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Sadly, it looks like 2017 is yet another year of disappointment.
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Dell UP2718Q
  • 27 inch
  • 3840x2160
  • 10-bit
  • HDR10 1000nits
  • 100% of Adobe RGB, 97.7% of DCI-P3, 76.9% of Rec.2020
  • MSRP $1.999, release May 23rd

No info on panel, but I suspect it's 60Hz IPS-type with FALD. (the Panasonic panel only comes in 31'')
Not sure how this wants to compete with the 144Hz G-Sync versions at that price. But it got the advantage of early release, since it's already out in 1 month.

Those are like identical specs to the G_Sync FALD displays that are going to release. I wonder if it is the same panel, or coincidence. Not sure how many manufacturers just happen to be creating 27" 4K IPS FALD displays at the same time.
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Sadly, it looks like 2017 is yet another year of disappointment.

Except for the new FALD G-Sync displays, those are pretty epic.
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^ I'm guessing that is indeed an AUO panel, a 60 Hz version of the one that will be used in the 144 Hz monitors like the ASUS ROG Swift PG27UQ. I didn't realize that it covers 100% of Adobe RGB and 97.7% DCI-P3, that is nice although kind of useless for games. Wider gamut than perhaps all TVs except maybe Samsing's higher end 2017 models.
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Except for the new FALD G-Sync displays, those are pretty epic.

Agreed it's quite exciting, it's just that the pricetag nukes it out of many people's interest. Including me wink.gif
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^ I'm guessing that is indeed an AUO panel, a 60 Hz version of the one that will be used in the 144 Hz monitors like the ASUS ROG Swift PG27UQ. I didn't realize that it covers 100% of Adobe RGB and 97.7% DCI-P3, that is nice although kind of useless for games. Wider gamut than perhaps all TVs except maybe Samsing's higher end 2017 models.

People that have seen it in person say it is quite a display. I guess the Quantum Dots can be helping out the colors. I'll probably have to go with the new G-Sync FALD's before 120 Hz OLED comes out. 60 Hz doesn't cut it for me.
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By the way, do you guys think there will be an uniformity correction for those expensive 2000$ monitors? You know, like in Dell up2516d for instance? It totally takes the "white uniformity" out of the lottery list, because you can simply switch on compensation and it evens out.

BLB is already out because of FALD, so that would be a sweet move.

The only thing that obviously remains lottery-ish is OFC dust and dead pixels.
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People that have seen it in person say it is quite a display. I guess the Quantum Dots can be helping out the colors. I'll probably have to go with the new G-Sync FALD's before 120 Hz OLED comes out. 60 Hz doesn't cut it for me.
Only if they were 1440p... would reduce price AND make them actually worthwile for single GPU users.
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FALD uniformity should also be much better uniformity vs edge lit anything.
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FALD uniformity should also be much better uniformity vs edge lit anything.
I agree but i don't need new technique ( FALD ) to treat IPS issues . I think it's better to stay with VA 1440p until we see OLED 120hz / 144hz G-sync someday .
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but there is no VA 1440p... tongue.gif
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