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27" 1440p is getting mainstream now.... (must find 30" 1800p)...

I'm debating to sell my Apple Cinema 27" to get 3 Catleap. Maybe... =/
ACD is pixel perfect and color perfect... I'm sure if I have the Catleap side by side, I would say the Catleap will be a bit worse but the good side it has better Hz respond time than ACD for gaming.
Edited by djriful - 6/18/12 at 10:03pm
 
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27" 1440p is getting mainstream now.... (must find 30" 1800p)
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27" 1440p is getting mainstream now.... (must find 30" 1800p)
'

1600p 30 inch is the next one. tongue.gif
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27" 1440p is getting mainstream now.... (must find 30" 1800p)
'

1600p 30 inch is the next one. tongue.gif

U3011 dell has it.. I want beyond that.
http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=us&cs=04&l=en&sku=224-9949
 
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Selling my Samsung 43" Plasma tomorrow and I can't seem to find information on buying a Catleap 2B from this site. I know there's a limited supply right now but where would I find info on finding out where the supply update and place to purchase it when it does?
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Just a warning for future potential buyers.. I recently bought one..

If you decided to use the VESA wallmounts (which I might add the onky way to get to them is to physically take the screen apart) this is the reply you will get:

Hello,

If the monitor have problem, Need to let us know and take proper warranty.

In this situation, the problem is you've disassembled item without any confirm or agree.

We cannot provide warranty for that. You should requested to us replacing or repair about the stand.

The link from you, - http://www.overclock.net/t/1225919/yamakasi-catleap-monitor-club# - is not our answer about stand.

The problem while in re-assemble causes, we cannot care.

Actually, every manufacturer and seller does same thing. Without any proper use, open the inside of body, ans re-assemble,

can be avoided from warranty.

We hope you can fully understand our situation.

Thank you.

This was the response from Green-sum

Needless to say the response enfuriated me. I understand that you are not supposed to open up an item which will void the warrnty, but then why have such an absolute stupid stand? If you push the monitor it actually wobbles on a stand fixed with two screws into a see-through perspex stand???? It also leans forward quite a lot..

My advice is rather save up for a better quality monitor with proper warranty than take a chance on this. Or check the monitor before you mount it. If it is DOA and mounted you are screwed...like me! I just didnt feel at all comfortable with that crappy stand and this IPS monitor leaning forward looking like it can fall over at any time.

I will esculate this at ebay customer protection.
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Can't you put the stand back on?
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Yes I can but I doubt if a replacement will have a better stand.. I think its the same stand all round..
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The problem is that I took extra special care with lifting the bezel but doesnt matter how carefull you work it will still show slight marks as the plastic of the bezel is very soft. So it shows....
post #5020 of 11285
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Originally Posted by Eldred View Post

Just a warning for future potential buyers.. I recently bought one..
If you decided to use the VESA wallmounts (which I might add the onky way to get to them is to physically take the screen apart) this is the reply you will get:
Hello,
If the monitor have problem, Need to let us know and take proper warranty.
In this situation, the problem is you've disassembled item without any confirm or agree.
We cannot provide warranty for that. You should requested to us replacing or repair about the stand.
The link from you, - http://www.overclock.net/t/1225919/yamakasi-catleap-monitor-club# - is not our answer about stand.
The problem while in re-assemble causes, we cannot care.
Actually, every manufacturer and seller does same thing. Without any proper use, open the inside of body, ans re-assemble,
can be avoided from warranty.
We hope you can fully understand our situation.
Thank you.
This was the response from Green-sum
Needless to say the response enfuriated me. I understand that you are not supposed to open up an item which will void the warrnty, but then why have such an absolute stupid stand? If you push the monitor it actually wobbles on a stand fixed with two screws into a see-through perspex stand???? It also leans forward quite a lot..
My advice is rather save up for a better quality monitor with proper warranty than take a chance on this. Or check the monitor before you mount it. If it is DOA and mounted you are screwed...like me! I just didnt feel at all comfortable with that crappy stand and this IPS monitor leaning forward looking like it can fall over at any time.
I will esculate this at ebay customer protection.

 

If you didn't test the monitor before you fitted the stand then how do you know it was DOA, you might have done the damage fitting the stand ?

 

I can tilt (forward/back) my monitor on the default stand that comes with it. I know the stand is not great at all, but I have a very solid table and don't feel the need to change it yet  lol

 

 

There is clearly risks buying one of these monitors and sorry but I think the seller has the right to refuse warranty in this case.(opening up most electronics will void the warranty)

 

I know it is not what you want to hear, sorry.

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