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hi, i'm new here, i just registered to get some info and such.
i'm really looking forward in buying this monitor as it has most of the specs i'm looking for.
have my pc for both work and gaming and my xbox 360 on the desk, connected at the same monitor so i was looking for something that had speakers, and this baby has even more than i would expect. 27", ips, 2560x1440 resolution and so on. however i have some little concerns about because of my particular desk config. byuing this monitor would mean to me something like: xbox connected via hdmi (that's what the speakers are for to me) and pc connected via display port. i'd connect the pc with the dvi cable but i also have a wacom cintiq 12 graphic tablet so the dvi port of my ati hd7970 is already occupied and the monitor will have the hdmi occupied by the xbox itself. the point is if it runs smoothly via display port, as i'll have to go with mini to display cable, so i'm looking for owners opinions and experiences.
btw i need this monitor really bad, and i'm trying to get as much info on it as possible. currently i have a 1440x900 monitor with both xbox and pc connected: the monitor is connected at the pc with vga cable + dvi adapter and the tablet is connected via its original dvi and a dvi to hdmi adapter. you'll understand how horrible is this config due to my actual monitor and why i'm looking forward this one, as i have a 1500€ worth pc and can't push it to the limit because of the piece of cr@p i have.

oh, and last thing: buying it on amazon would be great, but for now i can only find it on amazon.com and i live in italy so buying from america would be a big weight loss for my wallet. is there any knowledge about amazon.co.uk going to resell it? or at least any rumors? i buy most of my stuff from amazon uk as i trust them completely (and because they have prices a lot lower than here in italy and on amazon.it). or at least any european reseller i can trust?

edit: sorry for any eventual grammar/spelling mistakes, english is not my main language, as you probably guessed
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hi, i'm new here, i just registered to get some info and such.
i'm really looking forward in buying this monitor as it has most of the specs i'm looking for.
have my pc for both work and gaming and my xbox 360 on the desk, connected at the same monitor so i was looking for something that had speakers, and this baby has even more than i would expect. 27", ips, 2560x1440 resolution and so on. however i have some little concerns about because of my particular desk config. byuing this monitor would mean to me something like: xbox connected via hdmi (that's what the speakers are for to me) and pc connected via display port. i'd connect the pc with the dvi cable but i also have a wacom cintiq 12 graphic tablet so the dvi port of my ati hd7970 is already occupied and the monitor will have the hdmi occupied by the xbox itself. the point is if it runs smoothly via display port, as i'll have to go with mini to display cable, so i'm looking for owners opinions and experiences.
btw i need this monitor really bad, and i'm trying to get as much info on it as possible. currently i have a 1440x900 monitor with both xbox and pc connected: the monitor is connected at the pc with vga cable + dvi adapter and the tablet is connected via its original dvi and a dvi to hdmi adapter. you'll understand how horrible is this config due to my actual monitor and why i'm looking forward this one, as i have a 1500€ worth pc and can't push it to the limit because of the piece of cr@p i have.
oh, and last thing: buying it on amazon would be great, but for now i can only find it on amazon.com and i live in italy so buying from america would be a big weight loss for my wallet. is there any knowledge about amazon.co.uk going to resell it? or at least any rumors? i buy most of my stuff from amazon uk as i trust them completely (and because they have prices a lot lower than here in italy and on amazon.it). or at least any european reseller i can trust?
edit: sorry for any eventual grammar/spelling mistakes, english is not my main language, as you probably guessed

Hi FLEGIAS,

Welcome to the forums.

Connecting your PC to the NX-VUE27 with Displayport is the best connection and is the best experience for 2560x1440 Monitors. We have tested mini-DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable connections to PC, Laptops, and Macbook Pro and they all work great.

At the moment we are working with International Distributors/Authorized Re-sellers to bring the NX-VUE27 to other countries. We will inform everyone once they are available in their respective markets.

Thank-you for your comments and questions.
 
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Hi FLEGIAS,
Welcome to the forums.
Connecting your PC to the NX-VUE27 with Displayport is the best connection and is the best experience for 2560x1440 Monitors. We have tested mini-DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable connections to PC, Laptops, and Macbook Pro and they all work great.
At the moment we are working with International Distributors/Authorized Re-sellers to bring the NX-VUE27 to other countries. We will inform everyone once they are available in their respective markets.
Thank-you for your comments and questions.

well i'm really glad to hear that. one more question: since i will have both pc (via display port) and xbox 360 (via hdmi) connected at the monitor, i can change the input source on the osd to switch from one to another?

edit: maybe i already found my answer, while looking at anandtech review i took a look at the osd picture gallery and saw the source input option so i guess if i want to switch from xbox to pc and viceversa i only have to go on the osd menu to do that. correct me if i'm wrong
Edited by FLEGIAS - 9/29/12 at 12:33am
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Great, the October shipment is in and I anxiously await the last of my 3 Nixeus monitors.
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Great, the October shipment is in and I anxiously await the last of my 3 Nixeus monitors.

Is there a reason to choose this over the Microcenter counterpart?
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That depends on what you are looking for. If it is just price and you live in a place where Microcenter has a location then it is great for you. The last I heard they were not shipping them and you had to go to the store to get one. Once there you are allowed to check it out before taking it home which is a great policy for them to have. I learned about the Nixeus before I learned about the Auria. I live in Texas where Microcenter has a location So that would mean tax AND, I would have to drive a minimum of 170 miles each way to Houston or about 220 miles to Houston to pick one up. Travel plus tax expenses, not including my travel time would more than offset the purchase of the Nixeus.

After receiving the first one I was impressed enough to order 2 more. I also talked with the people at Nixeus and Comp-U-Plus(Electronica Direct) and felt confident that they were trustworthy and were looking to enhance their business with this and possibly other monitor offerings and not just in it for a quick profit. I have not been dissappointed.

There is a perception that is something looks the same then it is the same. Not so in manufacturing. While I have not opened up an Auria and Nixeus Vue to see if the components on the board are different, that is an area where a product can differ without the enduser being aware of the difference. However, the Nixeus has a 2 year warranty which gives me a greater level of confidence of their own faith in the product they are selling. I also know that the panels in the Nixeus are advertised as grade "A" panels whereas the ones in the Auria are not classified as far as I could tell when I was purchasing my monitors.

There were also some even cheaper routes I could have taken but I need reliability and do not want to have the headaches of overseas shipping and warranty.
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That depends on what you are looking for. If it is just price and you live in a place where Microcenter has a location then it is great for you. The last I heard they were not shipping them and you had to go to the store to get one. Once there you are allowed to check it out before taking it home which is a great policy for them to have. I learned about the Nixeus before I learned about the Auria. I live in Texas where Microcenter has a location So that would mean tax AND, I would have to drive a minimum of 170 miles each way to Houston or about 220 miles to Houston to pick one up. Travel plus tax expenses, not including my travel time would more than offset the purchase of the Nixeus.
After receiving the first one I was impressed enough to order 2 more. I also talked with the people at Nixeus and Comp-U-Plus(Electronica Direct) and felt confident that they were trustworthy and were looking to enhance their business with this and possibly other monitor offerings and not just in it for a quick profit. I have not been dissappointed.
There is a perception that is something looks the same then it is the same. Not so in manufacturing. While I have not opened up an Auria and Nixeus Vue to see if the components on the board are different, that is an area where a product can differ without the enduser being aware of the difference. However, the Nixeus has a 2 year warranty which gives me a greater level of confidence of their own faith in the product they are selling. I also know that the panels in the Nixeus are advertised as grade "A" panels whereas the ones in the Auria are not classified as far as I could tell when I was purchasing my monitors.
There were also some even cheaper routes I could have taken but I need reliability and do not want to have the headaches of overseas shipping and warranty.

Actually if you want it shipped to your house it is only $17. Also, Microcenter offers a 3 year replacement plan for only $89.99.
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Actually if you want it shipped to your house it is only $17. Also, Microcenter offers a 3 year replacement plan for only $89.99.

So how is that a better deal for me?
1. The shipping is something new they are offering.
2. The warranty is "CARRY IN" I would have to take the TIME to drive it there come back home.
3. The stand is also much better.

In looking at the owner reviews there is a greater satisfaction with the Nixeus than the Auria also.

They are currently out of stock in Houston & Dallas and frequently are out of stock. As a matter of fact they were out of stock in the Texas locations when I made my initial purchase, as they are now. If the unit broke, that would mean I would have to be constantly calling them to be assured if they had them in stock. Tax in Texas is 8.25% where I am and about that everywhere. So the cost would be $400 + $33 + $90 + $17 = $540 at the outset. My Toyota Sequoia gets about 15 MPG. If it breaks it will take my time, and at today's prices $77 in gas to go exchange it. If they had built a location in San Antonio as the supposed plan was a few years ago it may have been feasible. However, my first unit I purchased was $430. I would also like them all to have the same name. I also have 6 24" 1920*1200 monitors that also all have the same name and are the same model.

Do you have an affiliation with Microcenter? I do not have one with Nixeus or Comp-U-Plus. It is just more efficient for me to go with Nixeus and I have been pleased with the service.
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So how is that a better deal for me?
1. The shipping is something new they are offering.
2. The warranty is "CARRY IN" I would have to take the TIME to drive it there come back home.
3. The stand is also much better.
In looking at the owner reviews there is a greater satisfaction with the Nixeus than the Auria also.
They are currently out of stock in Houston & Dallas and frequently are out of stock. As a matter of fact they were out of stock in the Texas locations when I made my initial purchase, as they are now. If the unit broke, that would mean I would have to be constantly calling them to be assured if they had them in stock. Tax in Texas is 8.25% where I am and about that everywhere. So the cost would be $400 + $33 + $90 + $17 = $540 at the outset. My Toyota Sequoia gets about 15 MPG. If it breaks it will take my time, and at today's prices $77 in gas to go exchange it. If they had built a location in San Antonio as the supposed plan was a few years ago it may have been feasible. However, my first unit I purchased was $430. I would also like them all to have the same name. I also have 6 24" 1920*1200 monitors that also all have the same name and are the same model.
Do you have an affiliation with Microcenter? I do not have one with Nixeus or Comp-U-Plus. It is just more efficient for me to go with Nixeus and I have been pleased with the service.

Lol. No affiliation. Just wondering why you praise Nixeus so much over the Auria when they are essentially the same monitor. I think the Nixeus is a better choice for you but might not be for everyone. If I lived 5 minutes away from a Microcenter then to me the obvious better choice would be the Auria.
My math is a lot different than yours when comparing apples to apples.
Auria is $400 + 33 (tax) + 50 (2 year replacement) = $488
Nixues is $500 + $41.25 (tax) = $541.25
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Auria - $400 Monitor + $33 Tax + $90 Replacement + $17 Shipping = $540 I took the $90 you stated in post #167
Nixeus $430 Monitor + $0 Tax + $0 replacement charge +$0 shipping = $430

The "carry in only" for replacement has got to be a real deal breaker for a lot of people. To use the carry in for me I also have to pay for gas to and from Microcenter so carry in replacement for me would really be $167 plus about 7 hours out of my life at a minimum.

I have other monitors I can use in the mean time should one go down, but to have the carry in replacement policy that I paid for be of any benefit to me I have to make the trip. Since Micro Center has limited locations it is not a good deal for a lot of people. HOWEVER, just about everybody can get UPS service to their doorstep.

Another guy on Amazon feedback that contacted me is getting the new ASUS PLS panel monitor which cost $699. For him, he thought it was a better deal. It is all about where you see value and risk.
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