WTB: 27" or 30" LCD

SocceRich20

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Prefer LED, but open to traditional LCD. Must be 2560x1600 or 2560x1440. Must have a valid warranty of some sort. Let me know what you have. Located in Austin TX, in the rare chance of a local option.
 

oipunkz

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I have a Mint Dell U2711 I could let go for $400 shipped. Original box, so it will be shipped properly. I'll have to double-check the warranty status if you are interested.

email is best for me: bigdeuce AT gmail
 

Lorien

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Why buy used when you can get those Korean monitors from Monoprice.

Price: $390.60
http://www.monoprice.com/Product?p_id=10509&seq=1&format=2

27" IPS monitor with LED backlighting
Ultra-thin bezel
109 pixels per inch
327 sub-pixels per inch in RGB format
440 cd/m² maximum brightness (400cd/m² typical)
6 millisecond typical gray-to-gray response time
80,000:1 maximum dynamic contrast ratio
16:9 aspect ratio
2560 x 1440 @ 60Hz maximum resolution
Glass laminate glossy panel with antiglare coating
Includes VGA input for backup purposes
Removable and angle adjustable metal-reinforced stand
 

SocceRich20

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Bump, unfamiliar with the Korean offerings and how they compare. Ideally looking for a Dell or HP, with a high preference for LED so as to not turn my office into an oven.
 

[T5K]thrasher

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Bump, unfamiliar with the Korean offerings and how they compare. Ideally looking for a Dell or HP, with a high preference for LED so as to not turn my office into an oven.

I think they are all LED now, any of the 1440p 27"s are going to be pretty similar pannels. The cheaper Korea direct monitors might have slight blemishes/cheesy stands and its harder to return for warranty support. But for the price, they'are hard to beat. Under $300 on ebay currently.

27-YAMAKASI-CATLEAP-Q270SE-S-IPS-LED

QNIX QX2710 LED Evo II Multi TRUE10 SE Overclockable

And the rest..

Typing this on my Achieva Shimian 27" 1440p, almost 3 years old now I think, still working great. ;) (only overclockable to 67hz though :( )
 
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