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Originally Posted by ElevenEleven View Post

Does the 27Q version come with a plastic front bezel or is it all aluminum? How flush with the screen is the bezel? Also, the white bottom stand is plastic? And finally, this model has a fully white stand, right? Some photos of it show a black stand with white trim, which is slightly confusing, but I think they imply a different model. Thanks!

The front bezel is plastic, while the white rear trim is steel. The bezel is about 2mm or 3mm thick, as in the screen is 2mm recessed into the bezel. It is more flush then my old ASUS 24" TN monitor. The stand is a mix of black and white, the base is black with a white trim. The rear of the monitor and the rear of the stand is all white. The actual stand is black metal, with a white plastic covering on the back.


I got mine from bigclothcraft, he checked it for excessive dead pixels and back light bleeding for shipping, and my crossover all came with a welltronics 110v power supply.


EDIT: doh.gif just remembered the LED, and the LED-P have different stands and they look different. The LED is the normal stand and only has tilt adjustments, and is the one I described above. The LED-P model is the height adjustable stand, and I believe that stand is indeed all black.
Edited by Fatt - 6/5/12 at 7:47pm
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what does green-sum means when he/she says "As p67 chipset mainboard may show booting skipping error and also the screen may not work out properly" O_o
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This has probably been asked before, but what is the difference between the gold and the standard version.
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I ended up having money to buy another CrossOver much sooner than I thought. I emailed AccessoriesWhole to see if they would do me an added service, because I was a returning customer. The first monitor had back light bleed and a stuck pixel, so I requested that they check it for bleeding. They instantly replied and said they would check it for me for free, because I was a returning customer. They sent it out the next day, and it was here in 1 day. Perfect panel... for free. No bleed, no dead/stuck pixels, color looks spot on. I am very happy with their service and loyalty to their customers. The only downside to the new monitor is that it shows just how blue the other one is. The difference is night and day, but this will all be fixed soon, when I buy a colorimeter. Again, I highly recommend them; their service is amazing, and they are extremely friendly. You won't regret purchasing from them.
P.S. Please don't expect AccessoriesWhole to extend the same services to you that they did for me for free, as I was a returning customer and an exception to their normal policy. Please remember that they are in the business of making money, and that courtesies such as these may not always be an option. If you need pixel perfect, then I would suggest paying the extra for it. I wrote this simply to show how user friendly and polite they are. Again, I highly suggest them. smile.gif

Been looking at this monitor for a while now, but $500 + the possibility of having to pay maybe 25% in customs/VAT makes it less interesting even if you get a prefect pixel AND he checks for BLB since the step up to a HP ZR2740w that comes with a kick ass warranty and service from the seller is way too small. So for that price checking for BLB would be more of a demand even I'm not a returning customer. Since you basically have zero warranty it's not too much to ask I think.

Would you be willing to pay the same for your blueish monitor that you did for the new one, I don't think so?
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I've purchased my new monitor from Accessorieswhole.
Immediately when the Accessorieswhole listed perfect pixel monitor, but I had communication beforehand,
I've got discounted price; direct payment.

I purchased 2720mdp perfect pixel monitor on June 4th and guess what? 1 day delivery~
What a freaking service they do! I bet it was the fastest delivery ever.


Right now, I'm with ma perfectly BEAUTIFUL monitor and as Accessorieswhole mentioned,
it was quite nice to see "Perfect pixel monitor" label on the box, even it was written in Korean,
because of this label, I feel more satisfied. smile.gif

Even more, I have to say, their CS service is fantastic.
I had no hassle to ask any questions and reply. Compare to others, it's just AWESOME!!!!

Don't they warranty return and replacement for free?
What do you expect more?
Comparing with HP ZR2740w, which the lowest price is for what. $950?
I don't know.. it seems like David and Goliath? lol

Kind enoughly, Accessorieswhole downsized its product value as $200 and declared it as "sample".
personally, I think they deserve more than what they provide.
Edited by overrobin - 6/6/12 at 1:05am
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Would you be willing to pay the same for your blueish monitor that you did for the new one, I don't think so?

Yes, I actually would. It's just the luck of the draw. Sure, you may wish for a perfect monitor, but it's just luck if you get one. If luck isn't enough for you then that's why they charge a premium for "pixel perfect". As far as asking them to check for back light bleed, I don't think that would be a huge problem if you asked. Also, I don't think they ever check the colors on the monitor, so that is purely all luck.
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Do we have any sig's yet for this club?
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Originally Posted by overrobin View Post

I've purchased my new monitor from Accessorieswhole.
Immediately when the Accessorieswhole listed perfect pixel monitor, but I had communication beforehand,
I've got discounted price; direct payment.
I purchased 2720mdp perfect pixel monitor on June 4th and guess what? 1 day delivery~
What a freaking service they do! I bet it was the fastest delivery ever.
Right now, I'm with ma perfectly BEAUTIFUL monitor and as Accessorieswhole mentioned,
it was quite nice to see "Perfect pixel monitor" label on the box, even it was written in Korean,
because of this label, I feel more satisfied. smile.gif

Even more, I have to say, their CS service is fantastic.
I had no hassle to ask any questions and reply. Compare to others, it's just AWESOME!!!!
Don't they warranty return and replacement for free?
What do you expect more?
Comparing with HP ZR2740w, which the lowest price is for what. $950?
I don't know.. it seems like David and Goliath? lol
Kind enoughly, Accessorieswhole downsized its product value as $200 and declared it as "sample".
personally, I think they deserve more than what they provide.

The HP ZR2740w cost $700 here in Sweden.
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Just received my LED-P from green-sum. Perfect monitor, no dead pixels. I am absolutely blown away by the quality and color of this monitor and regret not buying a second! I will never be able to go back to 1080p after using this! Pics coming soon as my HTC One X doesn't capture it good enough.
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2720mdp pivot non-perfect pixel from BCC - $499.99 plus taking offers.
2720mdp pivot perfect pixel from accessorieswhole - $699.99
Good job accessorieswhole. way to be an ass...
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