Originally Posted by user33
I suggest that you should re-read what you had read: the best seller, AW, covers the return shipping for the first 30 Days, the 2nd best seller BCC covers the return shipping for the first 14 days. If your monitor needs warranty repair after 30 dyas, you will had to pay out of your own pocket! DELL/Samsung/HP/ASUS has 3 years warranty! and with them you don't need to send the monitor to Korea for repair!
This will be my last respond to you, since you are not being rational, you are either too "proud" for your decisions to maintain rationality, or you are an employee of Crossover, either way, I have no interest to argue with you, I just to express my own opinions about these Korean monitors and to let the potential buyers be aware of the pitfalls and the hypes of these Korean monitors.
I have read it once again, even twice again. I did send the seller an email about this earlier and as far as i know, the payment of return shipping cost is covered by the sellers as long as its within the 1 year warranty period. You keep mentioning Dell/Samsung/HP and Asus, what keeps you from ordering a monitor from one of these manufacturers? By your means, their screens are far superior, then go ahead and order from them but stop spreading completely biased information based on your own bad-luck, or whatever it has been, experience.
This will be my last respond to you, since you are not being rational, you are either too "proud" for your decisions to maintain rationality, or you are an employee of Crossover, either way, I have no interest to argue with you, I just to express my own opinions about these Korean monitors and to let the potential buyers be aware of the pitfalls and the hypes of these Korean monitors
You are starting to make a complete joke of yourself. I am not "proud" neither an employee of Crossover, (since when is The Netherlands part of the middle-east?) i am just arguing with you because i don't agree with what your saying. Boiling out like this, in the middle of this conversation because of the reasons you mentioned above is little lame and immature.
You make it sound like these monitors are crap, bad made out of "cheap metal" with panels that don't get even close to the quality of known manufacturers.
This scares potential buyers and might push them into much higher priced monitors such as Dell/Apple/HP/Asus while these Korean monitors are perfectly fine for the price you pay.
And again, not everybody here on OCN lives in the US, in Europe we don't pay the same price for Dell/Apple as you (*assuming*) American people do. Apple's Thunderbold 27" display has a price-tag of $1300 US dollar, Dell's cheapest 27" UltraSharp U2713HM costs $1034 US dollar here. So please, think twice before saying such things.Edited by rck1984 - 12/9/12 at 3:47am