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Perhaps an addition to VAT/tax section:

Received the bill today from Fed Ex. Delivery in the Netherlands
VAT was 51.45 EUR (67 USD). Bought from AccessoiresWhole.
    
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The monitor I ordered is also at Ankorage AK. And its been shipped FedEx. So i hope I don't run into this issue. thank god I used my Amex card.
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Just an FYI, I purchased one of these Korean monitors from Amazon and monitored the shipping from Korea. It said that my Monitor went from Korea to Kentucky and back to Korea all within the space of an hour. This is physically impossible. So, I am going to assume that there is an issue with the tracking service they use. I don't know why this is, but I would venture a guess that this is just an error with the tracking service. I wouldn't be alarmed if you see this happening.

Same with me. mine was in Kentucky, Alaska and Korea all within 3 hours. It was a mess
post #6565 of 25893
So I've read a lot of people having to open their monitor to remove the clear plastic "leg" part of the stand. I just gave mine a good tug and it came right out. Not sure why that is my QNIX has that "feature".
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subscribed for lot's of reading.
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The blue LED light on the bottom right randomly goes on and off and blinks sometimes while my monitor is on. I have it OCed to 120Hz and don't notice anything wrong except for that LED light. Does any one know what's up with it?
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The blue LED light on the bottom right randomly goes on and off and blinks sometimes while my monitor is on. I have it OCed to 120Hz and don't notice anything wrong except for that LED light. Does any one know what's up with it?
Could have sworn it's suppose to stay lit blue but for me, it no longer does that and remains off. But if I turn it off, it'll shine red.
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Could have sworn it's suppose to stay lit blue but for me, it no longer does that and remains off. But if I turn it off, it'll shine red.

Mine blinks blue when the monitor is off
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I just went to Microcenter and took a look at a Dell 27" for 729 dollars, and a (not turned on but out on the shelf) LG Cinema Display for 999.00. Personally, the build quality and stands on these monitors in my view was not that much better than the QNIX QX2710 I have. The stands were a little better in design and height, but the quality of the frames of the monitors (plastic brushed metal, similar to part of the QNIX) was not noticeably better / much better ... also, the picture quality on the Dell was not as good as the QNIX IMO. This could be because of calibration, etc. But I was more pleased with my purchase after making this comparison.
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