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just got my i-inx 28"

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Hey guys,

Just picked up this bad boy for $250 from microcenter......all i can say is wow.. best monitor for the price; ever.

Very very slight bleeding on all edges (very unnoticeable).

0 Dead Pixels.

I am a very happy camper



Very nice crisp picture, 1920x1200 is awesome! Highly recommend this one! I'm probably going to get 1 moar, and maybe go for 3 if two isn't enough, although as others have said...pics online don't do it justice.

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I got mine yesterday. Love it. But of course I got 2 blue stuck pixels. One on the left side middle and one on the right middle. Only seen on a black background though. I'm debating weather to return it or not and get a replacement. Only thing is I got mine from Tiger Direct. So I would have to pay like $30 to have it shipped back to them...
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I got mine yesterday. Love it. But of course I got 2 blue stuck pixels. One on the left side middle and one on the right middle. Only seen on a black background though. I'm debating weather to return it or not and get a replacement. Only thing is I got mine from Tiger Direct. So I would have to pay like $30 to have it shipped back to them...
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Ha I have been running that for like the last 4 hours :-) so far nothing. Although 1 of them I was able to massage a bit and its about 95% gone. The other one is still hanging in their though...
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Would u recommend it? I was contemplating on any of the dell 24" ultrasharp's but i think my heart would explode if I spent that much money on them. I saw the deal for it like a month ago but I-Inc sounds like the generic quality of my AOC. Im thinking of getting this and with the saved money, i'll probably buy one of those cheap open box gtx570's to run that awesome 1920x1200 res. Do you love it with your heart?
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Its funny you ask that. I had a Dell U2410 IPS $600. I got this TN $250. And honestly aside from the Dell having better view angles, I think the I-Inc looks just as good head on. Save yourself $400 and get this one, you will not be disappointed...
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Hmmmm, i guess i will probably pick one up within the next couple days from microcenter. I hope some more newegg open box gtx 570's pop up within the next couple of days cause i'm going to need it for this baby
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agreed, my friends have the 27 ultra sharp and the hp 24" ips panel, honestly IMHO this is better. im not a fan of the ips glow either..at least on the hps
    
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Aw yes I forgot to mention that. Their is a anti glare coating on the Dell monitors that make most things looks like they have a dirty feel to it. Like specks of dirt are behind the screen. The only down side to the I-inc is the view angles. Yes they do suck compared to the Dell. But lets face it, who looks at their monitor standing up or to the side :-) I have to send mine back though. The 2 blue stuck pixels are driving me nuts. I just called Tiger Direct. They will pay for the shipping back which is cool. And they will send out the new one 2 day air on monday to me then I send the bad one back without having to wait which is cool..
Edited by falcon26 - 2/20/11 at 9:09am
post #10 of 12
Dead / stuck pixel are easy to remove.. theres plenty of good tutorial on youtube.

And i dont think they will replace your monitor for just 2 tiny dead pixel because dead pixel is pretty normal. it will go away after some time.

Try giving a gentle push around the dead pixel area for a few minutes. That always work for me.
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