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Old 27th Feb 2017, 09:55   #21
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It is too bad that you had that experience, TS. But, as with all other companies, there are going to be some duds. I've had Asus products now and before, and I've only had one dud (a GPU that had fan problems). Other than that, they were pretty good.

Also, consider that Asus monitors are pretty cool in features. Again, I am sorry that you had those ill experiences. I feel for you, to be honest. But, I guess it is just a case of bad products that you've received in succession.
Good try Asus employee.
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Old 7th Apr 2017, 13:07   #23
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Just to add my experience to this thread. I had a fault with an Asus monitor, the returns process started off well with them sending me out a replacement but it went downhill quickly.

The replacement was faulty, it would turn on then off then on again in an endless loop. Upon closer inspection this was a refurbished unit. Sent them an email which I didn't get a reply to so tried again a few times and eventually got a reply to say they will collect the faulty monitor and send me out another. I received the "new" one but there were dead pixels and signs of a refurb job again. I demanded a new monitor after this but they weren't having any of it and sent out another refurbished one.

The display on this one was fine and has been since but after a week or two the bezel started peeling off, obviously another bodged refurb.

Safe to say I wont be touching any Asus monitors again.
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Old 9th Apr 2017, 22:06   #24
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Just to add my experience to this thread. I had a fault with an Asus monitor, the returns process started off well with them sending me out a replacement but it went downhill quickly.

The replacement was faulty, it would turn on then off then on again in an endless loop. Upon closer inspection this was a refurbished unit. Sent them an email which I didn't get a reply to so tried again a few times and eventually got a reply to say they will collect the faulty monitor and send me out another. I received the "new" one but there were dead pixels and signs of a refurb job again. I demanded a new monitor after this but they weren't having any of it and sent out another refurbished one.

The display on this one was fine and has been since but after a week or two the bezel started peeling off, obviously another bodged refurb.

Safe to say I wont be touching any Asus monitors again.
I have one thats perfect. No dead pixels , no bleed, and no issues at all. Its a 34" ROG beauty. I have it about 3 months, bought on Amazon. Its the luck of the draw I guess.
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