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http://www.mindfactory.de/product_info.php/27Zoll--68-58cm--Asus-PG279Q-schwarz-2560x1440-DisplayPort-HDMI_1014728.html

They say they expect availability for the 7th October, price is 850€ ...

Which is more than a month before Overclockers. I don't believe these dates, if release was 5 days away surely the retailers would have stock already.
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http://www.mindfactory.de/product_info.php/27Zoll--68-58cm--Asus-PG279Q-schwarz-2560x1440-DisplayPort-HDMI_1014728.html

They say they expect availability for the 7th October, price is 850€ ...

Monitors these days are getting really expensive... 100€ more than the launch price of the original Swift... doh.gif
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Originally Posted by Waro View Post

http://www.mindfactory.de/product_info.php/27Zoll--68-58cm--Asus-PG279Q-schwarz-2560x1440-DisplayPort-HDMI_1014728.html

They say they expect availability for the 7th October, price is 850€ ...

In Sweden they're listed between like 10th and 20th.
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post #1795 of 9453
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Monitors these days are getting really expensive... 100€ more than the launch price of the original Swift... doh.gif

If a monitor has an IPS panel and GSync you'll find they'll charge another $200+.
post #1796 of 9453
The sooner the better obviously but I will be waiting for a TFT central review of both the PG279Q and XB271HU before making a purchase. And some user feedback obviously, we have already seen how bad a release can be...
post #1797 of 9453
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Originally Posted by hamzta09 View Post

In Sweden they're listed between like 10th and 20th.

I received an email from Webhallen today saying that they should be getting the monitors in the middle of october, but they haven't been given any specifec dates from Asus. Also, there is still no word about the Acer XB271HU, but the Z35 is going to be released the 21th october. It's a shame the XB271HU isn't being released in tandem with the PG279Q, because it would be really nice to compare them both to each other.
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The sooner the better obviously but I will be waiting for a TFT central review of both the PG279Q and XB271HU before making a purchase. And some user feedback obviously, we have already seen how bad a release can be...

That was my initial plan, but chances are that they will sell out very fast and I'd have to wait for a few months more to get my hands on one of these monitors. I honestly think they'll sell like hotcakes.
post #1798 of 9453
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I received an email from Webhallen today saying that they should be getting the monitors in the middle of october, but they haven't been given any specifec dates from Asus. Also, there is still no word about the Acer XB271HU, but the Z35 is going to be released the 21th october. It's a shame the XB271HU isn't being released in tandem with the PG279Q, because it would be really nice to compare them both to each other.
That was my initial plan, but chances are that they will sell out very fast and I'd have to wait for a few months more to get my hands on one of these monitors. I honestly think they'll sell like hotcakes.

Absolutely. After the quality control issues were fixed on the PG278Q I've heard nothing but good things about it, lots of people have been waiting for it since the announcement.
post #1799 of 9453
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Absolutely. After the quality control issues were fixed on the PG278Q I've heard nothing but good things about it, lots of people have been waiting for it since the announcement.

QC isnt really fixed with the PG278Q lol, plenty people with recent builds still having same/similar issues as earlier xd
post #1800 of 9453
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QC isnt really fixed with the PG278Q lol, plenty people with recent builds still having same/similar issues as earlier xd

Maybe fixed was the wrong word. You can't have perfect quality control, it has improved though. It seems to be a recurring theme with 1440p panels though, specifically the IPS 144hz panels.
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