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No reason to get any of these panels when you can get 120 Hz 1440P models for the ~same price.

Is it as fluid as any of the 1080p 3d vision 120hz panels? I've heard conflicting reports on this..
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I'm sorry but the Catleap's are not on the same level as the 950D/U2711/zr30w...they aren't even on the same level as the zr2740w/pb278q(Warranty, Reliability, Reputable Resellers, etc.), . For the price they are pretty impressive, but for you to say that there is no reason to get any of the others is pretty narrow-minded. It comes down to what you're willing to spend and I assume you are just unwilling to spend that much money on a display which makes it easy for you to talk poorly about them; but i may be wrong, in which case you need to do some more research and understand WHY the Catleap is priced where it is and why the others are priced so much higher.

Not to assume so much, but i would venture to guess you feel integrated audio/$50 dollar sound cards are just as good as a $200+ one as well.
 
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I'm sorry but the Catleap's are not on the same level as the 950D/U2711/zr30w...they aren't even on the same level as the zr2740w/pb278q(Warranty, Reliability, Reputable Resellers, etc.), . For the price they are pretty impressive, but for you to say that there is no reason to get any of the others is pretty narrow-minded. It comes down to what you're willing to spend and I assume you are just unwilling to spend that much money on a display which makes it easy for you to talk poorly about them; but i may be wrong, in which case you need to do some more research and understand WHY the Catleap is priced where it is and why the others are priced so much higher.
Not to assume so much, but i would venture to guess you feel integrated audio/$50 dollar sound cards are just as good as a $200+ one as well.

Is this a joke? LOL
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FYI , all 27 inch IPS panels use the same LG panel yet that doesn't mean quality is the same. Similarly, if you buy a cheapo HP PC with an ivy bridge processor that doesn't mean the quality is the same as a home built PC with premium components. I would rather pay the additional for guaranteed satisfaction with a Dell - if your Korean cheapo monitor dies in 6 months you're SOL. With Dell, they will replace it with no hassle. You also get more inputs, USB ports, factory calibration, and a great warranty.
My only point is that having the same panel means jack. Just because all 27 inch IPS panels have the same product from LG, doesn't mean that quality control standsards are the same. They are assembled at different factories with different conditions. Not all people want to pay the premium and that is understandable. I do simply because I want a warranty if my product is bad or if it dies in a year. There is no gamble with Dell. With a cheapo korean monitor, you might get a good one but it is a gamble - and if it dies in a year you're SOL.

Remember IPS is a type of technology which includes PLS (made by Samsung) therefore not all 27" IPS technology panels are LG!
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I'm sorry but the Catleap's are not on the same level as the 950D/U2711/zr30w...they aren't even on the same level as the zr2740w/pb278q(Warranty, Reliability, Reputable Resellers, etc.), . For the price they are pretty impressive, but for you to say that there is no reason to get any of the others is pretty narrow-minded. It comes down to what you're willing to spend and I assume you are just unwilling to spend that much money on a display which makes it easy for you to talk poorly about them; but i may be wrong, in which case you need to do some more research and understand WHY the Catleap is priced where it is and why the others are priced so much higher.
Not to assume so much, but i would venture to guess you feel integrated audio/$50 dollar sound cards are just as good as a $200+ one as well.

Is this a joke? LOL
The catleaps really are not as reliable. Go take a look at the monitor forums, there is a huge surge of people having issues, most likely due to a supply problem so now all the A- panels left are the ones with problems.

Lucky for me I ordered a pixel perfect monitor with an A panel for basically the same price. thumb.gif
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The catleaps really are not as reliable. Go take a look at the monitor forums, there is a huge surge of people having issues, most likely due to a supply problem so now all the A- panels left are the ones with problems.
Lucky for me I ordered a pixel perfect monitor with an A panel for basically the same price. thumb.gif

Problems are minor, Poor quality power supplies or loose internal cables, Both are easilly fixed with little knowhow.

For the money you really cant complain, i would never pay the likes of dell or anyone else twice the price to have in effect the same panel with warranty, if warranty was an issu i would have used the square trade option upon purchase of my shimian
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I'm sorry but the Catleap's are not on the same level as the 950D/U2711/zr30w...they aren't even on the same level as the zr2740w/pb278q(Warranty, Reliability, Reputable Resellers, etc.), . For the price they are pretty impressive, but for you to say that there is no reason to get any of the others is pretty narrow-minded. It comes down to what you're willing to spend and I assume you are just unwilling to spend that much money on a display which makes it easy for you to talk poorly about them; but i may be wrong, in which case you need to do some more research and understand WHY the Catleap is priced where it is and why the others are priced so much higher.
Not to assume so much, but i would venture to guess you feel integrated audio/$50 dollar sound cards are just as good as a $200+ one as well.

Telling CallisgnVega to do research on monitors...oh wow that made my day.
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I'm sorry but the Catleap's are not on the same level as the 950D/U2711/zr30w...they aren't even on the same level as the zr2740w/pb278q(Warranty, Reliability, Reputable Resellers, etc.), . For the price they are pretty impressive, but for you to say that there is no reason to get any of the others is pretty narrow-minded. It comes down to what you're willing to spend and I assume you are just unwilling to spend that much money on a display which makes it easy for you to talk poorly about them; but i may be wrong, in which case you need to do some more research and understand WHY the Catleap is priced where it is and why the others are priced so much higher.
Not to assume so much, but i would venture to guess you feel integrated audio/$50 dollar sound cards are just as good as a $200+ one as well.

frown.gif You should go through Vega's profile and take a look at the threads he's started...he's not really the guy to call out on display technology, he's had them all at some point or another.

I'll link one thread for reference: http://www.overclock.net/t/1220962/vegas-heavyweight-display-and-computer-edition-2012

I'd take display advice from Vega before most people on this site.
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frown.gif You should go through Vega's profile and take a look at the threads he's started...he's not really the guy to call out on display technology, he's had them all at some point or another.
I'll link one thread for reference: http://www.overclock.net/t/1220962/vegas-heavyweight-display-and-computer-edition-2012
I'd take display advice from Vega before most people on this site.


While you are right from one perspective I have to say that Anand has a good review here. The one thing that has kept me from buying the Korean IPS monitors is the lack of this




When the Korean IPS monitors start offering that in their panels I might actually buy one. For only 70 dollars more I have no problem picking up the Nixeus. This may be the monitor I use for my eyefinity setup this winter.
 
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Are most LCD panels made by Korean companies (LG, Samsung)? They just take these panels and put them in the monitor right with various components. This monitor looks decent. It has an OSD and HDMI/DP.
Edited by Riou - 10/1/12 at 6:04am
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