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What do you mean? Do you mean 165 Hz vs 144 Hz or something else?


Only if the IPS panel is noticeably slower than TN.
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Dude, thank goodness someone confirmed this weird coating and it wasn't just me tripping. The coating does look like it has a shiny layer of some shiny substance, kinda like fat plus whenever you touch the coating with your fingers or skin in general it gets those "greasy" spots immediately.

Thus I'm assuming that acer/asus put their own coatings on the panel. I might be wrong though.

I think they all have the same coating, I thought I must have flicked some food on it or something, because it looked like fat, but I think it does it if you rub the screen too hard, just don't rub the screen hard at all. Its not very good though on a £700 monitor, the monitor I currently have has had all sorts of crap thrown on it in the 7 years I have owned it and because of the glossy coating it just wipes off.
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@xarot

I moved the monitor and took a photo for you mate, let me know if you find something.

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@mrgamer- hmm thats really a bummer... Sucks to see that 278 still has issues...

How is blb on this 278, is the coating still the same or did they change it a little?

Does that 8-bit tn panel also come from AUO? Why on earth wouldnt samsung and lg develop a similar panel? Why does it have to be some trash manufacturer like auo? It didnt look as it took auo a long time to actually develop those panels, it only took a couple of months after they announced it if i remember correctly. So it cant be that hard...
the coating is the same.
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@xarot

I moved the monitor and took a photo for you mate, let me know if you find something.

20151016_140243.jpg

Thanks, looks same as my first monitor. It's all good.
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thats how it is now days boys.. price UP quality DOWN.
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just bought the asus pg278q, to see if i can this one without dead pixels, but no luck-

Oh nooo, going to take mine withing few hours. Seems I can only pray... What about other issues? Pixel inversion, BLB ?

Btw, it is stuck or dead ? What about other dirt ? Hell, there are 3,686,400 pixels, why the f*** there must be always 1 or 2 dead ??
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Just contacted Scan. They received their stock today and have told me that they will upgrade my delivery to tomorrow for free as I called, so yeah I'll get it tomorrow. The website also states that they now have them in stock and I was told they have around 40.
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its because AUO is a bunch of morrons, some low-budget trash company.

many smartphones/tablets have even more pixels on even smaller space, which makes it even harder to manufacture, and its very rare to get one with pixel problems. In fact from all ppl I know, noone ever had dead pixels on their phone/tablet, which most of the time have ips panels.
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Just contacted Scan. They received their stock today and have told me that they will upgrade my delivery to tomorrow for free as I called, so yeah I'll get it tomorrow. The website also states that they now have them in stock and I was told they have around 40.

Good luck.. i'm so close to order one for myself but at the same time so scared smile.gif please come back to do a quick review of your panel!
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