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i have a samsung 225bw and its amazing. no backlight bleeding, no dead pixels. its perfect.
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Have you completely ignored everything actual Dell owners have said in this thread up until this point? Their service is hardly what I would call bad. Have you ever tried getting a bad display replaced by Samsung? I have, and it wasn't fun... trust me.
I tried to order a PC from them. I had a few questions and got on the online chat with them. Asking a few questions and it soon became apparent their service has absolutely no clue what they are talking about. When a guy doesn't know how to do his job i call it bad service. Although they were polite i might add, they just didn't have a clue.

Also Dell cheaps out on allot of critical components in their PC. I have seen some of the crappiest mobo in my life inside a Dell PC.
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Originally Posted by Licht
Also Dell cheaps out on allot of critical components in their PC. I have seen some of the crappiest mobo in my life inside a Dell PC.
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The 19" dells however, that were bundled with total crap computers BTW, still are immaculate. I hate Dell's computers, and I don't really care for them as a company either, but their displays are nothing short of godlike.
I guess you missed where I said that too.

I fully admit that their computers are crap, and as I said I really don't like them as a company all that much either. I agree with you there.

The thing is, I have had more actual hands-on, day to day experience with more different LCD displays than almost anyone I know, and probably more than at least 90% of the users on this forum. I hate to admit it, but Dell really makes a nice display. As far as their customer support for displays, it is good by all accounts I've heard, and by personal experience. Their customer support for systems is awful.

Trust me, if there was a way I could remove the dell logo, I would.
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