You know better the then believe marketing. It could be considered subjective since there is no define what makes ultra thin.It lists, "Ultra-thin bezel" under the specifications. Am I the only one who has a much different definition of ultra thin bezels because the bezels on that monitor look HUGE in the pictures...
Would a converter work, or you think it's not worth dealing with? I mean I'm sure it'd work, just curious on your opinion w/ the ti
So that's two that have been put in the box very broken. Why would monoprice try to sell this stuff? It's just costing them more in shipping them back and forth..Not sure about them buying the rejects, but I just got mine in, and I'm already RMA'ing it. Screen was shattered, and glass was all over the box. Odd thing was that all of the packaging is still in great condition. Why is it that the smaller the glass shards, the more they seem to hurt when you get stuck by one?
"Monoprice is an American online retailer that sells generic branded consumer electronics under its namesake private label"no, they arent. everything else under their brand is very high quality. a bad batch of refurb items is a massive oversight, however.
no, they arent. everything else under their brand is very high quality. a bad batch of refurb items is a massive oversight, however.
Generic usually means cheap
Good luck man. I paid $200 shipped - $139 plus shipping is a great price (once you get a working one).And now, now this deal has gone from Hot, to dead damn cold. Got the "new" (post full return) monitor in... and this one worked for 5 minutes at 1080p (it would not go to 1440 like it's supposed to) and then... nothing. Black screen. No OSD. Nothing. Let's see if the 4th time is a charm. When I call them tomorrow, I'm going to ask if they are actually testing these before they go out. You also cannot buy them anymore when I checked today.