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Originally Posted by mm99 View Post

[*] 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.

Yeah, no idea how that works. I think the non-ag would have bothered me, to be honest, so I'm not complaining. Here is what I bought for 358.60.

The star of this display is the panel. The bezel is cheap (mine is even warped a bit), the stand is cheap, the connectors are cheap. I love it though!
post #2102 of 11297
Aquineas can you post pics of yours? In a well lit room please.
post #2103 of 11297
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Originally Posted by mm99 View Post

[*] 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.

+1

Also, I'd hope we can assume that all the models with the "tempered glass" are glossy... wouldn't it kinda defeat the purpose to have an AG coating with glass? Can those of you who got the version with the tempered glass confirm that it is not AG?
post #2104 of 11297
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Originally Posted by ezmo85 View Post

+1
Also, I'd hope we can assume that all the models with the "tempered glass" are glossy... wouldn't it kinda defeat the purpose to have an AG coating with glass? Can those of you who got the version with the tempered glass confirm that it is not AG?

Mine is glossy underneath it's glossy tempered glass.
post #2105 of 11297
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Originally Posted by teraflame View Post

Aquineas can you post pics of yours? In a well lit room please.

I will do so when I get the adapter and have both monitors going. Also, I'm expecting the dual stand in the next couple of days, and someone else had asked for a photo of that, so I'll kill two birds with one stone.
Edited by Aquineas - 4/3/12 at 5:17pm
post #2106 of 11297
Hey guys I opened it up but have no computer to hook it up to so I'll be testing my PS3 on it. One thing I noticed was inside the box, but not inside the monitor box, there was a little adapter and it fit onto the Korean power cable so I'm guessing I'll be able to run the monitor w/o having to buy anything. Has anyone received something like this from green-sum? Here are some pictures:

http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/72/img2265fq.jpg/
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/818/img2268qa.jpg/
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/706/img2269uu.jpg/

Would it be safe to use this?
post #2107 of 11297
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Originally Posted by darrenb123 View Post

Hey guys I opened it up but have no computer to hook it up to so I'll be testing my PS3 on it. One thing I noticed was inside the box, but not inside the monitor box, there was a little adapter and it fit onto the Korean power cable so I'm guessing I'll be able to run the monitor w/o having to buy anything. Has anyone received something like this from green-sum? Here are some pictures:
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/72/img2265fq.jpg/
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/818/img2268qa.jpg/
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/706/img2269uu.jpg/
Would it be safe to use this?

Green-sum seems to include that with all their monitors; I got one as well, but had the north american version of the AC power cord handy anyways so I didn't bother using it. It should be perfectly safe to use that to power the monitor from a north american socket.
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post #2108 of 11297
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Originally Posted by siberx View Post

Green-sum seems to include that with all their monitors; I got one as well, but had the north american version of the AC power cord handy anyways so I didn't bother using it. It should be perfectly safe to use that to power the monitor from a north american socket.

K sweet, I'm going to use this just to test out the monitor until I buy a 3 prong power cord. Thanks.
post #2109 of 11297
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Originally Posted by darrenb123 View Post

Hey guys I opened it up but have no computer to hook it up to so I'll be testing my PS3 on it. One thing I noticed was inside the box, but not inside the monitor box, there was a little adapter and it fit onto the Korean power cable so I'm guessing I'll be able to run the monitor w/o having to buy anything. Has anyone received something like this from green-sum? Here are some pictures:
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/72/img2265fq.jpg/
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/818/img2268qa.jpg/
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/706/img2269uu.jpg/
Would it be safe to use this?

I used it myself but not for the Catleap, tested it out on my old 2009WA and it worked fine. I didn't use it for very long but I think it'll be fine until you get the replacement.
post #2110 of 11297
Can anyone speak to these monitors reliability? Should I get a squaretrade warranty? In my experience, monitors are pretty solid, but I've never had a generic-ish one. I understand the panel is quality, but are the rest of the cheaper components more likely to cause problems in the future?
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