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Too bad I don't know anyone with one of the 144 Hz strobed BenQ monitors, and I'm sure nobody I know is getting this Eizo. I really want to see 144 Hz strobing in action.
It's no mystery: more strobes = more frags.
    
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I have big doubts Eizo will release another VA monitor like FG2421. They are IPS junkies and the only reason they released FG2421 was because they had left-overs that didn't pass their stringiest QC tests to be used in one of their industrial $5000 3D monitors. I expect LG or Samsung or even ASUS to release the next affordable panel with good image quality with static CR above 3500:1+. The OLED monitor that is going to be released will probably have an amazing image quality, but for such a higher price, it would make more sense to get a full-sized 4K OLED UHD TV.
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Two german reviews on youtube popped up yesterday. Doesn't help much since I don't know german, but the monitor at least looks nice.
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€1400 in Sweden. And there are already pics showing BLB on it. Can almost buy 3 Asus MG279Q for the same price. Seems like Eizo only plans to sell < 10 of this monitor in total, worldwide.
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€1400 in Sweden. And there are already pics showing BLB on it. Can almost buy 3 Asus MG279Q for the same price. Seems like Eizo only plans to sell < 10 of this monitor in total, worldwide.

here 1k€ from italian store,they ship internationally
and here is the MG279Q for 486,81€
i hope that eizo has some insane qc if they want that price.
here is german amazon for i mean für EUR 1.157,31


omg right side ajaja weirdsmiley.gif



from german site review here


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€1400 in Sweden. And there are already pics showing BLB on it. Can almost buy 3 Asus MG279Q for the same price. Seems like Eizo only plans to sell < 10 of this monitor in total, worldwide.
Well, that's really sad if true.

All i can say is, bring OLED.
    
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TFTCentral's review is up!

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/eizo_foris_fs2735.htm

In short, they liked the build quality, it is not entirely flicker-free (hybrid PWM is used below 55% brightness...), crazy brightness range, theirs has basically no backlight bleed so it's probably cherry picked, FreeSync will probably give you ghosting problems due to the overdrive implementation (MG279Q has a much better overdrive implementation and faster response times), XB270HU/XB271HU/PG279Q response times are noticeably faster, AMD driver bugs interfere with the blur reduction and FreeSync settings according to Eizo.

As expected, 60 Hz blur reduction essentially strobes at 120 Hz to avoid flicker, while blur reduction at the other refresh rates is 1:1. It seems like you actually have control over the overdrive setting with blur reduction enabled. Blur reduction peak brightness is brighter than ULMB and similar to the XL2730Z.
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It lacks a bit of comparison with the MG279Q. I always struggle to determine if the price difference is really worth ... I feel that the text is better on the Eizo (more sharp), but the game (and freesync) is better on the MG279Q.


I still have ten days to decide whether I keep or return my MG279Q for eizo ...
Edited by Farika - 2/1/16 at 11:15am
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"The screen has not really been released yet although it looks like you could find one for around £890 GBP on Google at the moment. Popular alternatives like the Asus ROG Swift PG279Q (£750) and Acer Predator XB270HU (£690) / XB271HU (£650) are a fair bit cheaper. The reason for the additional cost here is down to some of the extras Eizo have included, and to some extent the brand and support you get from them as a company. "

I find it unfortunate that the conclusion compares with gsync screens (Asus ROG Swift PG279Q) even though they are cheaper with gsync tax in addition.

The mg279Q haven't sync module and is exactly half the price.

I expected much better. frown.gif
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