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itcharzherp: The BenQ BL2710PT, Viewsonic VP2770, and Eizo EV2736W are better monitors than the Dell and ASUS...
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i received a glossy Monex M27QSM a few days ago no blb no dead pixels,perfect bf4 plays just like my old tn panel no ghosting but the color is better,i dont notice any flickering at all .
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Originally Posted by Tobiman View Post

I sold the Asus and kept my old monitor. What I plan on doing now is to find a way to test a 2560x1440p monitor, preferably korean, since that's what I can afford, before buying it. I may end up noticing too much lag while gaming and decide that my Acer is still better. I also don't want to lose money on hardware that I won't be keeping.

So, I'll suggest you find a way to test them before commiting to buy. Compare it to your current monitor before making a decision. You see, I really liked the 144hz feature but it wasn't worth the poor color reproduction. The guy I sold the monitor to said it was better than what he had before which might be the same for you but I can't guarantee that. The problem with monitors is just the same with headphones, you think you have something good until you see/hear something much better.

That's a nice strategy to buy a monitor thumb.gif very clever .. I think Korean is good, while I knew that I wouldn't be able to run it with my laptop which doesn't have DVI, so I'm out of Korean option.

Are thinking of getting lags? many people say Korean are very good, why would you think that?

Well .. my idea of buy a new 1440p monitor is for my future gaming PC, for now I have to use it with my laptop.

Also .. tell me about your Acer?
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That's a nice strategy to buy a monitor thumb.gif very clever .. I think Korean is good, while I knew that I wouldn't be able to run it with my laptop which doesn't have DVI, so I'm out of Korean option.

Are thinking of getting lags? many people say Korean are very good, why would you think that?

Well .. my idea of buy a new 1440p monitor is for my future gaming PC, for now I have to use it with my laptop.

Also .. tell me about your Acer?
Acer G276HLDbd Black 27" 6ms. It has a VA panel with a matte finish. Colors aren't spectacular but I've grown to like it especially after experiencing that Asus crap.
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itcharzherp: The BenQ BL2710PT, Viewsonic VP2770, and Eizo EV2736W are better monitors than the Dell and ASUS...

why ?? I've seen posts admiring the Dell U2713HM and also the PB278Q !!
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Originally Posted by bcham View Post

i received a glossy Monex M27QSM a few days ago no blb no dead pixels,perfect bf4 plays just like my old tn panel no ghosting but the color is better,i dont notice any flickering at all .

I think it's like the Qnix thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by Tobiman View Post

Acer G276HLDbd Black 27" 6ms. It has a VA panel with a matte finish. Colors aren't spectacular but I've grown to like it especially after experiencing that Asus crap.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824009424

it looks nice .. i thought it's 1440p and it's 1920 x 1080 .. so, how the resolution with 27" .. i saw posts saying that 1080p with 27" is not very cool ..

because if it's nice .. then I would like to buy the BenQ XL2720T .. it should be beautiful exp
post #26 of 29
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why ?? I've seen posts admiring the Dell U2713HM and also the PB278Q !!
I think it's like the Qnix thumb.gif
it looks nice .. i thought it's 1440p and it's 1920 x 1080 .. so, how the resolution with 27" .. i saw posts saying that 1080p with 27" is not very cool ..

because if it's nice .. then I would like to buy the BenQ XL2720T .. it should be beautiful exp
I never said it was 1080p but yeah, it's not as sharp as smaller monitors with higher DPI. I've gotten used to it now so I don't complain as much as I used to.
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post #27 of 29
The Dell U2713HM is known to have very bad backlighting issues, and some models are known to have cross-hatching, and the ASUS PB278Q uses PWM dimming and has slower pixel response times than the BenQ BL2710PT and Viewsonic VP2770.
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The Dell U2713HM is known to have very bad backlighting issues, and some models are known to have cross-hatching, and the ASUS PB278Q uses PWM dimming and has slower pixel response times than the BenQ BL2710PT and Viewsonic VP2770.

I like your exp about these monitors ..

what's the best choice?
post #29 of 29
You can't go wrong with either the VP2770, BL2710PT, or EV2736W...

The BL2710PT is the cheapest with the fastest pixel response times along with the VP2770. It supports judder-free playback over Blu-Ray, and has 1:1 pixel mapping.

The VP2770 according to PRAD, has the lowest signal delay (input lag) at 7.2ms.

The Eizo EV2736W's only advantage over the others is that it has significantly less IPS glow, which is a huge advantage IMO...
Compare against the VP2770's glow and the BL2710PT's glow...
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