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The apple keyboards are sex. Only other keyboard I would consider if I didn't have a mechanical.

Don't ever try to game on one.
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post #342 of 3079
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Originally Posted by Mjolnir125 View Post

That is a pretty damn big if... I hate using laptop keyboards when they are attached to a laptop; I sure as hell don't want to use one when I am using a desktop as well.
hm, to each his own. Apple's chiclet keyboards feel really good, have you even used one before? They are leaps and bounds ahead of the typical "laptop keyboard"
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I had both.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1381101/side-by-side-comparison-u2713hm-pb278q-which-one-to-keep

I want to be completely fair about this as I don't want to come off as biased. For the performance you get they are very comparable to each other. The ASUS had depoer blacks, the Dell has deeper contrast. They both game almost equally with the ASUS ahead by 0.01ms input lad according to PRAD. The DELL colors pop more.

I'm not sure if ASUS individually pre-calibrates each monitor like DELL does.
DELL offeres the native 28 Hz via HDMI through blu-ray playback.

Do you need or want USB ports?

Looking at pricing now its Different than it was just a week ago where they were on sale for $548.98. I picked mine up about three weeks ago for $585 total. The premium panel warranty allowed me to exchange my monitor without any hassle until I found a monitor I liked. Some people get lucky off thier 1st shot, some on their second or third. However the new revisions out now a A01. That was discussed in this thread a few pages back and we think its improved. Premium panel warranty, at least you know it's free cross shipping back and forth until you find a monitor that you do like and is flawless.

So if you're ready to pull the trigger you need to look at what you want out of your monitor and I would look at pricing and then compare.

Other members feel free to interject anything I might haver missed or like to add.
I don't care about usb ports.And i have a 55inch samsung led for movies and such.I just want a good gaming monitor.Right now i have two boost 7950s in crossfire and i am using a 1080p 60hz monitor lol.I was on the Asus page and i hear some complaints about the PWM lighting and headaches and such.I just really want the best 1440p monitor between $700 to $800 max..
 
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hm, to each his own. Apple's chiclet keyboards feel really good, have you even used one before? They are leaps and bounds ahead of the typical "laptop keyboard"

Yeah, everyday at work...where I once tried to game on one (27" iMac running Windows too). Like it fine for typing; maybe just wasn't used to it for anything else.
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I just can't use shallow keys when I am used to normal ones; I always press to hard and hurt my fingers.
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post #346 of 3079
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I don't care about usb ports.And i have a 55inch samsung led for movies and such.I just want a good gaming monitor.Right now i have two boost 7950s in crossfire and i am using a 1080p 60hz monitor lol.I was on the Asus page and i hear some complaints about the PWM lighting and headaches and such.I just really want the best 1440p monitor between $700 to $800 max..

Well according to PRAD VP2770 has least input lag. Is it noticeable? I don't know.

A look at U2713HM being played here by a random YouTube subscriber. Here it's being videoed from a camcorder.



My own fraps video just riding around Crysis 3 @ 75 Hz refresh rate.

     
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Ok, I don't have a picture, but I do have a review video. The monitor is currently hooked up to my HP/Voodoo blackbird powered by 2 EVGA GTX 570 2.5GB cards in SLI.


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Cool video, but in your description:
" A few things that I forgot to mention...the monitor is a"

is a what?
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post #349 of 3079
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Cool video, but in your description:
" A few things that I forgot to mention...the monitor is a"

is a what?

Good catch. Thank you. I must have hit the character limit for the description. I just deleted that portion. I'm currently posting from my phone, so I'll see if I have better luck posting the full description from my pc.
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Hey guys,

Im looking at buying this monitor and I'm also designing a custom desk so I need to know how much room to leave for it.. Can someone provide the measurements I need in my thread here?
 
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