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yes i told you this already. i have seen both monitors in real and used them for a a while. the 23" is better.
Those korean ips monitors are really good but............... you will be taking a big risk. If something goes wrong you have to pay for shipping back to the seller and it costs a lot of money. You can't go wrong with buying the dell 23". It is the best monitor for the price that i have ever seen.
Some of the sellers will pay for shipping back though too..
    
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What about those 2560x1400 IPS monitors for $400 from Korea? I'm hearing they cannot be beat for the price...

There's a risk, but i would say about 90-95% are satisfied with their Korean monitor.
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I have 3 U2412Ms and I LOVE THEM. Color is crisp and they are very sharp.
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You really can't go wrong either way....I love my U2312HM, planning on getting two more in a couple weeks.
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Just curious, what are these Korean monitors you're speaking of? Is that the brand name? Can someone give me a link to look into it?? Thanks smile.gif
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Just curious, what are these Korean monitors you're speaking of? Is that the brand name? Can someone give me a link to look into it?? Thanks smile.gif
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Ah, found them on the Red Cap store on ebay. 27" may be too big for my tastes for gaming though(since I'm up close with keyboard and mouse instead of sitting farther with a console).

How is the picture quality of these IPS screens compared to the Dell's I listed? For about the same price as the U24 I can get either an Achieva Shimian or PC Bank 3. And what's the lite version? Ugh, so many choices now. Since the Dell's are E-IPS screens are these Korean monitors regular IPS(therefore having better picture quality?)
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e-ips is still proper IPS tech. the korean ones use s-ips. I'd go read the club threads in this section to know what you are truely getting into.
    
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post #30 of 89
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That sounded like a warning to me... Lol. Thanks for the heads up smile.gif personally for just gaming would you pick one of those monitors over the Dell's? Will the S-IPS have a better image quality than the E-IPS?
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