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Does anyone have the dimensions of the box the Crossover is shipped in?
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Cannot believe how fast mine got here. Ordered about 2pm on Wednesday, delivered 9:49am today (Friday). All the way from Korea to Virginia and it was faster than Amazon Prime shipping.

 

In the East, shipping services works on weekend and overnight. They manage to cut down all the delay except here in Americas... people don't work on weekend unless you pay them more. The cut off time is 5-6pm... and they are dam expensive here as well.

 

Shipping back the same box costs $50-70 USD. 

 

/facepalm

 

 

This is why many things are being outsourced for lower cost products. Yep... like we are buying from Korea instead of local produced. 


Edited by djriful - 7/20/12 at 9:27am
 
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The FedEx tracker for my monitor put delivery at next Wednesday. Imagine my face seeing that it's out for delivery at 8 AM today!
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The FedEx tracker for my monitor put delivery at next Wednesday. Imagine my face seeing that it's out for delivery at 8 AM today!

Everyone but me is getting great shipping speeds. Day 4 and my monitor is still in Seoul, not to mention nobody is going to deliver/be working in the states over the weekend.
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I feel ppl are posting too much on shipping/tracking here as if it's the first time they purchase something online, from oversea.

I think shipping is rarely an issue here.

The biggest issue is the quality of these monitors.

So instead of posting that you just placed a order, or you are waiting for shipping, or you are actively tracking it, would you please post your test on things like dead/stuck pixel, color tint, blackllight bleeding after you receive it?
Edited by KickingArs - 7/20/12 at 10:43am
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I've been debating between this monitor and a sound card for so long now. I still can't decide.
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post #1727 of 6483
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I've been debating between this monitor and a sound card for so long now. I still can't decide.

Well I'd say you take the opportunity to buy the monitor now while the price is cheaper than usual. 30$ cheaper from the seller "red-cap" as an example.
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instead of posting that you just placed a order, or you are waiting for shipping, or you are actively tracking it, would you please post your test on things like dead/stuck pixel, color tint, blackllight bleeding after you receive it?

Alright mate, you win.

I got the 27q. Mine seems to have some minor backlight bleed. In some places around the edge a couple pixels are a bit brighter than they should be. It's barely noticeable, although there is also a 1-by-1/2 inch spot at the top that's more pronounced.

Doesn't seem to be any dead or stuck pixels. None. Neato.

I removed the stand and screwed it into my ergotron vesa arm. I almost s**t myself because afterwards it would not power on. I guess a screw shorted something out, because luckily backing off the screws a bit fixed the problem.

So, be careful with those screws! I'm going to look for some washers that fit and redo them.

I also had a hell of a time getting linux to use the panel's native resolution instead of 640x480, but I think that might be nvidia's fault. The nvidia driver claims the EDID data is bogus but it's obviously working fine for everyone in Windows.

I found a fix over in the catleap thread. This modeline works:
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Modeline "2560x1440_60.00" 241.50 2560 2608 2640 2720 1440 1443 1448 1481 +HSync -VSync

Overall I am impressed and thinking about buying another.
Edited by bestbright - 7/20/12 at 1:50pm
post #1729 of 6483
I think "perfect pixel" is just a trick from these Korean seller to sell more. Many seller claim that they will open the box to run some test, but this test is mostly used to detect obvious issues such as not working or too many dead pixels, but I don't think this kind of test can guarantee perfect pixel.

Those who received a monitor of perfect pixel is not because the monitor has been really tested for "perfect pixel", but because the majority of these monitors are perfect pixel (some said over 85%). While if you received a monitor with dead pixel, what's the option you have? Most likely the seller will compensate you something like $10 per dead pixel. I doubt they will offer you free shipping for return.

Therefore, I would not buy monitor listed as"Perfect Pixel". Moreover, I will not buy from a seller who is listing non-"Perfect Pixel" and "Perfect Pixel" at the same time, because after the open box test, the chance for those monitor listed as "perfect pixel" being DOA, or having many dead pixels is decreased, but those monitors which are found dead pixels (less than 5, if over 5 the monitor will be sent back to factory) will be put in their normal stock (non-perfect pixel listing) , so the chance of getting a monitor with more dead pixel for normal stock from the same seller is also increased.
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I think "perfect pixel" is just a trick from these Korean seller to sell more. Many seller claim that they will open the box to run some test, but this test is mostly used to detect obvious issues such as not working or too many dead pixels, but I don't think this kind of test can guarantee perfect pixel.
Those who received a monitor of perfect pixel is not because the monitor has been really tested for "perfect pixel", but because the majority of these monitors are perfect pixel (some said over 85%). While if you received a monitor with dead pixel, what's the option you have? Most likely the seller will compensate you something like $10 per dead pixel. I doubt they will offer you free shipping for return.
Therefore, I would not buy monitor listed as"Perfect Pixel". Moreover, I will not buy from a seller who is listing non-"Perfect Pixel" and "Perfect Pixel" at the same time, because after the open box test, the chance for those monitor listed as "perfect pixel" being DOA, or having many dead pixels is decreased, but those monitors which are found dead pixels (less than 5, if over 5 the monitor will be sent back to factory) will be put in their normal stock (non-perfect pixel listing) , so the chance of getting a monitor with more dead pixel for normal stock from the same seller is also increased.

My thoughts exactly. This is also why I sought out a seller who did not feature 'pixel perfect' versions of this monitor. However they did have one that you could BIN for $344.80 and one where you could send an offer. I ended up paying #341.00 from lightn.space, and they have been pretty good so far... except for the fact that 5 days later it's still in korea.
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