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post #11 of 13
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Originally Posted by jorgemmsilva View Post

Holy ****. Thanks mate, I had no idea about the PWM LED dimming.

I'm googling about this one now:

CrossOver 2795QHD 2560x1440 LG AH-IPS
I can't find enough info on this monitor. There's this review here but it's harder to understand than NCX/MenacingTuba's reviews. http://playwares.com/dpreview/46398151
I'm really curious how it stacks up to the Crossover 27QW Sakwa

EDIT: I almost want to buy the 27QW Sakwa right now to upgrade from my PMW free QNIX QX2710, but it has the same god awful stand and might have even worse BLB as well. Mine has a little on the bottom left and right, but it's not particularly bad.My QNIX is crooked by about 5 degrees horizontally and has about 10 degrees of tilt if you wrestle it. No matter what I choose I need to buy a vesa mount to fix these issues. I have no idea what to buy, but I want 12"+ of positional forward and backward most of all. I'd love to be able to just slouch and point the screen at me as I slide under my desk lol biggrin.gif

Right now I feel like the guy on the left. I like being close to my monitor, it takes up more FOV and I can see more detail, I guess I like seeing the pixels or something (not that I wouldn't love having a PPI where I couldn't)


WHen I try that I end up like this:


So in order to stay close to my monitor I find myself leaning like this (left again):


Posture is really important, if the monitor you get can't adjust you should plan to get a stand to go with it.
Edited by cookieboyeli - 2/9/16 at 4:21pm
post #12 of 13
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Yeah, i actually have the same posture issues.

The vesa mount might not be a bad idea, but It won't permanently solve your problem. A good chair/desk combination can make a difference (shoulder support should be at the desk level).
I've recently suffered from nerve injury in my arms caused by bad posture, so be aware wink.gif (also taking breaks from the computer and exercising once in a while will help with your posture)

BTW, do you know if these monitors have CE Certification? I think they will most likely get stuck at border control if they don't :/
I will ask the seller anyway
post #13 of 13
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Originally Posted by jorgemmsilva View Post

Yeah, i actually have the same posture issues.

The vesa mount might not be a bad idea, but It won't permanently solve your problem. A good chair/desk combination can make a difference (shoulder support should be at the desk level).
I've recently suffered from nerve injury in my arms caused by bad posture, so be aware wink.gif (also taking breaks from the computer and exercising once in a while will help with your posture)

BTW, do you know if these monitors have CE Certification? I think they will most likely get stuck at border control if they don't :/
I will ask the seller anyway
Depends on the border. Pretty much anything gets past the border for the US so long as it isn't blatantly illegal and obvious. At least, as far as I know. They don't usually open packages.
You'll definitely have to ask the sellers. They're responsive if a little hard to understand, go for it. smile.gif

I decided on this vesa mount. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MIBN16O/
This vesa mount will do more for me than anything else would so it's priority #1. I won't have to strain my back and neck which already hurt as my atlas is messed up.

I do naturally tend to take breaks, though probably not enough. Getting up to do things and moving around really helps for sure. I don't want to be wasting away either, so I try to exercise with crunches, and squats (my favorites - yes I'm crazy), and some pushups if I feel like feeling hopeless. lol I'm like a stick figure.

Oh yea shoulder support at desk level, well damn! I've been feeling like my desk is too high lately! That's a big reason why I wanted a vesa mount. I'm definitely going to look into this. I need to shop for furniture since I basically have a chair, two desks, and a bedframe that all suck. I want one of those beds that flips up into a book case! biggrin.gif I'm not going to buy a super fancy raising/lowering desk though. Just one taht adjusts manually will be more than enough for me. As for the chair I'm looking at one of these babies! thumb.gif http://www.needforseatusa.com/computer_gaming_chair_prochief_tbe Pricey but worth it.
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