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    Dell U2713HM

    I think I was getting motion sickness from the sheer size of a 27" when I first got it.
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    How far away for 4K PC monitors, and affordable ?

    OLED is also going to be hard to sell, the main advantage is near infinite ANSI contrast ratios but something like that isn't obvious to a normal consumer looking at it next to an LCD under thousands of watts of lighting in a B&M store. Plus, you know, as with plasma and CRT, OLED does have...
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    How far away for 4K PC monitors, and affordable ?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPhone_4 First released GSM model (black): June 24, 2010 So yes, Apple's branding is inevitable. But Apple only pushes one thing at a time, the next step is a retina ipad mini. Displays aren't cheap enough for them to sell a retina desktop monitor to ANYONE so it's...
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    How far away for 4K PC monitors, and affordable ?

    Apple has little reason to make a desktop display with that resolution. A display being "Retina" is a function of the closest normal use case(distance eye->screen) and the pixel size at that display the human eye can distinguish. A 27" 2560x1440 display is borderline "retina" already if you...
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    How far has LCD tech come in 5 years? is it worth upgrading?

    I had a TN panel about that age that I was around the top of the line at the time, from newer TN's I've had things haven't changed just gotten cheaper(and maybe worse, LED backlight has a whole new set of issues with flashlighting effects, PWM flickering headaches, ect). I guess it depends on...
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    Auria EQ276W review ($399 27" 2560x1440 IPS)

    Resolution and panel type. I don't know why anyone would buy a 1080p 27" monitor.
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    Dell U2713HM

    Try a different display if you have one.
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    Dell U2713HM

    Dells and Apple Cinema Displays certainly have IPS glow. Read any review on them, no one fails to mention it. IPS glow doesn't magically disappear when the panel is in a "name brand" as its a fault of the technology used to make the panel, which all of these displays share. My LG-IPS TV has...
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    Looking at a 2560x1440 Monitor - Help me Choose

    I think input lag on the Auria isn't much higher(an extra frame) than other Korean displays when using DVI-D 2560x1440, I think the other inputs and non-native resolutions introduce the lag.
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    Dell U2713HM

    If your normal use is in a dim/dark room with with material with a lot of dark/black portions, you are probably too blind to drive if you don't notice it. IPS Glow is infinitely more annoying than a single dead pixel on one of these screens.
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    Dell U2713HM

    I don't think that is fair, IPS glow is often worse than average back light bleeding. Backlight glow is a HUGE problem with IPS displays and why it isn't often used in TVs.
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    Auria EQ276W review ($399 27" 2560x1440 IPS)

    groebuck: It's probably IPS glow. Does the bleeding follow you as you move around? IPS displays aren't much good for movies/dark room viewing(*VA panels are better suited). If anyone else is interested, I use use the Crossover 27Q ICC profile from here...
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    Dell U2713HM

    I tried to pickup the dell for $559, but Amazon was getting hit hard by the time I saw it. I have an Auria right now(Microcenter Korean), this monitor has some yellow bleeding visible on white screens that I've seen described in this thread.
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    Auria EQ276W review ($399 27" 2560x1440 IPS)

    Do these monitors use PWM? I couldn't find anything online. edit: tried testing for it, I can see my CCFL TV uses PWM but this monitor shows no signs. I'm asking cause I've got the worst fucking headache right now(and some nausea) and I bought this monitor to crank out some final programming...
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    Auria EQ276W review ($399 27" 2560x1440 IPS)

    Will just the power brick do it, or does the monitor have to be plugged in? I'm not carrying my monitor to the bathroom, but my brick didn't trip it.
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