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Still can't decide if I should order Crossover for $500+ or just buy Dell U2713HM for $720 with 3 year warranty and the "perfect panel and everything" or the HP something for $780
Wanting to use it for longest time possible, i think 5 years+, 8-10 hours a day
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Still can't decide if I should order Crossover for $500+ or just buy Dell U2713HM for $720 with 3 year warranty and the "perfect panel and everything" or the HP something for $780
Wanting to use it for longest time possible, i think 5 years+, 8-10 hours a day

Well that also comes done to the decision whether to go with glossy or matte screen. Dell U2713HM is matte (anti-glare). Image is clearer on glossy but then the reflections may bother you.
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Well that also comes done to the decision whether to go with glossy or matte screen. Dell U2713HM is matte (anti-glare). Image is clearer on glossy but then the reflections may bother you.
How bad is 8ms (dell) or 12ms (hp)? What about 25ms input lag? Can you somehow compare it with my 21,5' TN LG Flatron e2240s with 15+ dead pixels and big scratch in the middle? tongue.gif
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How bad is 8ms (dell) or 12ms (hp)? What about 25ms input lag? Can you somehow compare it with my 21,5' TN LG Flatron e2240s with 15+ dead pixels and big scratch in the middle? tongue.gif

Can't really tell. For me the input lag is not important since my main focus is coding and other text based work. Gamers can debate more on that.
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Still can't decide if I should order Crossover for $500+ or just buy Dell U2713HM for $720 with 3 year warranty and the "perfect panel and everything" or the HP something for $780
Wanting to use it for longest time possible, i think 5 years+, 8-10 hours a day

Someone on the 1440p and above gaming club had purchased the U2713HM and returned it do the visible cross-hatching visible on the screen. I'm unsure if they've fixed it or changed since but just a factor to consider possibly
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Does CrossOver work on Linux, say on Kubuntu? Any driver issues?
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Does CrossOver work on Linux, say on Kubuntu? Any driver issues?

OK I found this thread which answers my question:
http://www.overclock.net/a/sound-quieter-in-linux-than-windows-2560x1440-27-korean-display-not-working-the-problems-i-encountered-and-their-solution
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Still can't decide if I should order Crossover for $500+ or just buy Dell U2713HM for $720 with 3 year warranty and the "perfect panel and everything" or the HP something for $780
Wanting to use it for longest time possible, i think 5 years+, 8-10 hours a day

Get the Dell. The difference isn't too much for peace of mind and A+ grade quality.

Now if you were getting the really cheap panels (27q, p ) like I did and will do mostly gaming or watching videos then get the CrossOver.

Also note:
The Dell is much lighter (less than 15lbs) while the CrossOver will be almost twice that.
The Dell consumes power in the mid 20whr range while the CrossOver (due to it's lack of brightness) goobles up in the mid 40whr range.
And finally my biggest gripe, you can completely control the brightness of the Dell.
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Get the Dell. The difference isn't too much for peace of mind and A+ grade quality.
Now if you were getting the really cheap panels (27q, p ) like I did and will do mostly gaming or watching videos then get the CrossOver.
Also note:
The Dell is much lighter (less than 15lbs) while the CrossOver will be almost twice that.
The Dell consumes power in the mid 20whr range while the CrossOver (due to it's lack of brightness) goobles up in the mid 40whr range.
And finally my biggest gripe, you can completely control the brightness of the Dell.
How big is the difference in input lag and latency between Dell and CrossOver? Saw that dell has 8ms and around 25ms input latency. I'm 30% gaming, 30% internet, 30% movies/serials
I don't mind A or maybe A- panel (using TN panel with over 20 dead pixels and very long scratch for around 6 months), I mostly care about the delay and how long does the monitor last.
Edited by Layo - 11/5/12 at 12:34pm
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Can't really tell. For me the input lag is not important since my main focus is coding and other text based work. Gamers can debate more on that.

I would highly recommend you set your current monitor to 90% brightness and see if that's acceptable for you to work with over long periods because that's the lowest you're going to be able to get the CrossOver.
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