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Originally Posted by Demented View Post

It says it has VGA, DVI and HDMI, then it states to achieve the ful 2560x1440, you need to use display port on both ends?
Looks iffy to me.
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You will enjoy the high quality resolution on the 27" LED Monitor. The fast response time will reduce blur. You have a VGA, DVI, and HDMI inputs on your new monitor. To achieve the maximun resolution of 2560 x 1440, a display port must be used on both ends.
Also, no where does it state it is an IPS panel.

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i would call and ask for details on it but im at work, also my post was removed about it being a 10 bit color monitor - something tells me this monitor is quality.

also ya it doesn't say its an ips but look at the viewing angles.
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It says it has VGA, DVI and HDMI, then it states to achieve the ful 2560x1440, you need to use display port on both ends?
Looks iffy to me.
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You will enjoy the high quality resolution on the 27" LED Monitor. The fast response time will reduce blur. You have a VGA, DVI, and HDMI inputs on your new monitor. To achieve the maximun resolution of 2560 x 1440, a display port must be used on both ends.
Also, no where does it state it is an IPS panel.

Listings and descriptions are often wrong.

But it does say "178° horizontal / 178° vertical viewing angles", which never gets quoted for TN panels. It's probably IPS. Is anyone brazen enough to advertise a *VA panel as having 6.5 ms response time?
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Originally Posted by Demented View Post

It says it has VGA, DVI and HDMI, then it states to achieve the ful 2560x1440, you need to use display port on both ends?
Looks iffy to me.
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You will enjoy the high quality resolution on the 27" LED Monitor. The fast response time will reduce blur. You have a VGA, DVI, and HDMI inputs on your new monitor. To achieve the maximun resolution of 2560 x 1440, a display port must be used on both ends.
Also, no where does it state it is an IPS panel.


I am sure that's just terrible wording.
Also, I've never heard of a TN panel thats this resolution. It's most likely IPS.
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Originally Posted by Demented View Post

It says it has VGA, DVI and HDMI, then it states to achieve the ful 2560x1440, you need to use display port on both ends?

Looks iffy to me.
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You will enjoy the high quality resolution on the 27" LED Monitor. The fast response time will reduce blur. You have a VGA, DVI, and HDMI inputs on your new monitor. To achieve the maximun resolution of 2560 x 1440, a display port must be used on both ends.

Also, no where does it state it is an IPS panel.

There is no TN panel that is 2560x1440, so unless they are lying about the advertised resolution, it must be an IPS panel.
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There is no TN panel that is 2560x1440, so unless they are lying about the advertised resolution, it must be an IPS panel.

The thing I'm wondering is if it is a true 10bit monitor at 1.07 billion colors. Because the only one I know is the NEC PA271W IPS (8-bit native, 10-bit with A-FRC) from a review that I read from another tech site...

It shows 0 in stock at the Microcenter in my area so I can't go check it out...
Edited by speedyeggtart - 5/15/12 at 12:00pm
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Or a bunch of resellers will get in on this, and they will quickly be driven down do the ~$330 area. Similar to what happened with the imports.
(Imports went from like $330 to $250.. Not including shipping)

I have had a Gateway XHD 3000 for a while now. I recently started looking up the 2 Korean High Res Low price Displays.. Very interesting bunch of experiences.. Lots of them. Leave me a little confused as to the terminology you used.

Bold - Marks source of product
Unterline - Action/ Verb on the prices from the Source

Are the two sources marked in bold different? Do clarify please smile.gif Thanks.
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I don;t know if you're trolling me or not.. but I was making the distinction between:

  1. Products imported by an american company and then sold to american retail stores like newegg or microcenter.
  2. Products that are imported by you. You buy the item off a seller in Korea over ebay and are shipped directly to you from korea. (I dubbed "imports.")
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I didn't expect this at all.... any confirmation on if its IPS? the MD store has none so i can't go down and have look for myself.
Edited by iCrap - 5/15/12 at 8:20pm
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I didn't expect this at all.... any confirmation on if its IPS? the MD store has none so i can't go down and have look for myself.
Well there's no TN panels at that resolution, Same with VA.
    
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Purchased one, asked the moron where the display cables were and he told me that the website disclaimer was wrong and all i needed was dvi. So I now have a GORGEOUS 1920x1600 monitor that I can't switch to 2500x1920 till I purchase a cable tomorrow. Took some unboxing pics. It's such an upgrade from my 17" monitor.

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