- It seems to be the cheapest "perfect pixel" option (mine was $310).
- Universal voltage input; will take anything from 110-240V.
- The manufacturer is actually "Orion Telecom" and the model is the "Potalion 2710QW".
- Only one model has surfaced so far - the DVI-only input with no scaler hardware and no speakers.
- There is a set of VESA mounting holes on the back of the monitor - no need to disassemble anything to get to them.
- The stand is pretty flimsy, but works if you have a sturdy desk. It'll tilt forwards and backwards, but be gentle as it could snap easily.
- It comes with a dual link DVI cable, and they work fine with my GTX 670.
- Nobody has yet tried to overclock them.
- Backlight bleed has ranged from non-existent to significant; your mileage may vary.
- There is no OSD. Most of the buttons on the side do nothing; only power and brightness up/down work.
- The monitor comes with a FOUR year warranty in South Korea, so that's a small reassurance.
Will update this post as more information comes in.