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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 #91 of 1131
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Originally Posted by atmosfar View Post

If people are wanting 120 Hz I don't think they'll be too concerned about a few dead pixels on this monitor since there will be so much fluid action going on on the screen to distract from it!
Also, requesting a different stand doesn't seem very constructive - people can replace it for additional cost if they want, otherwise it should be left as is - the less alterations we request, the cheaper it will likely be.

Yea, but I guess you could request no silver arch on the back and better VESA mounting. Almost seems like a plan to just exclude the stand altogether, let people pick their own.
post #92 of 1131
New here. Probably read every post in the Cata club and others pertaining. I must say i would want similar to what ToastyX wrote but ill take it a step further to reduce cost if possible. The more minimalistic the product is the lesser the cost and the more monitors can be guaranteed to sell as people would be able to afford to buy anywhere from 2 to 3 on first purchase. With that being said:

Perfect Pixel Panel
No Anti-Gloss coats
No Glass
No Speakers
SINGLE INPUT ONLY!!! Either DVI-D or DP to avoid input lag. Preferably DP for future proof.
All black.
No badging. Period
Thinner bezel if possible. This further increases the chances of people buying 2-3 on first purchase
No OSD. Maybe brightness buttons on the back but don't matter.

Better stand Like CrossOver LED (Don't personally care if it pivots or not. If it keeps costs down I say no pivot).

How about No Stand Period. Straight screen only. Once its Vesa compatible. No one really likes the stand anyways. plus with the increase chances of people buying 2-3 on first purchase, chances are they are buying a stand that can hold all 2-3 monitors. And even if some still only get one, they'd probably still want a different stand like the crossover.

But with the less production work for the company to do, the easier for them, and the cheaper for us= WIN on so many levels. biggrin.gif

Edit: Oh, how could i forget, 100/120 Hz.
Edited by thereason8286 - 3/21/12 at 12:03pm
post #93 of 1131
[H] user here. I'd buy one of these even though my Crossover is being delivered tomorrow.
It'd be nice to have it de-badged.

Ditto on:
-no speakers
-no glass
-DP only
post #94 of 1131
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Originally Posted by atmosfar View Post

If people are wanting 120 Hz I don't think they'll be too concerned about a few dead pixels on this monitor since there will be so much fluid action going on on the screen to distract from it!
Also, requesting a different stand doesn't seem very constructive - people can replace it for additional cost if they want, otherwise it should be left as is - the less alterations we request, the cheaper it will likely be.

I agree... less customizations we request would mean the less we pay. 100hz+ is the main need.
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post #95 of 1131
i might be interested in one of these if we can get DP
post #96 of 1131
Just registered to reply to this thread. I'm willing to put money down (after seeing a proposed price). No glass, no osd, single input is the only parts I would really be concerned about outside of being sure it is guaranteed 100Hz or more capable. Too many people reported dust specks. Input latency matters to me otherwise I would care about having more inputs but can't have it all.

What I don't care about:
  • Which type of input (DVI or DP).
  • Speakers. Don't care. I doubt they tie into the display parts of the monitor in any way.... correct me if I'm wrong....
  • 100Hz vs 120Hz. Either one is high enough for me.
  • The perfect pixel guarantee thing would be awfully nice but I'm not sure how that would affect pricing/availability? I'm willing to be realistic on this and if it has to be "more than 5 dead" than I think I could handle the gamble.
  • The stand. If it sucks I'll just replace it on my own.
  • Badging or bezel or any of that stuff. Are those things we would even be able to ask for?.... Either way, it's just external aesthetics to me.
post #97 of 1131
120hz isn't even possible. Graphics cards are limited to 400mhz pixel clock like toasty has mentioned. ATI/AMD being 330mhz (85hz max) due to drivers.

Regardless of that, it's a negligible difference once you're adapted. (I swapped between many CRT's for the greater part of the decade)

100hz is "enough" in my honest opinion.
Edited by Skylit - 3/21/12 at 12:41pm
post #98 of 1131
Yes, at the very least we want 120hz capable. Even with the same packaging/setup would be fine but if they are willing to make a whole new minimalist product I think they will sell more. If they have DP I think it'll sell a lot more too.

Regardless, I would still purchase one if it was DVI only and 120hz, even w/ the same bezels and shiz. They just have an opportunity to make an insane amount of money with a small/minimalist setup that is future-proof (DP, and as future-proof as you can get). If they could do a tiny bezel (just not possible on some panels) people would eat this up for multi-monitor setups. Not just enthusiasts. EVERYONE.

Still though, 120hz+ for sure!
post #99 of 1131
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

120hz isn't even possible. Graphics cards are limited to 400mhz pixel clock like toasty has mentioned.
Regardless of that, it's a negligible difference once you're adapted. (I swapped between many CRT's for the greater part of the decade)

Defeatest attitude. Where there is a will there is a way wink.gif.

Also, why do we refer to this as the RAMDAC? Shouldn't these cards be using TMDS modules? I am new to all this so I am not sure. Maybe oastyX can provide better info!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transition_Minimized_Differential_Signaling

Also, can't the RAMDACs be overclocked? We overclock everything else...*shrug*
post #100 of 1131
I would be interested in 3 of them.
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