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I will receive mine from Ncix this Thursday. $599 was a great price thumb.gif
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I will receive mine from Ncix this Thursday. $599 was a great price thumb.gif
Trying my best to hold off til I see what the Lenovo 28 inch 4k brings...it's going to be one or the other.. this is the Lenovo .http://206.17.82.2/en_US/product-and-parts/detail.page?DocID=PD030862
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The Lenovo has great specs. Worth the wait. thumb.gif
Both have the TFT screen. A top shelf TFT.
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It is in stock at Futureshop and Bestbuy in Canada (seen in a store in Vancouver) for $599. Also Bestbuy in the U.S. but for $699, 100 dollars more... weird. Anyways you can price match with NCIXUS.com if it comes back in stock and just pick it up locally now.
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After a day of use, I find that everything is very small but what bothers me the most is the blurriness of Google Chrome.

I'm currently using IE11 and it's MUCH better IMO. Anyone experiencing the same and any suggestions to fix Chrome?

Also, can anyone recommend settings for use (Samsung magic bright, angle, color, brightness, contract, sharpness etc..).
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After a day of use, I find that everything is very small but what bothers me the most is the blurriness of Google Chrome.

I'm currently using IE11 and it's MUCH better IMO. Anyone experiencing the same and any suggestions to fix Chrome?

Also, can anyone recommend settings for use (Samsung magic bright, angle, color, brightness, contract, sharpness etc..).

If Google Chrome is blurry when IE isn't, it's probably not your monitor. Chrome may be scaling the UI causing up-scaling blurriness.
I don't use it myself, and have no way of knowing, so that's just a theory.
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Try using the scaling option in the Advanced Settings section of Chrome, though I do believe that it just inherently doesn't handle high resolutions as well as IE
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It is in stock at Futureshop and Bestbuy in Canada (seen in a store in Vancouver) for $599. Also Bestbuy in the U.S. but for $699, 100 dollars more... weird. Anyways you can price match with NCIXUS.com if it comes back in stock and just pick it up locally now.

Thanks for the tip.

I just cancelled my first time NCIX order. They charged my card on an item they didn't have in stock and didn't send me an email letting me know. Not impressed! mad.gif
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Yeah they charge your card before they issue a tracking number. Standard practice still for most businesses here. Because you are on the west coast, they won't ship it to you directly from New York. They will transfer it internally over to their west coast facilities, then ship it to you from there. So basically you can't know exactly how long it will take...

They should have sent you an email explaining that it was being transferred, or that you were waiting in a queue. Same thing happened to me... bummer...
post #490 of 1323
Being on the east coast ncix shipped mine from NY. I receive mine tomorrow (Thursday)
I tried two other companies that were shipping out of Korea and they could never receive any. When I heard ncix had stock I immediately purchased. Trying to get one in my hands for almost 1 month. Hope this is the USA version
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