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No I've never heard of this problem before, but it could be my power brick is failing in a unique way :/.

Have you ordered a new power brick? Is there any site to buy an equivalent one?
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Teksyndicate just reviewed one of these monitors - he didn't seem too enthused and he's generally not too picky.
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post #143 of 195
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Have you ordered a new power brick? Is there any site to buy an equivalent one?

I ordered a 110v rated one off ebay
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Here's the link to the Teksyndicate review mentioned above: http://teksyndicate.com/reviews/2012/12/30/qnix-qx2700-27-2560-x-1440-ips-led-monitor-review

My take: he liked the QX's performance and value, but prefers the matte finish and more stylish bezel of the Shimian.

Update on my QX -- been about 3 weeks and no problems. Once a week I notice a light static on very dark backgrounds but it goes away with a single power up/down. Been using an aftermarket 110 PWS purchased from Ebay. Still waiting for new Dell VESA stand to arrive.
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Teksyndicate just reviewed one of these monitors - he didn't seem too enthused and he's generally not too picky.

Here's the review:

Actually he says that he's very impressed with the image quality (basically like an Apple 27" except you pay many hundreds less).

He says that he likes the ShiMian better because it looks better and also because it's not glossy. The Qnix is glossy and you may not like it if you play in a lot of sunlight.
post #146 of 195
The reviewer may have gotten a tempered glass version of the Qnix, and a regular Shimian. I picked up on this during the review. If that's the case, the monitors would be similar aside from the stand and shell.
post #147 of 195
Turns out I didnt need a new stand afterall. Flipping the bracket on the back of the monitor raised it up about 2in which is perfect for me.

Here it is:

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Turns out I didnt need a new stand afterall. Flipping the bracket on the back of the monitor raised it up about 2in which is perfect for me.
Here it is:

How bad is the gloss?
post #149 of 195
The bezel, stand and screen are all very glossy but my office set up keeps the glare to a minimum--windows to left and right of monitor with blinds closed.
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The bezel, stand and screen are all very glossy but my office set up keeps the glare to a minimum--windows to left and right of monitor with blinds closed.

I see. My room has a large window to the right however I keep my blinds closed when there's too much glare.
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