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Topic # 189321 23-Dec-2015 22:11
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Wtb an ips monitor for secondary monitor.

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  Reply # 1456315 23-Dec-2015 22:11
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  Reply # 1456344 23-Dec-2015 23:11
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Where are you? I have several I'd consider selling... A Dell 24" 1920*1200, Dell 27" 2560*1440 and Dell 30" 2560*1600.

I'm in Chch. 

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  Reply # 1456416 24-Dec-2015 10:29
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Talkiet: Where are you? I have several I'd consider selling... A Dell 24" 1920*1200, Dell 27" 2560*1440 and Dell 30" 2560*1600.

I'm in Chch. 

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I'm in Auckland unfortunately :/.

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  Reply # 1456603 24-Dec-2015 16:29
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I would have been keen on the 24 inch one. But i am also in Auckland.

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  Reply # 1456778 24-Dec-2015 20:33
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@Talkiet whats the 27" 2560*1440 one you have there?


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  Reply # 1456781 24-Dec-2015 20:37
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Dell U2711 - http://www.engadget.com/products/dell/ultrasharp/u2711/

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t has quite a few light sub-pixels on it that I never notice... (I thought there were 2-3 but now I can see 8-9... I don't think they are always lit either)...

Probably makes it unsaleable unfortunately as it's worth way more to me in this condition than I think it's worth to anyone else...

Great monitor though.

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  Reply # 1456784 24-Dec-2015 20:40
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@Talkiet thanks for that


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