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I'm thinking of getting a Crossover 27 non-pivot. Would it be worth it to get the Pixel perfect version from AW over the non-Pixel perfect? The difference is 100 dollars! If the first one it something I like I plan on purchasing a second! AW has a guarantee of less than 3 dead/stuck/sub pixels anyways, would you even be able to see a dead or stuck pixel at 1440 from say 60cm away?

pixel perfects aren't worth it especially with AW only selling A panels and less than 3 pixel policy. I feel like we say this on every page lol

you aren't even guaranteed pixel perfect from dell,hp,apple,etc.
post #4392 of 6483
Pixel Perfect is marketing at its best. People asked for it, so manufacturers are "giving" it. In a way that lets them charge more for absolutely no net benefit to the consumer. Please do not fall for this marketing gimmick. It's way worse than retina branded displays. Don't buy into the scam! It is already having an insidious effect on the ebay market for these monitors by reducing the apparent quality of non-"PP" monitors. Not to mention that PP doesn't mean every pixel is perfect anyways. All it means is that someone checked the panel - and if it had a hot pixel, then it was discarded from the batch. A batch of inherently flawed panels; they are graded A- panels for a reason. So you are getting a panel without a bright pixel defect - with a much higher chance of a different defect being present. And you still paid more for it. And people have still gotten bright pixel defects with PP. And it still doesn't cover dead pixels.
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mine is a an A panel (no dead/stuck pixels, 'normal' ips bleed, no weird hues, etc.), and i believe it was the cheapest crossover AW had at the time. you have just as good of a chance getting a perfect panel without the "perfect pixel" option
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post #4394 of 6483
Warning

Do not buy from Red-Cap if you are going for a pixel perfect.

This is what i got, and i'm contacting the seller now to try to resolve it.

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Just the answers i was looking for! Im going to grab one, and if that goes well ill get a second to replace both my samsung 24" monitors ive been using for a while! Thanks for the good responses, i figured it was mostly a marketing ploy.
post #4396 of 6483
I just got my Crossover 27Q LED-P! I purchased it two days ago, and it arrived today. That's ridiculous shipping!

Backlight bleed is meh... A little more than I wanted. But my concern is with stuck pixels. I having several glowing pixels. Can I get rid of these?
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post #4398 of 6483
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I just got my Crossover 27Q LED-P! I purchased it two days ago, and it arrived today. That's ridiculous shipping!
Backlight bleed is meh... A little more than I wanted. But my concern is with stuck pixels. I having several glowing pixels. Can I get rid of these?

you can try and massage them out
post #4399 of 6483

PLEASE read the thread, if you even read two posts up from yours you would see an example of redcap
post #4400 of 6483
Received my Crossover 27Q from Dream-Seller yesterday and couldn't be happier. I purchased the regular version and got it 5 days after placing my order. No deal pixels, and no noticeable backlight bleed at all. Good stuff.
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