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When importing goods from countries outside the EU, 25% VAT is added plus 160 DKK for the Danish postal service. A $385 monitor with $45 shipping becomes a $570 monitor once imported to Denmark.

Just a heads up mate, you can message the seller on eBay that you live in the EU and to send the monitor as a gift.

If you read through the Qnix thread people describe on how exactly you can get around a large chunk of the VAT tax.
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Well if I bought the Quinx I will have to calibrate it, but it don't has an OSD? Never tried doing this, so will this be difficult? To make th Quinx perfect, how much work will it take? Btw we don't have squaretrade in Denmark, is the Quinx still worth it then?
post #43 of 89
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I got to know, the Quinx one, there is the same model a little more expensive with "pixel perfect" what exactly does that mean?
Edited by mikkelzzz3 - 6/1/13 at 1:24pm
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Well if I bought the Quinx I will have to calibrate it, but it don't has an OSD? Never tried doing this, so will this be difficult? To make th Quinx perfect, how much work will it take? Btw we don't have squaretrade in Denmark, is the Quinx still worth it then?

Yes, it is still worth it without SquareTrade.

You can calibrate it by using color profiles from other monitors - there is a guide in one of the thread links I provided.

Mine came with no backlight bleed, but even if yours did, it would be an easy fix...so it wouldn't take much work at all.
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Well the viewsonic has 12ms input lag which is alot compared to the samsungs 5ms. This means quite alot as it´s for fps gaming :/

Considering the human average response is around 200ms, a 7ms difference isn't going to do a thing unless you're an extremely professional Quake Arena planer biggrin.gif

And even in that case, it wouldn't be as dramatic as you make it to be.
   
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post #46 of 89
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hmm ok anyone got an idea about the "pixel perfect"?
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hmm ok anyone got an idea about the "pixel perfect"?

This has been discussed many times before. It is basically a seeling point and you are paying a bit more money for a bit better warranty/return policy. They are all A or A- grade panels pixel perfect also only covers dead pixels not stuck, also doesn't say anything for backlight bleed.
post #48 of 89
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Hmm okay, is it then worth th extra money? BTW with the Quinx should i go with Matte or Glossy? It also seems like the Quinx is more popular than the X-star am i right at that?
Edited by mikkelzzz3 - 6/1/13 at 2:27pm
post #49 of 89
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Hmm okay, is it then worth th extra money? BTW with the Quinx should i go with Matte or Glossy? It also seems like the Quinx is more popular than the X-star am i right at that?

Dont buy korea monitors. buying the pixel perfect maybe you get zero dead pixel but you can get the flickering pcb problems or the power issues.
You put your self in big trouble.Trust me i bought the perfect pixel dont waiste time and money with Korean monitor.A lot of people have problems.
I try the catleap 27 from korea and after 1 month flickering problems that makes the monitor useless. the seller from ebay doesn't care, answer are really slow and careless .Google greensum and dreamseller and u will find a lot of complaint even in this forum. Stay away from korea unknown brands i also try to contact the factory never get a answer.For 100 dollar more u get the asus in ebay for 550 dollars.
I try the samsung S27B970D had a lot of hassle with samsung replacement and invoice issues. Very High back lights bleeding i never see in my life. for 1100 dollars monitor its not worth at all.
I bought at the end the asus for 500 dollars new. Amazing color and was close to perfection.
I checked the monitor and i found 1 dead pixel called asus and they cross shipping me the monitor in 48 hours. Very professional and the monitor its perfect.
My advise is to get The Asus because they have an amazing customer service and the monitor are cheap you can find it for 500 dollars if you have patience.
Get the asus because in case u have problems they will ship a brand new monitor and after you get it you can ship the defective back.
Pretty awesome service
Edited by pompss - 6/1/13 at 2:57pm
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post #50 of 89
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The drop is we don't get those kind of deals. The Asus cost is pretty expensive here in Denmark, and it will properly not get on sale. But aint this a great deal? 1 year warrenty. http://www.ebay.com/itm/QNIX-QX2710-LED-Evolution-ll-Glossy-27-2560x1440-SAMSUNG-PLS-27-PC-Monitor-/130913259255?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item1e7b09cef7
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