I will get the one with the lowest input lag and pixel response. BenQ have a 32" AVHA 4k panel coming out with 4ms response.It looks like the price is going to be $1,999 so that means anyone who isn't sensitive about brand or internal power bricks may consider the Asus if its really $1,750 and actually supports HDMI 2.0 as well.
Same withvme bro, I will want to get my hands on one of these 3 monitors but the Benq is still not released and the Asus ProArt we will have to wait until atleast November. And I'm growing tired of waiting lol, looks like Sammy might be the wayOne of these 3 monitors will be my next monitor assuming no other players come in. I would take a glossy one regardless of the price or the performance just since I've become so accustomed with my Apple Cinema Display.
This is probably similar to the Dell 32" 4K, which has a bunch of issues.
- Sometimes left / right sides of the MST turn off for a couple of seconds
- Monitor doesn't wake up after sleeping. Need to unplug power and plug it back in
- Random multicolored lines appearing on the left and right edges
- Windows get re-arranged after turning monitor off / on.
Yep the entire benq 3200pt thead is people complaing about clicking sounds and psu whine. Seems like a cheap internal psu was used and thats a $999 msrp 1440p monitor. I dont want to know what corners they cut to make a 32" 4k monitor for $999.Benq quality sucks.
So would it be ok if I bought this monitor from mazon. The seller is amazon, will they refund if I dont like the monitor or it's faulty in anyway.Plus I prefer Amazon's return policy if the monitor sucks, they pay for return shipping and no hassles return. With a 3rd party seller you have to pay for shipping and haggle them for ages for a refund. On the other hand...If it drops to $1k or so I might be willing to take a gamble
He told me himself he has used it only for a few hours.The seller increased the price from $1299 to $1999 now claims it's brand new. I emailed the seller and they said since Samsung is going to honor the warranty as brand new they are selling it at $1999. What a shady dealer, it's obviously an open-box product. lol.
Enjoy the sub-180hz PWM Frequency most TV's use.Well I gave up and went with a LG 49UB8500. If you have the space for a display as big as two 30" monitors, its IPS and 4k60 4:4:4 works out of the box and will save you $500 :-D
My post is only passive aggressive if you want it to be, which you obviously do. Maybe my alleged passive aggressive-ness will inspire people to research before they spend a ton of money.Here he goes again with his passive aggressive attitude. Dude got what he wanted no need for you to respond like a 2 year old.
He also said that Samsung's upcoming 4K monitors probably use the same technology...not sure what the point of his post was.Here he goes again with his passive aggressive attitude. Dude got what he wanted no need for you to respond like a 2 year old.
http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1040581932&postcount=4It probably uses a 160-180hz LED PWM Dimming frequency like most of their newer monitors, including the 1000$ S27B971D reviewed by Svete Hardware & S27B970D reviewed by PRAD.
According to amazon, It is still 1-2 months for shipping.Hey have you guys seen there seems to be 2 version of this monitor; U32D970Q and U32D970D. I dont know what other differences there is but the former is 8ms response and the latter is rated 1ms. Both have same UHD resolution PLS panel.
The U32D970Q is the one that seems to be already released and all over the web, but the website prad.de showed me the other one, U32D970D. Wonder if this 1ms version is going to be released?
It says 'In Stock' from MNW Global.According to amazon, It is still 1-2 months for shipping.