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  Reply # 675940 23-Aug-2012 14:07
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Anyone know of a desk mount that will take 3 of these bad boys?
I just got mine, and I consider myself exceptionally picky when it comes to monitors and I have to say my jaw hit the ground. Shame about the lack of inputs, but the picture is just mind boggling.

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  Reply # 689983 22-Sep-2012 19:07
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I have a Dell Ultrasharp 27-inch and it is amazingly beautiful. I really recommend it, the price for the quality of display is fantastic these days. You can get good prices at PB Tech or Playtech too on them.

Like others said I never notice the logo. When I first bought it I thought it was going to annoy me but I never see it. Too busy looking at the killer image!

I bought it for photo/graphics work that needs to be colour-critical and while it's not as perfectly accurate as they claim it's still close enough for 99% of clients.

I play about 12+ hours of games per week. It is a shockingly gorgeous for games... and watching movies... well, the colour rendition and depth is the best I have ever seen... once I get around to setting up true 24fps playback on it it will the best screen I have ever seen for watching films, period. If anyone has been in a proper Telecine suite where they do colour grading for film/video I can tell you it is as good as those displays at about 1/10th the price. Aside from the slight juddering from being a 60Hz display (actually I think it's 59.98Hz in reality) the picture is better than any consumer HDTV I have ever seen. And I have seen all of the most expensive ones out there. It's at least as good as the new Panasonic Plasmas that started arriving at the end of last year.

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