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post #2811 of 9407
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Originally Posted by griellwe View Post

I know it shouldn't make any difference, but they made first batch of top monitor and it looks like they QC was on holiday that time. Unbeliveable

Seems so. I can't understand Asus management. If I would be a manager, I would make damn sure the first batch is perfect because all further sales will be affected by this... Dead pixels? Ok, it may happen. But DUST ???? The other side is, that it is AU Optronics who make ****ty panels, ASUS quality is top notch. Hope ASUS make some pressure on them because they harm their name.
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Originally Posted by misiak View Post

Seems so. I can't understand Asus management. If I would be a manager, I would make damn sure the first batch is perfect because all further sales will be affected by this... Dead pixels? Ok, it may happen. But DUST ???? The other side is, that it is AU Optronics who make ****ty panels, ASUS quality is top notch. Hope ASUS make some pressure on them because they harm their name.

True but ASUS should have checked screens before selling them - at least first few batches, but it's all about money. As you said, I was gonna buy one, now I am not convinced and I may wait for new ACER XB1
post #2813 of 9407
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I can understand you are upset because I would not like to have that on mine, even for half of price you paid for PG279Q. All I mean is how did you spotted it, I could not see it on phone screen and had to turn PC on to see it, it is really tiny, but it shouldn't be there. I must check my MG279Q once again I think.

By the way, that was a question to SELBYFTW, my mistake, but both of you got the same problem.

Umm to be honest in real life the dirt is plain to see. And once you've seen it once it's the first thing your eyes lock onto when the screen is on. I 'm honestly not that anal and wasn't even trying to find it on purpose, there were a few bits of dust on the screen which I was able to wipe away and this one just wouldn't come off. It's very hard to take a picture of it but trust me if you saw it in real life you'd understand.

I know you're not asking in a dickish way dude you're just wondering smile.gif
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post #2814 of 9407
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Just did a price to send it back via DPD and if you can drop it off to them, its only £5 next day service. I love DPD. Shame my local depot is like 45mins drive....

Shouldn't they cover postage costs if item is faulty?
post #2815 of 9407
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Originally Posted by selbyftw View Post

Umm to be honest in real life the dirt is plain to see. And once you've seen it once it's the first thing your eyes lock onto when the screen is on. I 'm honestly not that anal and wasn't even trying to find it on purpose, there were a few bits of dust on the screen which I was able to wipe away and this one just wouldn't come off. It's very hard to take a picture of it but trust me if you saw it in real life you'd understand.

I know you're not asking in a dickish way dude you're just wondering smile.gif

Yes, I have just asked because it seemed so small and hard to see.....but I went back home and checked my MG279Q once again .....guess what? drool.gif It is in top right corner very hard to see, and to be honest it does not really bother me as it is hard to see anyway. In your case I would send it back as it is just in middle of the screen, and as I said it should not be there even in much cheaper monitor.

I am just thinking, as my MG279 is only 2 months old, is it still a good reason to rise a RMA with ASUS.
post #2816 of 9407
If your monitor is good other than a barely noticeable dirt spot in a corner, don't send it back, you could get something much worse in return.
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If your monitor is good other than a barely noticeable dirt spot in a corner, don't send it back, you could get something much worse in return.

I am not going to, I just wonder if defect like that is covered by manufacturer warranty.
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Doesn't even have my picture that shows yellow whites on half the screen. pls frown.gif
post #2820 of 9407
Here's a short video of a black back drop to show any bleeding.
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