Discussion in 'Hardware' started by LennyRhys, 31 May 2013.
Great deal. Can you link the auction/seller, I can't find it on ebay
Ordered as well.
Let's see how it turns out
^ You lot
top find Lenny!
Damn that's a bargain! If only I had £100...
Damn I have the money but not a eBay account
You don't need an ebay account. Phone them, they'll take a debit or credit card.
FYI Kenny is currently at lunch.
a quick update for you guys, there are 3 monitors left (which Kenny was going to take) however they have bumped the price up to £150 each + delivery
They're catching on... quick To be honest, even £200 for one of these monitors would be a very good buy, so £150 is nothing to complain about - I'd have gone for that too.
I'm tellin ya, if I'd had £450 available at the time, I'd have bought that job lot in a heartbeat. Imagine FSX on that... lol.
Here are some better photos of my monitor, including portrait mode (for the heck of it).
And the label which covers the model number (LCD2690WUXi or WUXi2):
Spoke to Kenny this morning, now £150.
I just got one for £150, still a total bargain at that price and perfect for print work when calibrated
Are there anymore of these!?! I got to get me one!!
is there any left?
Phone them up and ask! Kenny was a friendly chap
Those of you who await arrival of your monitors - I'd be interested to know how you feel about the resolution on that size of screen and how it compares to what you've used before. 1920x1200 at 26 inches (and above) is not a new thing, but nowadays people seem intuitively averse to anything less than 2560x1440 on a display bigger than 24 inches.
Believe it or not, at 88.5 px/in the pixel density on these monitors is almost identical to the 90 px/in pixel density of a 22 inch 1680x1050 monitor (remember those?!).
I wish I had the money. This looks like the ultimate steal.
EDIT: Is this the same sale? http://www.dotmed.com/listing/display-monitor/nec/mdview-262-25.5/1445198
Seems they have 13 available.
It's the same seller yea - they just haven't updated that page (I assume it has to be done manually).
How are you working out those pixel densities? Shouldn't they be in pixel/in^2?
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