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Originally Posted by RonindeBeatrice View Post
ontopic: 24" IPS panel, card reader, USB hub, Asus brand name? $800.
Actually, the price is nothing to do with the brand name. ALL P-IPS monitors right now are disgustingly expensive but they are made for professional work.

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Eh, $500, there are already better S-IPS panels on the market at that price point, but hey, if it means more IPS panels on the market I am all for it.
I fail to see how S-IPS monitors could be any better than this... plus if anything, e-IPS is driving IPS mainstream VERY quickly.
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First, it’s a 16:10-aspect ratio monitor with 1920×1200-pixel resolution. Growth in widescreen video playback has seen virtually all monitor makers drop back to 16:9-aspect ratio and smaller 1920×1080-pixel resolution, which is better suited to HD video.
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Give us refresh rateeeeee
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post #64 of 80
$900 is a bit expensive tho.
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Give us refresh rateeeeee
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based on specs, how does it compare to dell u2410?
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The news is a month old despite the publish date of the article.

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based on specs, how does it compare to dell u2410?
Well considering a P-IPS is:

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The panel is ultimately an H-IPS structure, but the "p" (professional) was introduced by NEC to distinguish their new "10-bit" models.
Source.

Specs wise they are pretty close to being the same. But, everyone knows you never compare two products based on specs alone.Until it is tested it's hard to tell how much better it is compared to the U2410 (With its price tag I expect it to be better).

And concerning the response time, please remember that is just marketing just like contrast ratios. You can't trust it until it's proven. The input lag should also be a consideration if you are a gamer.
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post #69 of 80
While I'm pleased to see asus releasing an IPS panel display (and backing 16:10), I wish they would consider a more affordable approach for this 24" unit. At that pricepoint you're competing with 27 inch IPS units that offer superior resolutions and arguably better customer service (Dell is a dream to work with compared to other manufacturers). I understand that this P-IPS panel could very well offer superior color reproduction, but asus could be missing the enthusiast market with this one. As with any new product, I look forward to the formal reviews.
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The news is a month old despite the publish date of the article.



Well considering a P-IPS is:

Source.

Specs wise they are pretty close to being the same. But, everyone knows you never compare two products based on specs alone.Until it is tested it's hard to tell how much better it is compared to the U2410 (With its price tag I expect it to be better).

And concerning the response time, please remember that is just marketing just like contrast ratios. You can't trust it until it's proven. The input lag should also be a consideration if you are a gamer.


Is this a 10-bit panel or a 12-bit panel as both reports show different specs. (different pricing too)
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