Thinking of buying this X-star, but I am worried it will have pixel problems if I don't pay more for a pixel perfect one.
Do they test all of these monitors and sort them out? If so I would guess not paying for the pixel perfect means your getting a worse monitor. However if they only cherry pick a few, and never look at the rest, I suppose you could have a chance of getting a perfect pixel for less money.
For $50 more I can get a 0-1 bad pixel "pixel perfect". Is it worth it? Do they sort through all of these and segregate? For even more I found one add that says 0 bad pixels, but then the price is nearing $400.
Looking for advice.
Also, I have this computer in the living room with only a wall behind me (no windows behind me or much of anything but a wall. Would glossy be better than the coated in this case? There are no lights behind me either.
My 60" TV is glossy and I never seem to notice, in fact its the only tv in the house that is glossy and I think it looks the best. My cell phone is glossy also and I can't say it ever bothered me (Samsung Note 2)...However I am fine with Matte as well if there is not a better picture with the glossy.