Originally Posted by De-Zant
Which also looks like crap compared to that since it's a TN panel (as far as I know it's a TN)
LOL? You think I care about extremely subtle quality differences, differences that are unnoticed after the initial two minutes of starting any work, viewing angle differences, or any other difference that, in any event, boil down to one thing: subjectivity? Sorry, but I'd rather spend my $350 on a giant monitor that does 16:10 and looks pretty dang good rather than spending an indeterminable $xxx more just to have colors better, which, again, makes absolutely no difference since colors themselves are entirely subjective.
The only people that need IPS panels are people who work with graphics a great deal (ie: graphics designers, photographers, film editors, level designers, etc.), people with a lot of money that really care about having what certain crowds think is the best, or those who are insecure enough to need a quick "wow" factor out of their friends. For everyone else, though, there's a company that would be glad to part you from your money.
PS: Your IPS now sucks because OLED is better. Your monitor is inferior to some other dudes monitor based on your completely subjective interpretation of color.