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I have the Asus PB278Q myself and i love it

I got a good one on the first try and am very satisfied.
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post #52 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

It's a risk and forget about the one year warranty.
In case of issues you have to ship the monitor in korea! Do you know that??
25 lbs its around 60 euro maybe more in europa.
If you wanna try My advise is to buy the square warranty 3 year.
without the warranty form square its high risk purchase
Edited by pompss - 6/1/13 at 3:07pm
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post #53 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

Don't use that seller, use one of these links - Qnix QX2710 or Qnix QX2710 (Pixel Perfect for $385)

Make sure you talk to the seller about avoiding VAT tax.
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post #54 of 89
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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

No one else had these "flickering pcb or power issues" in the 170pg thread on these Qnix/X-star monitors, so please stop making stuff up.


Oh wait...LOL, you're talking about a completely different monitor from a completely different seller, please stop spreading misinformation.
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No one else had these "flickering pcb or power issues" in the 170pg thread on these Qnix/X-star monitors, so please stop making stuff up.


Oh wait...LOL, you're talking about a completely different monitor from a completely different seller, please stop spreading misinformation.

I checked the feedback and i see complains about monitor dieds after 1 week flickering and bleeding issues and other stuff.So please what are you talking about??
Shipping in Korea its not free if you get one defective You lost what you save and you must pray you dont have other issues and if he will ship your monitor back in working condition after spending more money.
I just told him my experience with Korean monitor and give him some advise.
I dont know about this x-star or other unknown brands for me they are the same
389,99 + 20% customs tax + 53,99 dollars 3 year square warranty that should be around 50 euro in europa. total around 530 dollars.I lived in europa 10 year and you have to pay customs tax.
Add 100 dollar more you get the asus with the best customer care and if you have patience you can get it for 550 like me.
For me asus is the right decision
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post #57 of 89
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Originally Posted by pompss View Post

I just told him my experience with Korean monitor and give him some advise.
I dont know about this x-star or other unknown brands for me they are the same.
389,99 + 20% customs tax + 53,99 dollars 3 year square warranty that should be around 50 euro in europa. total around 530 dollars.I lived in europa 10 year and you have to pay customs tax.
Add 100 dollar more you get the asus with the best customer care and if you have patience you can get it for 550 like me.

We have 25% tax here not 20%
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We have 25% tax here not 20%

Ohh sorry so its more expansive. For me its not worth the risk for save less then 100 dollars
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In Denmark the price for the Asus won't go under 699 USD. So it's a lot more expensive than the Qnix :/ by is the Asus PLS or IPS
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Originally Posted by Remmib View Post

Don't use that seller, use one of these links - Qnix QX2710 or Qnix QX2710 (Pixel Perfect for $385)

Make sure you talk to the seller about avoiding VAT tax.

But what if i want the glossy model? Or is the matte a lot better than the Glossy
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