Jeez. Well, sucks to be them.
Sorry you got screwed around this way, bud... glad you got it straightened out.
Thanks Doc, the Monitor problem with the first company was the worst customer experience i ever had and I simply can’t recommend it to anyone.
I wonder how many folks bought the monitor unknowing that they got screwed... I think the only reason they returned my Money was because they knew I could open a topic like this and mention the false specs even after a period of 3 months you would be able to return it even if it is used has subpixel errors dead pixels and a life span of over 72hours.
Way to hang in there bud. They're really that crisp huh? You've got me thinking.
Let me say it this way I had 22" Samsungs SyncMasters 2243SN resolution of 1920x1080 but having a FULL HD screen + moving up 5" is massive.
Could say it’s the first time I played a game in FullHD also my Eyes don’t hurt that much after a long session of ZBrush.
Sometimes you learn the hard way that your Hardware is outdated
Yeah, just take it out of the store.... outdated.
Get it home.... there's 2 newer models
Install it same day.... obsolete.
I recently got a 27" Full HD LED LG for $260 AUD... it's crisp, clear.... bloomin' marvelous, in fact
Yeah exactly but I will try to keep these Monitors for 5 years that is if they will work that long Samsung´s did...
I also have LED Backlights now I first wanted to get IPS panels but since I’m not working seriously at home with GFX programs I left the color range by the side and focused on speed. I’m happy so far also paid 260€ for each should be about the same the funny thing is that these cheaper Models do strangely compete with High End Monitors Like ASUS or Dell for 800USD or more I know it has to do with the colors and these also come with a pivot function but who really does need that at Home right?