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  Reply # 529346 5-Oct-2011 09:02 Send private message

What about getting an Amoled monitor instead?

Amoled vs IPS is like SSD vs HDD. Vastly superior.

Google the 24" Sony PVM-2551MD. It gets released this month in Japan with a retail price of US$12,500. Small change aye?

Think I might wait a few years until I replace my 24" samys with a few AMOLED monitors. ;) 



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  Reply # 529704 5-Oct-2011 17:07 Send private message

Yea gotta hate it when you don't have a lazy $12.5K to spend on a new monitor :P

Anyway I ended up going with one of these:
http://accessories.ap.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=nz&l=en&cs=nzdhs1&sku=230-12158&baynote_bnra...

Hopefully I'll recieve it byt the end of the week. Thanks for the help everyone :)

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  Reply # 531712 10-Oct-2011 22:29 Send private message

RealityClash: Yea gotta hate it when you don't have a lazy $12.5K to spend on a new monitor :P

Anyway I ended up going with one of these:
http://accessories.ap.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=nz&l=en&cs=nzdhs1&sku=230-12158&baynote_bnra...

Hopefully I'll recieve it byt the end of the week. Thanks for the help everyone :)


Oh I might be a bit late but if you are able to cancel our order from dell you might like to try contacting digizone.co.nz in Albany. I got the U2311H model earlier this year for about $200 cheaper than the Dell website. Might be worth the effort.

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