Originally Posted by Bludge
Is their any advantage paying the extra $30 or $40 for a Pixel Perfect from green-sum?
Originally Posted by GuyHersh
I did spring for the pixel perfect from green-sum, but it's hard to say if its just a marketing ploy or if they actually test it
This thread just goes in circles over and over again but I guess that's because it's attracting a lot of people that have never been to OCN. Even so it's simple forum edict to at least read through the first post...
Originally Posted by wntrsnowg Q: Is it worth it to buy a pixel perfect monitor?
A: No. All evidence as of now suggests that probability of receiving a monitor with no or little dead pixels is random, even if purchasing a 'pixel perfect' monitor. It seems that it is a marketing ploy for them to get more money.
Not to mention this has been discussed in probably about 50% of the 502 pages that we currently have.
Also if you look closely at a lot of the "pixel perfect" monitors they can still have a policy that allows you to have a "flawless" monitor with up to 5 dead pixels. Pixel policy listed within the sellers description is what you really need to look for.
For example the monitor I got for $285 from accessorieswhole only allowed for up to 3 dead pixels.Edited by Outlawed - 7/31/13 at 10:27am