Originally Posted by BababooeyHTJ
I really don't understand why. You know as well as I what a matte coating does in 3d. You would have to be pretty uninformed to complain about a 3d display being glossy imo. Even in 2d I love the glossy finish on my catleap.
Actually I learned why I saw that "screen door effectt" in 3d on my planar sa2311w from one of your reviews. You're the only person that I've ever seen mention that.
Often manufacturers fail to indicate if their displays are glossy or matte in their product summaries and images so I can understand when some people are annoyed, especially since most of my local retailers only ever carry low end TN panels.
Originally Posted by hamzatm
The VG248QE is exactly the same thing but with an onscreen crosshair feature instead of that visible black level thing.
The XL2411T has slightly better 2D colors once the gamma setting is changed but worse motion performance since it suffers from overshoot (ghosting), just like it's predecessors. The Asus comes "Black Equalized," (1.8 average gamma) out of the box @120 and 144hz.Edited by MenacingTuba - 4/25/13 at 11:05pm