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Poll Results: Would you be interested in buying a Yamakasi Catleap Q270 (100hz guarenteed)

 
  • 87% (726)
    Yes
  • 2% (18)
    No
  • 10% (88)
    Maybe
832 Total Votes  
post #601 of 1131
Again, 3,686,400 pixels and if they have one wrong you're going to flip out and rage quit?

Seriously, the response speaks for itself. There have been a couple of bad panels shipped out but overall these have been pretty damn good panels, specially for the money. We really just want the 2B models. If they could promise a 2B model I think we would all be perfectly pleased.

If you aren't this deal will never live up to your standards and thus you can search elsewhere for what you want.
post #602 of 1131
Just voted a Yes. I hope more good news is coming...
post #603 of 1131
Subbed, I would be down for one.
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post #604 of 1131
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Originally Posted by PearlJammzz View Post

Again, 3,686,400 pixels and if they have one wrong you're going to flip out and rage quit?
Seriously, the response speaks for itself. There have been a couple of bad panels shipped out but overall these have been pretty damn good panels, specially for the money. We really just want the 2B models. If they could promise a 2B model I think we would all be perfectly pleased.
If you aren't this deal will never live up to your standards and thus you can search elsewhere for what you want.


Depends on the location, if there's a dead/stuck pixel in the middle near my crosshair then I would probably go OCD on it. Anywhere else is fine.
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post #605 of 1131
Agree...except 1 dead pixel you have to sit REALLY close to see. Maybe my vision isn't that amazing but thus far in life I don't need glasses lol.

But if you had 3-5 pixels stuck together in a circle in the middle, ya, that'd be annoying. According to the vendors though this is even unacceptable by their standards if it's in the middle of the screen and you shouldn't have too much trouble getting a refund.

The complaints typically scream 10x louder than the praises and thus far it's mostly praise from everyone smile.gif.
post #606 of 1131
I haven't ordered one of these 27" monitors because of the fact that you can no longer get higher refresh rates. If there was a 27" 120 Hz available for under $450 I would buy it in a heartbeat.
post #607 of 1131
Quote:
Originally Posted by el aye View Post

I haven't ordered one of these 27" monitors because of the fact that you can no longer get higher refresh rates. If there was a 27" 120 Hz available for under $450 I would buy it in a heartbeat.

So would everyone. smile.gif
Edited by odditory - 4/4/12 at 3:31pm
post #608 of 1131
In for 3


subbed! thumb.gif
post #609 of 1131
It seems like quite a few members want to buy multiple monitors so maybe bQvle should have made the poll like this :
1
2
3
4
5+
maybe

to show the real amount of potential purchase

I'm saying this but I know it's too late to start again a new poll tongue.gif
post #610 of 1131
i'm wondering how many people are assuming the price would be the same as they are now.
what if these cost 5-600? i bet those jumping to buy 2,3,4,+ might be less enthusiastic to do so.
(not saying i know what the price is, just hypothetical situation)
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