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I also wish I got cherry-picked panel like those guys from review sites....
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post #3032 of 9409
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Originally Posted by EmCom View Post

Bleed was pretty minimal and without the dead pixels i would have kept it. It was also resealed with a QC Passed sticker. Some QC that is...

For now it stays in the box mad.gif


ps. I hate all the reviews. I want a hand-picked monitor without any flaws.

Customer reviews are best if they know what they're talking about. The items they'll be reviewing won't be cherry picked and they likely paid for it so there's less bias.

On a side note here is another video of my monitor with the brightness set to 35.
post #3033 of 9409
Is it kind of strange that the XB271HU is coming out very soon but no one is talking about it?
post #3034 of 9409
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Originally Posted by biosmanager View Post

Yeah, but as you said they also measured sub-optimal screen uniformity. That bottom right corner...
Or is this also different to my issue?

Well could be related. They had this red area only in bottom right corner but hard to say what is cause of this because luminosity in the lower third is +/- the same and they don't have this red area (color shift) in the left bottom part of the screen (left 10%, right 11%). So maybe it is some defect or what. Really don't know for sure.
post #3035 of 9409
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Is it kind of strange that the XB271HU is coming out very soon but no one is talking about it?

well theres no releasedate whatsoever except a picture of it on acers website..
post #3036 of 9409
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Originally Posted by Benny89 View Post

I also wish I got cherry-picked panel like those guys from review sites....

We all do guys, we all do smile.gif But reviewers do not need to cherry-pick.... ASUS or any other manufacturer will always make sure they get the best of the best samples they can provide for review. So always expect worse quality than reviewed product. If you are super lucky, you will get the same, but never better... It's said, but it is a reality of this consume material world...
post #3037 of 9409
Brightness 80 is high.. Advice for this panel is between 20-40..
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Originally Posted by EmCom View Post

Bleed was pretty minimal and without the dead pixels i would have kept it. It was also resealed with a QC Passed sticker. Some QC that is...

For now it stays in the box mad.gif


ps. I hate all the reviews. I want a hand-picked monitor without any flaws.

That's why I bought a refurbished Acer XB270HU couple months ago (whole panel replaced).. Because the store I bought it from could check it for me (had been out of the box anyway) and garantee it was perfect.. Add to that full 2 year warranty and 21% discount and I was very happy with my purchase..
post #3038 of 9409
This monitor arrived today from Overclockers UK. I'm actually in the USA. I see that it has an external power supply. I would like to know what precautions I should take with powering it. I see that it comes with an external power supply that lists "Input AC100-240V ~ 50-60Hz 1.5A". Can I simply plug that into a converter and then plug it into an American socket?
post #3039 of 9409
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Originally Posted by Rocketlucco View Post

This monitor arrived today from Overclockers UK. I'm actually in the USA. I see that it has an external power supply. I would like to know what precautions I should take with powering it. I see that it comes with an external power supply that lists "Input AC100-240V ~ 50-60Hz 1.5A". Can I simply plug that into a converter and then plug it into an American socket?

Yes, it's going to be fine, just like when you bring a laptop with you and the PSU can plug into a 240V.
post #3040 of 9409
Why should anybody buy this monitor over the new Acer XB271HU? What about this monitor vs the old Acer XB270HU without any qc issues? Isn't it just a lot cheaper but without hdmi?
Edited by bowgamer - 10/20/15 at 3:32pm
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