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Might want to add that it's a refurb to the title.

great monitor, I have the Hanns-G version at home.

EDIT: NVM, didn't read all of OP
 

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"# Disclosures:
# LCD displays may have cosmetic imperfections that appear as small bright or dark spots. This is common to all LCD displays used in products by all vendors and is not specific to any vendor or brand. Below are the acceptable amounts of "dot defects" for LCD displays that we sell:
# 26-Inch to 28-Inch:
# Total Defects: 8
# Bright or Dark Dots (random): 4
# Bright or Dark Dots (2 adjacent): 2
# Bright or Dark Dots (3 adjacent): 0
# Minimum distance between defects: 15 mm (bright to bright dots)
# Minimum distance between defects: 5 mm (dark to dark dots)"
 

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its good but since its refrib your manufacture warranty runs out in around 90 days. So if you are stuck with a monitor that has a few dead pixels your as out of luck.

I have tee same re branded Hanns-g one, Their good but i got a dead pixel on the bottom center of my screen. Nothing i can do about it.

i would by a second one so i can use my comp and play xbox at the same time.
 

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ehh ehh I am sure you mean your Tv.... ehh ehh nothing to worry about people!

everything is fine he was just talking about his tv... huh...

lol.
 

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Originally Posted by pistons50 View Post
Monitor is one of the few things I would prefer new otherwise nice deal.

Same here. I honestly would not buy a refurbished/used monitor due to possible chance of physical defects (I mean... the point of a monitor is to look at it)... but still, great price for such a large monitor, and thanks for posting the deal.
 

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This worth the upgrade from a 22" Hanns-G? I love my monitor, but I want to run at 1920x1080. This monitor only does 1680x1050.
 

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This worth the upgrade from a 22" Hanns-G? I love my monitor, but I want to run at 1920x1080. This monitor only does 1680x1050.
Totally worth it.
This monster runs at 1920x1200.

You can get it new from TD for $50 too if you have worries about dead pixels and such.
 

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how much are they charging for shipping though?
To where I live the cheapest option was $31.00
 

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To where I live the cheapest option was $31.00
then in that case I'd just pony up and get a new one off TD for slightly more.
 

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Originally Posted by Droogie View Post
This worth the upgrade from a 22" Hanns-G? I love my monitor, but I want to run at 1920x1080. This monitor only does 1680x1050.
Check-out this deal:

http://www.overclock.net/online-deal...25-5-inch.html

For a much cheaper price, you get a monitor with denser pixels 1920x1200 in 25.5 inches over in 28 inches, wonderful input options, and it's an amazing monitor brand-new for only 25 more dollars.
 
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