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Just be nice, contact the seller and see if they can resolve it first.

Most of the sellers say they will pay shipping to return or ship a new one.
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post #292 of 624
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Originally Posted by eternal7trance View Post

Just be nice, contact the seller and see if they can resolve it first.
Most of the sellers say they will pay shipping to return or ship a new one.

Yes, I messaged him and I'm waiting for a reply, I will come back here and let you guys know what happened.

From this seller's ebay product info:

"All returned products must be UNUSED, ORDER FREE, and PACKED IN ORIGINAL PACKAGE. Please note that you are responsible for returning postage fee, if you decided not to keep the product by changing your mind."

Hopefully I won't be responsible for paying the postage fee since I'm returning it not because I changed my mind but because it arrived broken.
post #293 of 624
Did you provide those pics with the message you sent?
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Did you provide those pics with the message you sent?

Yes I did.
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Yes I did.

There should be no doubt you will be reimburse.
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post #296 of 624
The shipping from mine was only paper wrapping around the box. Had holes on the box, luckily no damage. They should really wrap these better, the other monitors seem to be wrapped better by the same sellers.
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I ordered mine from bigclothcraft on Thursday and DHL had it to my doorstep on Monday. As far as packaging, it was very similar to biassj' description. Mine was wrap with a roll of brown paper. There were some slight tears on the brown paper and the box for the monitor was damaged in the areas beneath the torn paper, but the monitor was in perfect condition.

The powerbrick that was included was the same WELLTRONICS model that everyone else has been getting lately (110-240V), and only gets slightly warm to the touch. I'm extremely satisfied with the picture quality and there's no dead/stuck/bright pixels, so... I'm a happy camper!
post #298 of 624
Typing while looking on my "perfect pixel" screen from bigclothcraft.

Ordered Friday -> shipped Monday -> received yesterday -> DHL -> got charged an extra $35 for tax and fees...

Packaging was mediocre. Brown paper on top of the factory box. Would not count on that to protect from damage, especially since inside the display is held on place only from the sides, and the screen surface is exposed to any kind of bad luck that might poke around.

The bezel looks better in person than on the photos. Quite stylish actually, if not for the PCBANK logo. That can probably be removed though.
The stand is stable, though a bit on the short side. Rotates about 45 degree to the sides. Tilt works well but is stiff.

Welltro power brick. Works OK. Does get warm but not too hot. if you have a tall desk the cable that goes from the brick to the display will likely be too short to reach from ground level.
The display emits a bizzing sound when displaying overly light images.

The image quality is a definite step up from my old T240. The bottom quarter is slightly yellowish, but apart from that uniformity is good. Stock calibration is not terrible either, but could use some tweaking.

Screen overclocks no-problem to 66Hz. Trying to go 70Hz and up yields vertical lines.
In games, reactivity seems better than my old "5ms" TN. Framerates, of course, took a very noticeable hit when going from 1920x1200 to 2560x1440.

Will post some pics in the coming days, after I've had time to finished playing with the settings and I'm done checking for pixel defects.
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I ordered mine from bigclothcraft on Thursday and DHL had it to my doorstep on Monday. As far as packaging, it was very similar to biassj' description. Mine was wrap with a roll of brown paper. There were some slight tears on the brown paper and the box for the monitor was damaged in the areas beneath the torn paper, but the monitor was in perfect condition.

The powerbrick that was included was the same WELLTRONICS model that everyone else has been getting lately (110-240V), and only gets slightly warm to the touch. I'm extremely satisfied with the picture quality and there's no dead/stuck/bright pixels, so... I'm a happy camper!

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Originally Posted by Bors Mistral View Post

Typing while looking on my "perfect pixel" screen from bigclothcraft.

Ordered Friday -> shipped Monday -> received yesterday -> DHL -> got charged an extra $35 for tax and fees...

Packaging was mediocre. Brown paper on top of the factory box. Would not count on that to protect from damage, especially since inside the display is held on place only from the sides, and the screen surface is exposed to any kind of bad luck that might poke around.

The bezel looks better in person than on the photos. Quite stylish actually, if not for the PCBANK logo. That can probably be removed though.
The stand is stable, though a bit on the short side. Rotates about 45 degree to the sides. Tilt works well but is stiff.

Welltro power brick. Works OK. Does get warm but not too hot. if you have a tall desk the cable that goes from the brick to the display will likely be too short to reach from ground level.
The display emits a bizzing sound when displaying overly light images.

The image quality is a definite step up from my old T240. The bottom quarter is slightly yellowish, but apart from that uniformity is good. Stock calibration is not terrible either, but could use some tweaking.

Screen overclocks no-problem to 66Hz. Trying to go 70Hz and up yields vertical lines.
In games, reactivity seems better than my old "5ms" TN. Framerates, of course, took a very noticeable hit when going from 1920x1200 to 2560x1440.

Will post some pics in the coming days, after I've had time to finished playing with the settings and I'm done checking for pixel defects.

Do yours sleep? As in, when you put your computer into sleep, does the monitor actually turn off? On mine, when I sleep my computer, the monitor backlight stays on.
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Goes into sleep normally (red light, backlight off), yes, no problem.

Something funny... or not quite, you decide...
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When I saw that the display is a LEMON, it dampened my spirits. Also, discovering a bright pixel and some haze that looks like something has been pressed into the screen does not help.
Pretty awesome screen otherwise.
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