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What did it cost..I dont believe Ive seen one for sale in the US yet....

I'am from Germany have ordered it for 729€ there is one for 685€ but waiting time 3-4 weeks.
Edited by kyuuki - 7/28/16 at 7:59am
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Where did you get that price in Germany?
    
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post #83 of 259
Hey,

All eyes on you: AOC AG271QG !
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I actually made an account on this forum just because of this thread. I'm waiting for the AG271QG to be available in Sweden, and will buy and review one as soon as it is. Hope kyuuki will be able to review one before that though. I might go for the XB271HU instead; if the AG271QG results are a disappointment.

Regards, Mansion.
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Hello i just have seen that mindfactory the shop where i have made the order, has shipped my order have it then tomorrow or monday.
Have ordered from here was lucky to get one, price is now higher.

When i have it will i test all thinks with photos and post the results.
Edited by kyuuki - 7/29/16 at 5:59am
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I found this pixel policy warranty:
http://aocmonitorap.com/root/files/warranty/AOC_LED_Quality_Standards_and_Pixel_Policy_ANZ_0413.pdf
Quote:
27” Wide LED
E2795VH, D2757PH, I2757FH, E2752VH, E2752VQ
3 Maximum Bright Dots
3 Maximum Dark Dots
5 Maximum Total Dots
Quote:
Under these conditions the AOC monitor shall not show more than (whichever of the following limits is
reached first):

a total of 5 non-performing pixels (of whatever type), or
 3 bright non-performing pixels appearing as a red, green, blue, yellow, cyan, magenta, or white dot
on a dark or black background, or
 3 dark non-performing pixels appearing as a black dot on a bright or white background, or
 2 non-performing pixels of any type located less than 10 mm from each other.

AOC offers 30 days zero bright dot guarantee (ZBD) applied to the full range of AOC LED
monitors from end-user invoice purchase date.
AOC will entertain any warranty request concerning non-performing pixels. However, it should be noted
that non-performing pixels are innate within the current LED panel manufacturing process. As such, AOC
cannot guarantee that the return unit to our customers will be 100% free of pixel defects or have fewer
numbers of defects than the accepted standard of non-performing pixels as outlined before.
Quote:
AOC has established clear standards for the maximum of imperfections per panel that can be tolerated.
Your display has been checked to comply with these standards.

I guess it s the same policy for AG271QG .
Edited by ToKuten - 7/30/16 at 3:15am
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Got my AG271QG will test it later and post results and photos.
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Got my AG271QG will test it later and post results and photos.

Looking forward to hear what you think about it and the pics
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Got my AG271QG will test it later and post results and photos.

Nice! Waiting with excitement smile.gif
post #90 of 259
Here my results.

Initial brightness 445.77 cd/m² = 90%
Initial to much green color by me(After calibration have the AG271QG good colors).
No dead pixels.
To much BLB.
IPS glow not much.
The AG271QG have a yellow tint at the screen bottom good to be seen on white bg.
Uniformity is screen center 100% and on the left and right screen end 90% think is like acer.

Have ordered a acer to that have no blb and minimal ips glow.
Will use the acer but the aoc have better ips glow just blb is bad will use both for a week and see if blb and ips glow gets better.

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