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i bought the pixel-perfect pcbank super from green-sum, just got it today,
it has a pixel perfect sticker on the box, it has no dead or stuck pixels and no backlight bleed, but it has a pretty good amount of yellow tint on the left part of the screen, it is slightly visible on white background, fortunately it is only visible if i am looking for it, , there is also shadowy horizontal stripe running throughout about 90% of the screen near the bottom, it is also visible on white background but not in normal usage, it has 100-220v power supply, but i am not sure if all of them are 100-220v, the stand is pretty wobbly but it's level... good enough for me personally, other than that, the monitor is very nice, the colors are nice and crisp, text looks great, and it's huge, coming from a 20" it just feels too big, will need time to adjust, the box didn't have any extra protection from the seller...
my personal rating, the screen B, everything else C, for the price it's OK, as long as it works for 2-3 yrs at least, if you have any questions let me know, like i said i just got it today, didn't get too deep into it
i don't have a good camera so no pics,

How does it move with its tilting/ bending stand? Any one share if this kind of STAND and its bending abilities?
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The stand rotates nicely left and right, also tilts forward and back, its also pretty low, the Monitor sits about 4 inches above the desk
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The stand rotates nicely left and right, also tilts forward and back, its also pretty low, the Monitor sits about 4 inches above the desk

Can it easily go from Vertical to Horizontal and/ or HOLD the LCD at OTHER "In Between" ANGLES using the stands bend & tilt mechanisms?
Edited by crashnburn_in - 5/30/12 at 1:57pm
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Can it easily go from Vertical to Horizontal and/ or HOLD the LCD at OTHER "In Between" ANGLES using the stands bend & tilt mechanisms?

winbond is talking about the super version which has a different stand. I think it only has one bending joint and sits higher.

I have the original where the bottom bezel barely sits 1.5" above my desk. It can sit at any of the in between angles so long as you manage to get it to balance under its' own weight. Higher heights will be more stable as the centre of gravity is closer to the centre of the stand. Trying to bring it as low as possible is somewhat difficult since it becomes front heavy and can topple. The height was important to me since my desk is a little high.
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yeah, this one doesn't go from horizontal to vertical, the tilt is pretty tight, it should hold whatever angle
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winbond is talking about the super version which has a different stand. I think it only has one bending joint and sits higher.
I have the original where the bottom bezel barely sits 1.5" above my desk. It can sit at any of the in between angles so long as you manage to get it to balance under its' own weight. Higher heights will be more stable as the centre of gravity is closer to the centre of the stand. Trying to bring it as low as possible is somewhat difficult since it becomes front heavy and can topple. The height was important to me since my desk is a little high.

I can see the CoG factor being an issue here. Assuming that WE HOLD CAREFULLY and MOVE IT through ANGLES where CoG will hold, can the STAND/ HINGES hold it?

I'd love to be able to TILT the Monitor at a GOOD ANGLE instead of PURE VERTICAL 90 degrees. I wouldn't mind adding/ bonding a heavy base DISC on it, if it can help with the CoG factor.
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yeah, this one doesn't go from horizontal to vertical, the tilt is pretty tight, it should hold whatever angle

How are these 2 versions different? Or has the STAND been changed over time? And the monitor with the old original stand is NO LONGER AVAILABLE?
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My Pixel Perfect S-IPS from Green-sum arrived today, and happily has NO dead pixels, dust spots, or scratches. The picture is flawless, with no hued spots or dead/stuck pixels. I got it for just under 300 shipped, and it got here blazing fast - from S. Korea to FL in 4 days.

Downside is that the included stand is JUNK. Mine slowly creeps under its own weight. Not a huge deal since my desk is tall and I need it down low anyway, but definitely worth mentioning that you have a chance of getting a stand that is nearly useless. I plan to run a different stand anyway, so again not a terribly huge deal for me. The bezel also feels quite cheap, and the buttons as well.

Out of 100 I would rate it:

Performance: 95+ - colors are superb with no dead spots and minimal backlight bleeding. No electrical noises and stable picture.
Build Quality: 80 - Bezel is not uneven and the seams are all close together, but the plastic is thin and feels cheap. Included stand is garbage, and the buttons are flimsy as well.
Features: 75 - DVI...and DVI :lol:. No HDMI or VGA on my model. Two headphone jacks that I am assuming are Line In/Headphone, but didnt even check - I am terrified to hear the included speakers, and can't imagine them being anywhere near good. Included adapter was fine for 120v, just needed to replace the end cable with a standard monitor Female 3-prong one.

Overall I am very satisfied for the price.
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I can see the CoG factor being an issue here. Assuming that WE HOLD CAREFULLY and MOVE IT through ANGLES where CoG will hold, can the STAND/ HINGES hold it?
I'd love to be able to TILT the Monitor at a GOOD ANGLE instead of PURE VERTICAL 90 degrees. I wouldn't mind adding/ bonding a heavy base DISC on it, if it can help with the CoG factor.

How are these 2 versions different? Or has the STAND been changed over time? And the monitor with the old original stand is NO LONGER AVAILABLE?

The hinges are quite stiff. It took me 4 hands just to be able to set it up. I'm surprised that it would creep downwards under its own weight from Puck's post. I have it on a pretty low height and it hasn't been a problem for me.

The super version has only 1 joint at the back of the monitor for basic tilt where as the original (minus the super moniker) also tilts at the very base. Availability for both appears to be abundant as long as the sellers didn't mislabel their listings. The original was fully assembled so you just needed to bend the joints to get it to stand up. I don't know if the super version came with the base separate but I would imagine so.

The speakers sound slightly better than laptop speakers but no where near a remotely decent sound system.
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Got a DOA first. Contacted the seller(bigclothcraft) after some emailing back and forth gotto send mine back(on his cost) and got a new one. the emailing took long(could be timezone), seems like he only mails once a day. havent seen any deadpixels yet looks nice.

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jesus that looks so sexy X_X
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