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Originally Posted by CpHaAiOnS View Post

It's a deal. Seeing as you can't find a monitor with that resolution anywhere else for that price.
Thanks OP! thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by utnorris View Post

Yep, awesome find OP! And yes it is a deal just like the MC deals with the SB/IB processors. Just because it is there normal price does not make it not a deal. It's lower than anywhere else, so calling it out is the right thing to do. I think a lot of folks would like to see this remain unknown.

Agreed wish they had them in stock in a microcenter near me
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I think a lot of folks would like to see this remain unknown.

Considering the small numbers each store has been getting in you can be sure that's true. Hopefully EQD/Microcenter will be able to keep up with the demand. It's pretty high on OCN alone and I've seen threads about these monitors going up all over the place.
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post #13 of 36
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Right a discussion, not an online deal.

The guy simply pointed to another thread with more info... Lighten up.
Edited by DBEAU - 5/22/12 at 9:52am
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post #14 of 36
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The guy simply pointed to another thread with more info... Lighten up.

what they are saying to each other is pretty civil if you ask me biggrin.gif

this should have been on the deal section first then in the discussion.
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Man... if I liked glossy screens, I'd buy 3 in a heartbeat.
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Man... if I liked glossy screens, I'd buy 3 in a heartbeat.

Better than a matte blurry screen imo
     
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Man... if I liked glossy screens, I'd buy 3 in a heartbeat.

its easy to control the lighting in a room so i dont see what the problem is for glossy screens?
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post #18 of 36
id love to buy this but 399 is holding me back plus 27" is a bit too much. What is the ideal size of a gaming monitor? i think 27 is too big and 20 is too small prolly a 24 thumb.gif
Edited by Frankrizzo - 5/22/12 at 9:07pm
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id love to buy this but 399 is holding me back plus 27" is a bit too much. What is the ideal size of a gaming monitor? i think 27 is too big and 20 is too small prolly a 24 thumb.gif

24" to me seems perfect.

but i bet you once you get used to 27-30" you wont go back. biggrin.gif
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post #20 of 36
I went from three 22" monitors to a Catleap 27" and haven't looked back. Everything is just more enjoyable on the larger screen and higher res than a single 1080p monitor. Reading text is much easier, but it could be I am just getting old. biggrin.gif
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