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Korean 27" Monitors Normal Version vs "Perfect" Version

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I was browsing through and looking for a Korean monitor and I found two things. There was a Qnix 2710 and the Perfect Pixel version of it. What is the difference? Also which brand would you recommend?
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You should have posted this in the Qnix thread. I would recommend the Perfect Pixel version but I've seen people buy the 2710 with no problems.
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You should have posted this in the Qnix thread. I would recommend the Perfect Pixel version but I've seen people buy the 2710 with no problems.

Oh, thanks I will do that. Sorry.
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I just bought the Qnix normal version and it came perfect :-D
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