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post #11 of 18
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I can't give you much input on that. Freesync does sound interesting. I myself am not a "hardcore" gamer and I definitely prefer IPS to TN. 5ms response time is good enough for me. I wouldn't trade a 5ms IPS for a 2ms TN any day myself.

This is why the LG was a perfect monitor for me. Every display I have owned in over 6 years has been an IPS with 5ms response times. So that is what I am accustomed to. I seen 25" IPS 5ms /w over 99% SRGB for $150 and figured I could not go wrong. The 2560x1080 / 21:9 was pretty much a "bonus" for me as I have always wanted to try one out. Worse case scenario I don't like it and return it.
well i decided to go with this monitor https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B018JYHI26/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
post #12 of 18
Not bad at all. AMD Free Sync, 4ms response time. The wireless charging for phones that support it built into the base is a nice touch.

Were you able to find it in different colors at all?
post #13 of 18
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Not bad at all. AMD Free Sync, 4ms response time. The wireless charging for phones that support it built into the base is a nice touch.

Were you able to find it in different colors at all?
nope sadly lol
post #14 of 18
I could live with white, but the blue accent is a little too much for me.

I received the LG 25" 2560x1080 today. Looking good so far. No dead pixels or backlight bleed. The image quality is damn good too. It looks as good as I was hoping with it having 99% SRGB and obviously 2560x1080 is going to have a higher pixel density.
post #15 of 18
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I could live with white, but the blue accent is a little too much for me.

I received the LG 25" 2560x1080 today. Looking good so far. No dead pixels or backlight bleed. The image quality is damn good too. It looks as good as I was hoping with it having 99% SRGB and obviously 2560x1080 is going to have a higher pixel density.
Cool
post #16 of 18
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Cool

Be sure to post when you get the Samsung and what you think about it. It looks like a nice monitor. Does your phone support wireless charging? I have a Nexus 6 which does and I would use the **** out of that wireless charger that is built into the stand.
post #17 of 18
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Be sure to post when you get the Samsung and what you think about it. It looks like a nice monitor. Does your phone support wireless charging? I have a Nexus 6 which does and I would use the **** out of that wireless charger that is built into the stand.
I have a galaxy note 5, and ill deffently post about it on here
post #18 of 18
Any updates on the display? Just curious is all.
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