Originally Posted by digitalforce
What an interesting monitor! I wonder how they all pulling off 120hz with all the inputs, etc.
I might have to order one of these and test them.. might be hard to resell though if they suck.EDIT: ARRRGH! Why do they keep making these things matte only? Am I the only one who loves the look of glossy?!
I think the more interesting thing about those new monitors isn't the 4k, it's the fact it's a A-HVA panel instead of all the AH-IPS and PLS panels in all the current Korean 27" monitors.
If they had a glossy model, I would be the guinea pig on it. My glossy Qnix looks so good after calibration, I don't think anything out there can beat it.. especially at 110hz.. /first world problems
I totally agree with you on "GLOSSY"
Maybe you missed my acknowledgement on [THIS]
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IF this came in a "Glossy" @ that price ... I'd buy it today
A-HVA Panel! / True 10bit board-1.07B / 4ms GtoG 120Hz overclocking ... @$370 hard to pass up
QNIX QX2710 LED Evolution ll DPmulti TRUE10
Originally Posted by Watagump
As far as I know it has not been proven that the Qnix is a true glossy for the lower price. The ebay sellers listing glossy for both the Qnix and X-star, are in the $600 to $700 range. Going to Amazon you have a seller listing a glossy type at the low price, but I cant seem to think its tempered glass, like the lower priced glossy on ebay are.
Hey Watagump, can you expand on your reason why you would think the QX2710 "Glossy" from Amazon/Bizaroo is not a true glossy panel or did I miss read your comments? ... I'm suspicious also with unfamiliar suppliers (ea Bizaroo?) but I don't have any direct proof ... if it were tempered glass, something I certainly don't want, then they'd have to list it as such ... not as glossy ... there are so many misconceptions with tempered glass being a true glossy it's frustrating.Edited by TomcatV - 3/9/14 at 11:08am