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Perfect Pixel from Green Sum... I had a Dell U3011. I returned it. I actually like this monitor better. For $400 less.






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I'll keep this thread in my sight till next week when i'm going to order a new monitor.

I sure hope these monitors stay alive for a couple of years and not few months or 2.
That's my biggest concern... it might be cheaper then a real brand but it's still ***** lots of money.
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I need some calibrations to my monitor frown.gif

Blacks are sooo washed out its killing me.

Anyone?
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I have a couple of questions for the Leonidas owners, first, the buttons on the front are in fact capacitive right? No moving parts? Second question, if you turn the monitor off, wait a couple of seconds and then turn it back on, about how long does it take for the panel to turn on (to show a picture) from the time you hit the on button? I'm after a ballpark, if you can count 'one-one-thousand, two-one-thousand, etc' thats fine, no stopwatch needed. What I'm looking for is something like instantaneous, half second (or can't quite finish 'one-one-thousand'), or a couple of seconds, etc.

it might sound like a dumb question but I'd really like to know
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I have a couple of questions for the Leonidas owners, first, the buttons on the front are in fact capacitive right? No moving parts? Second question, if you turn the monitor off, wait a couple of seconds and then turn it back on, about how long does it take for the panel to turn on (to show a picture) from the time you hit the on button? I'm after a ballpark, if you can count 'one-one-thousand, two-one-thousand, etc' thats fine, no stopwatch needed. What I'm looking for is something like instantaneous, half second (or can't quite finish 'one-one-thousand'), or a couple of seconds, etc.

it might sound like a dumb question but I'd really like to know

Yes ... and one-one thousand. Wakes up from sleep quickly also.
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Mine takes about 2 seconds to turn on from hitting the power button. It's pretty quick
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Another time-related question for you Leonidas owners:

Since the backlighting is CCFL as stated earlier in this thread, how long does it take for the monitor to warm up to operating temp from a cold start? Meaning, how long does it take for the screen to look normal? I've owned two CCFL backlit monitors and they both took upwards of 15 min to look correct.
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Another time-related question for you Leonidas owners:

Since the backlighting is CCFL as stated earlier in this thread, how long does it take for the monitor to warm up to operating temp from a cold start? Meaning, how long does it take for the screen to look normal? I've owned two CCFL backlit monitors and they both took upwards of 15 min to look correct.



It takes upwards of a hour to get it to look right. I have to hit it on the left side twice, turn it off, turn it on again, then flip it upside down and shake it, blow pixie dust on it and that puts it about right. rolleyes.gif
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It takes upwards of a hour to get it to look right. I have to hit it on the left side twice, turn it off, turn it on again, then flip it upside down and shake it, blow pixie dust on it and that puts it about right. rolleyes.gif

You forgot the smashing a bottle of champagne against the side before every cold boot.

In all seriousness though, does it have a longer CCFL backlight warm-up time (had this experience with the Asus PA246Q and HP ZR30W)? Or is closer to an instant-on usability similar to what you get with LED backlighting?
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i dont know about everyone elses, but mine warms up pretty quickly to full color id say under 5 mins or less
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