some , but way faster than the estimated ship date
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So here are the details on my shipping. I ordered the Yamakasi Catleap Q270 Multi from green-sum on thursday night. It was shipped on the 30th of March and I just received it a couple hours ago so a total of 3 business days. I live in Canada and requested the package be declared for $100 as a gift and it went through customs and whatnot and when my brother received it today there were no custom fees. I'll post pics later tonight when I get home. Scribby I'm not sure if the fact that it was declared for $100 could help out the OP faqs but it may give other Canadians an idea.

I have to buy a power cable and will probably let you guys now how things go on the weekend.
post #2093 of 11298
Hello, first post!

Can anyone confirm this monitor will work with a late 2008 Macbook Pro? Max resolution quoted for external monitors is 2560 x 1600. Video card is 9600M GT 256MB. Don't want to overclock (blasphemous, I know), just use it as an external display in clamshell mode using a Display Port to DVI-D cable.

Thanks to any and all who can help!

joi
post #2094 of 11298
Has anyone calibrate these catleaps with the proper equipment? I would totally love a profile.
post #2095 of 11298
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Originally Posted by Aquineas View Post

Just a standard three-prong pc power cable, which, if you're like me, you probably have laying around your home already.

Yeah, it's in the OP. However it is confusing seeing as the pics keep showing a dc adapter input. I've yet to see a picture with an AC plug.
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Has anyone calibrate these catleaps with the proper equipment? I would totally love a profile.

In this post, there's a section on Monitor Calibration (you will have to expand it).

Okay I got mine.

  • both are C models
  • both have AG coating
  • The text on these bad-boys makes my old Samsung Syncmaster 2443 look like an old Radio Shack Color Computer TV display
  • 7970 recognized it as "Generic PnP Monitor" and immediately and set resolution to 2560x1440 automatically
  • Haven't tried to OC yet; gotta figure out how to do that (yes, I know there's a post somewhere, I just need to dig back through the thousands of posts over the last few weeks and find it).
  • The packaging smelled as if it was soaked in a plastic toxic chemical dump.
  • Yes monitor stands are wobbly, though they don't bother me too much because: a) I've got a dual stand coming, and b) my desk is a built-in so it's pretty solid.
  • I can't test eyefinity yet until I get the adapter
  • Oh, and one more thing: Mine both have an audio input plug? Haven't tested to see if that means speakers or not..
  • Mine too leans to the right.

Edited by Aquineas - 4/3/12 at 1:53pm
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Well this is awkward. Left to wash my car and found my tempered glass unstuck from the monitor and on my desk.
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Well this is awkward. Left to wash my car and found my tempered glass unstuck from the monitor and on my desk.
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o_O

It didn't break?
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o_O
It didn't break?

It sounds like a glass panel when I tap it with my finger but nope it didn't break tongue.gif I'll just store the glass somewhere. It's not much better to have it on, just looks shiny and I can see my reflection sometimes.
post #2100 of 11298
[*] both have AG coating


!!! This is the second report of people receiving Catleaps with AG. Can someone comment? I thought these Korean IPS monitors were all glossy. This is the one selling point for me over domestic IPS screens is that these 27" IPS are glossy. I would be emo if mine comes in with AG.
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