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I'd rather have a professional looking 144 hz IPS monitor from Dell with a solid warranty and sturdy stand at a 2-3 ms delay.

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I'd rather have a professional looking 144 hz IPS monitor from Dell with a solid warranty and sturdy stand at a 2-3 ms delay.
I'd rather have not anything gaming related from Dell with their fixation on bright gamma and washed out image in gaming products.

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I'd rather have not anything gaming related from Dell with their fixation on bright gamma and washed out image in gaming products.
Who said anything about gaming? I buy the Dell IPS meant for graphic professionals as I don't game much myself and honestly I could hardly tell the difference between 60 hz and 144 hz other than it seems more liquid in motion. I like the Dells because they have a great warranty, even if your gear goes bust outside the warranty period.

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I'd rather have a professional looking 144 hz IPS monitor from Dell with a solid warranty and sturdy stand at a 2-3 ms delay.
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Who said anything about gaming? I buy the Dell IPS meant for graphic professionals as I don't game much myself and honestly I could hardly tell the difference between 60 hz and 144 hz other than it seems more liquid in motion. I like the Dells because they have a great warranty, even if your gear goes bust outside the warranty period.
Sure it would be great with the low input lag on the Dell's, even office working would be more pleasant with a liquid motion, but office standards going up to 120Hz+ isn't going to happen anytime soon.

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a 599$ stand, maybe
Apple cash grab joke aside, them charging for the VESA mount is nuts. I thought they were going to throw in a "just kidding!" at the end but guess not...

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Sure it would be great with the low input lag on the Dell's, even office working would be more pleasant with a liquid motion, but office standards going up to 120Hz+ isn't going to happen anytime soon.
Gotcha. I should have made myself clearer from the beginning. Do Asus make a product as good as Dell but clean and mundane looking? With similar warranty experience? I've tried out some larger IPS displays from Samsung and LG in the past but found them wobbly or flimsy or difficult to adjust. HP DreamColor or Dell Professional are some of the best color accurate, easy to use, high quality monitors I've ever enjoyed owning, even if their response time is meh.

Though if there were a market for them, I think it would get made.

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Gotcha. I should have made myself clearer from the beginning. Do Asus make a product as good as Dell but clean and mundane looking? With similar warranty experience? I've tried out some larger IPS displays from Samsung and LG in the past but found them wobbly or flimsy or difficult to adjust. HP DreamColor or Dell Professional are some of the best color accurate, easy to use, high quality monitors I've ever enjoyed owning, even if their response time is meh.

Though if there were a market for them, I think it would get made.
These new LG ultragears are actually solid build quality wise, and look really clean, have you looked at the pictures? Just remains to be seen if the 27GL850 has better QC. The panel specs itself are ahead of the competition so far with the extended color space and 1ms.


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These new LG ultragears are actually solid build quality wise, and look really clean, have you looked at the pictures? Just remains to be seen if the 27GL850 has better QC. The panel specs itself are ahead of the competition so far with the extended color space and 1ms.

I'd have to see one in person at a store and play with the stand and other movement features. The last LG IPS I toyed with felt like it was going to break whereas with the HP or Dell units, you could slap them and they wouldn't crack at a joint. I've seen a video review of those LG stands but again, it's something I prefer to play with in a store to get an idea of how it is.

Do LG IPS have use hours in the menu system or backlight hours? Or is that something you'd want to find out using third part software? Dell and HP have it in there since there's a rate of degradation at X hours if run at Y brightness over Z time.

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I'd have to see one in person at a store and play with the stand and other movement features. The last LG IPS I toyed with felt like it was going to break whereas with the HP or Dell units, you could slap them and they wouldn't crack at a joint. I've seen a video review of those LG stands but again, it's something I prefer to play with in a store to get an idea of how it is.

Do LG IPS have use hours in the menu system or backlight hours? Or is that something you'd want to find out using third part software? Dell and HP have it in there since there's a rate of degradation at X hours if run at Y brightness over Z time.
Yeah you can see it, that's a given in any gaming monitors i've seen.

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