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post #8421 of 9443
I can get the PG279Q for the same price as XB271HU.
It has minimal backlightbleeding.

1. How's the picture quality itself on the PG279Q vs XB271HU? Lots of different?
2. How is the matte coating on the PG279Q vs XB271HU?
post #8422 of 9443
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Originally Posted by Uyski View Post

I can get the PG279Q for the same price as XB271HU.
It has minimal backlightbleeding.

1. How's the picture quality itself on the PG279Q vs XB271HU? Lots of different?
2. How is the matte coating on the PG279Q vs XB271HU?

1. In terms of uniformity, the PG279Q is much worse and almost all of them have an obvious yellow tint on the top half of the panel, while the rest is white/bluish. The XB271HU is much better in that respect. Aside from that they are similarly calibrated AFAIK.

2. Both use the same light matte coating.
post #8423 of 9443
post #8424 of 9443
I find the matte coating sightly better on XB71HU than my ROG PG279Q
post #8425 of 9443
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Originally Posted by ajx View Post

I find the matte coating sightly better on XB71HU than my ROG PG279Q

That's interesting. I would have assumed they use the same coating, I haven't had the chance to compare them side by side though. Thanks for the info.
post #8426 of 9443
The coating of the PG279Q is less heavy from a straight angle but heavier from aside. From a straight angle I can't really notice the coating. The heaviness of the coating could also be a lottery, though, since I've seen it vary a little on different units. The XB271HU's is noticeable even from a straight angle.
post #8427 of 9443
I find the exact opposite, the XB271HU matte coating is less heavier, i mean less grainy if you prefer
post #8428 of 9443
When i looked at them side by side, they looked exactly the same putting my face inches from both screens across many solid color backgrounds, and i hate matte coatings and have never used a monitor with a matte coating in my life. However both of those panels are totally acceptable to me, though i would still prefer full glossy.
post #8429 of 9443
Hi I am planing on ordering this monitor and I really do not have time to read all 84 pages so would like to know a few things before I buy one. Thanks

1. Is this monitor is still having multiple QC issues?

2. What are the chances of getting a almost perfect panel?

3. What type of issues is this monitor having from a QC standpoint?

4. Do you recommend I get a different monitor that would have better QC ?
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4. Do you recommend I get a different monitor that would have better QC ?
yes, buy the Acer XB271HU
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