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I was looking at a pretty good flat panel on newegg. There is a dead pixel policy, they will only refund if there are 8 or more dead pixels. I do not want to have it arrive with a dead pixel and waste 300 bucks... Should i take the risk?
 

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Originally Posted by ATVkid*AFZ*
i'd go for it. what are the specs?
Here are the specs to this ben q flat panel:

Panel Type: TFT Active Matrix LCD
Native Resolution: SXGA 1280 x 1024
Pixel Pitch: 0.264 mm
Brightness: 300 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio: 500:1
Response Time: 8 ms
View Angle: 140° / 130° (H / V)
Input Connectors: 15-pin D-sub
Features: Built-in Power Supply, One-touch iKey Auto-Calibration
Dimensions & Weight: 14.9" x 14.3" x 5.3" (WxHxD) / 8.4 lbs
 

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Originally Posted by cfog3291
Here are the specs to this ben q flat panel:

Panel Type: TFT Active Matrix LCD
Native Resolution: SXGA 1280 x 1024
Pixel Pitch: 0.264 mm
Brightness: 300 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio: 500:1
Response Time: 8 ms
View Angle: 140° / 130° (H / V)
Input Connectors: 15-pin D-sub
Features: Built-in Power Supply, One-touch iKey Auto-Calibration
Dimensions & Weight: 14.9" x 14.3" x 5.3" (WxHxD) / 8.4 lbs
Specs look good, but a 15" with that native resolution is gonna be an eye killer... for around 300 you should be able to score a 17" with 12-16ms response time.
 
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