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The NX-VUE24 will be available in UK and Europe once we receive the regulatory certification approval.

Hi, how's it going with the certification approval? Still not available in UK or Europe.
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Hi, how's it going with the certification approval? Still not available in UK or Europe.

Thank-you for the question.

They are already on transit to Amazon UK. Depending on customs and Amazon processing the shipment, they should be available here in the next few weeks:

NX-VUE24A
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0131PBN6U

NX-VUE24B
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B013CRPUBQ
 
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Updated OP

I just checked and the monitors are now available at Amazon UK
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nixeus-1920x1080-FreeSync-Adaptive-Sync-Adjustable/dp/B0131PBN6U/
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I've been looking into this monitor, as well as the ViewSonic XG2401 and Acer XF240H.

How happy are you guys with the VUE24? Any freesync or input latency issues? Do you think its worth purchasing over the other two monitors I listed?

So far the only thing keeping me away is the amount of reviews on both amazon and newegg that complain about dead pixels.
Edited by PsYcHo29388 - 6/24/16 at 4:49am
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I've been looking into this monitor, as well as the ViewSonic XG2401 and Acer XF240H.

How happy are you guys with the VUE24? Any freesync or input latency issues? Do you think its worth purchasing over the other two monitors I listed?

So far the only thing keeping me away is the amount of reviews on both amazon and newegg that complain about dead pixels.

We apply similar ISO standards and pixel policy as the brands you mentioned.

Pixel anomalies are a rare occurrence and we have performed warranty exchanges for customers that have contacted us. However we have updated QC standards in place to make sure it is minimized even more.

There seems to be some misunderstanding regarding pixel anomalies:

Color pixels can some time appear or disappear over time because they are "stuck pixels" - which is why some time you can fix them by gently rubbing on them or run games/moving images for awhile.

Dark pixels are considered dead - cannot be fixed.
Edited by Peter Nixeus - 6/24/16 at 12:17pm
 
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I've been looking into this monitor, as well as the ViewSonic XG2401 and Acer XF240H.

How happy are you guys with the VUE24? Any freesync or input latency issues? Do you think its worth purchasing over the other two monitors I listed?

So far the only thing keeping me away is the amount of reviews on both amazon and newegg that complain about dead pixels.

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/viewsonic-xg2401-24-inch-freesync-monitor,4504.html

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/nixeus-nx-vue24a-24-inch-144hz-freesync-monitor,4336.html


TLDR:
The Viewsonic is better in every way except the freesync range is 48-144 instead of 30-144 on the Nixeus. However i consider the freesync range to be irrelevant here because you're looking at 144hz monitors and you dont want to be running at anything lower than 60 fps anyway so should never fall below 48 fps to begin with.
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I've been looking into this monitor, as well as the ViewSonic XG2401 and Acer XF240H.

How happy are you guys with the VUE24? Any freesync or input latency issues? Do you think its worth purchasing over the other two monitors I listed?

So far the only thing keeping me away is the amount of reviews on both amazon and newegg that complain about dead pixels.

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/viewsonic-xg2401-24-inch-freesync-monitor,4504.html

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/nixeus-nx-vue24a-24-inch-144hz-freesync-monitor,4336.html


TLDR:
The Viewsonic is better in every way except the freesync range is 48-144 instead of 30-144 on the Nixeus. However i consider the freesync range to be irrelevant here because you're looking at 144hz monitors and you dont want to be running at anything lower than 60 fps anyway so should never fall below 48 fps to begin with.
You hit it the nail right on the head with that. Yes, the majority of time I'm going to be at 80+ FPS, and only occasionally do I fall down to 60 FPS or below.

One thing I heard from a friend is to ignore Tom's Reviews though as they are paid reviews, which is why even though I read both of their reviews for both monitors, I took them with a grain of salt. I kept on reading reviews and saw that viewsonic's offering was still good, but not as great as Tom's review was pointing it out to be, so I don't know what to think on that. Right now it is a $50 price difference between the two monitors, and that may or may not be an indicator of better quality.
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We apply similar ISO standards and pixel policy as the brands you mentioned.

Pixel anomalies are a rare occurrence and we have performed warranty exchanges for customers that have contacted us. However we have updated QC standards in place to make sure it is minimized even more.

There seems to be some misunderstanding regarding pixel anomalies:

Color pixels can some time appear or disappear over time because they are "stuck pixels" - which is why some time you can fix them by gently rubbing on them or run games/moving images for awhile.

Dark pixels are considered dead - cannot be fixed.
Thanks for such a timely response, this alone makes me want to buy a Nixeus over the ViewSonic smile.gif

Yeah I wasn't being specific enough, I saw more stuck pixel reviews than actual dead pixels, but classified them both as dead. I think I'll just chalk it up to the fact that people are more likely to leave a bad review rather than a good one if everything turns sour.
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You hit it the nail right on the head with that. Yes, the majority of time I'm going to be at 80+ FPS, and only occasionally do I fall down to 60 FPS or below.

One thing I heard from a friend is to ignore Tom's Reviews though as they are paid reviews, which is why even though I read both of their reviews for both monitors, I took them with a grain of salt. I kept on reading reviews and saw that viewsonic's offering was still good, but not as great as Tom's review was pointing it out to be, so I don't know what to think on that. Right now it is a $50 price difference between the two monitors, and that may or may not be an indicator of better quality.

I can attest to this as i had the viewsonic for testing and i didn't get nearly the same quality measurements as toms did. I got pretty much average TN results on it so i was definitely a bit disappointed there. I will say however the XB241H is a fantastic monitor and i do have a post of it with my calibrated results here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1597127/acer-predator-xb241h-gsync#post_25264849

As you can see the color accuracy for a TN panel is very good, and the contrast was what i would consider slightly above average. However i think you're focused on freesync only monitors on the count of having an AMD card so i guess that monitor isn't really an option.
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I can attest to this as i had the viewsonic for testing and i didn't get nearly the same quality measurements as toms did. I got pretty much average TN results on it so i was definitely a bit disappointed there. I will say however the XB241H is a fantastic monitor and i do have a post of it with my calibrated results here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1597127/acer-predator-xb241h-gsync#post_25264849

As you can see the color accuracy for a TN panel is very good, and the contrast was what i would consider slightly above average. However i think you're focused on freesync only monitors on the count of having an AMD card so i guess that monitor isn't really an option.
Sadly yes, not only do I not own a Nvidia card, I don't see myself getting one if I keep going by the same trend I have for 7 years (want to switch to Nvidia, AMD's offerings in my price range give better price/performance, rinse and repeat). Based on this it would be pointless for me to spend an extra $100-$150 on gsync.

Otherwise, it looks like a great monitor and would consider getting it. I think based on what you said it might be best to just get the Nixeus as it is cheaper and in the end I probably wouldn't notice a difference in quality from either ViewSonic or any other 144hz TN Panel.
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Sadly yes, not only do I not own a Nvidia card, I don't see myself getting one if I keep going by the same trend I have for 7 years (want to switch to Nvidia, AMD's offerings in my price range give better price/performance, rinse and repeat). Based on this it would be pointless for me to spend an extra $100-$150 on gsync.

Otherwise, it looks like a great monitor and would consider getting it. I think based on what you said it might be best to just get the Nixeus as it is cheaper and in the end I probably wouldn't notice a difference in quality from either ViewSonic or any other 144hz TN Panel.

Here are all the reviews so far:

Hardware Canucks – DAM GOOD VALUE AWARD:
http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/70423-nixeus-nx-vue24a-144hz-freesync-monitor.html

Tom’s Hardware – 2015 Editor Approved Award and Multiple Gaming Monitor of the Month:
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/nixeus-nx-vue24a-24-inch-144hz-freesync-monitor,4336.html

PC Perspective – Gold Award:
http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Displays/Nixeus-Vue-24-1080P-144Hz-TN-30-144Hz-FreeSync-Monitor-Review

Pure Overclock – Editors Choice Award:
http://www.pureoverclock.com/Review-detail/nixeus-nx-vue24-24-freesync-144hz-gaming-monitor-review/

The Game Technician – The Game Technician Essential Award:
http://thegametechnician.com/2016/06/10/nixeus-nx-vue24a-review-freesync-perfected/

WCCFTech (Written Review Article Pending) – Editor’s Choice Award:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBQqo3GV49Y

JayzTwoCents YouTube Review:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cJsskZpWzGw

We understand that different reviewers have different opinions and methods which is why we didn't just send to one review site.

There are some reviews still pending and I believe a few OCN members from the review labs have published or going to publish their reviews too.
Edited by Peter Nixeus - 6/24/16 at 6:11pm
 
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