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I am looking at NewEgg open box monitors.<br />
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One of the ones I am looking at is <a href="http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16824112176R" target="_blank">this</a><br />
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Has anyone bought open box products from NewEgg? If so, was it a positive experience?
 

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i bought my DFI Ultra-D open box. It didn't come with the accesories, just the mobo and it worked great so far...
 

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A open box LCD.. i world stay away from that, who knows they might of returned it because of a dead pixel..
 

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</div>Then it would be sold as refurbished. A reputable dealer like Newegg wouldn't mislabel merchandise like that.
 

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its still covered under the standard newegg return policy. I purchased my harddrives OEM from newegg and haven't had a problem. I would deffinately get an extended service plan if they offer one though.
 

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hmm... interesting stuff...<br />
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Another question: I am looking for a companion for my 20" WS. I'm thinking 19" WS if I can't get a good deal on a 20" WS... unless if you fine people strongly suggest to get dual 20" WS monitors.
 
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