Originally Posted by atomicus
Disappointing if Dell has gone with the same AUO panel. I thought Dell would have more sense than to let a dog of a manufacturer like AUO drag their reputation in to the gutter with their shoddy panels assembled by a bunch of monkeys and zero QC. Most people won't even know who AUO are, they'll just blame Dell and won't buy from them again. Really, really stupid business decision on Dell's part.
That's right, 90% of people have no idea about it and they blame the company written on the frame of a monitor. It's all about QC. If Dell make sure no crap will get to a customer, their reputation will not be affected. It can be even better.
Originally Posted by Darylrese
Hmmm I hope the chap above just got a defective one and it won't be the same story as the ASUS PG279Q.
I had two - the first had dust and dead pixels, the second horrible IPS glow / backlight bleed.
If this Dell turns out to be decent, I'll certainly consider one to tie me over
Your first one did not have extensive bleed/glow ? If not there may be a chance one can get a flawless monitor...
Originally Posted by michaelius
No reasons ?
- cheaper price in Europe
- HDMI input
- improved gsync module (which should not flicker when fps go near zero)
You right, price is definitely much better than Asus. HDMI I don't need though. Hmmm, if they would resolve uniformity issues maybe it would be worth of thinking about it. I wish they would resolve that the top 1/3 of the screen is darker than the rest - it looks like some gradient and also the sides of the screen which have yellow tint. But I doubt about it.
I didn't know they are already available but in my country they are on stock at about 550e which is not bad price. But there are no reviews out there ? What's that possible
2 weeks for TFT is pretty long time to wait... Oh my, don't know what to do...Edited by misiak - 11/1/15 at 12:25pm