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    BenQ releases 27-inch QHD Designer Monitor PD2700Q

    Professional monitor with 10-bit colour, Rec.709 and sRGB colour space.
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    Re: BenQ releases 27-inch QHD Designer Monitor PD2700Q

    The great thing about the SW1700pt was how well calibrated it was out of the box. I wonder how this one compares.

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    Re: BenQ releases 27-inch QHD Designer Monitor PD2700Q

    Would like to have usb 3.0 but everything else looks great

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    Re: BenQ releases 27-inch QHD Designer Monitor PD2700Q

    Quote Originally Posted by mattburnzy View Post
    Would like to have usb 3.0 but everything else looks great
    Would much rather see 3.1 Type C starting to appear on displays, makes more sense there than anywhere else. Don't know what you're using 3.0 Type A for but you could always use an adaptor.

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    Re: BenQ releases 27-inch QHD Designer Monitor PD2700Q

    Anyone else irritated that we're more than halfway through 2016 and we're still seeing IPS monitors instead of OLED monitors?

    I appreciate that bringing OLED to market has been harder than expected, but given how long we've been following the technology, it seems to be perpetually in the future, with the exception of a few halo products that are unaffordable to anyone except businesses and professionals.

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    Re: BenQ releases 27-inch QHD Designer Monitor PD2700Q

    Quote Originally Posted by anselhelm View Post
    Anyone else irritated that we're more than halfway through 2016 and we're still seeing IPS monitors instead of OLED monitors?

    I appreciate that bringing OLED to market has been harder than expected, but given how long we've been following the technology, it seems to be perpetually in the future, with the exception of a few halo products that are unaffordable to anyone except businesses and professionals.
    Conventional screen tech has almost caught up with OLED in the time we've been waiting for it. I saw a 55 inch OLED TV in PC world the other day and it wasn't much superior to all the other TVs, certainly not worth the extra £3k extra they were charging for it, then there is OLED burn in and lifespan to consider.

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    Re: BenQ releases 27-inch QHD Designer Monitor PD2700Q

    besides burn in and lifespan, I thought shadowing is the main problem in large screen

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    Re: BenQ releases 27-inch QHD Designer Monitor PD2700Q

    Quote Originally Posted by anselhelm View Post
    Anyone else irritated that we're more than halfway through 2016 and we're still seeing IPS monitors instead of OLED monitors?

    I appreciate that bringing OLED to market has been harder than expected, but given how long we've been following the technology, it seems to be perpetually in the future, with the exception of a few halo products that are unaffordable to anyone except businesses and professionals.
    Until the problems of burn-in and the way OLED displays deteriorate in use can be solved, I'm quite happy to continue using an AMVA LCD monitor

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