Nixeus 27" Pro Vue 1440p AH-IPS LED Monitorsearch

Nixeus 27" Pro Vue 1440p AH-IPS LED Monitor

Nixeus 27" Pro Vue 1440p AH-IPS LED Monitor

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does this ship to mauritius?
What is the dead/stuck pixel policy?
LG IPS? PDC Coating (almost true glossy)!? 27" 1440p!? OMG, it's ALMOST perfect.
Update this with FreeSync support (40-60 range is fine, 35-75 preferred) and I'll buy two!
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Ah, true.  Sadly though if you are looking for 27" 1440p IPS with free/gsync that's the only panel around.  The other makers have moved onto 4k it seems.
ryan92084
Yup. I ended up awhile back getting the LG 27UD68-P, a 4k, 60hz FreeSync display. My main concern was how bad 1080/1440p would look for more demanding games, but the high DPI means that scaling is VERY hard to find. I cloned it with an Apple Cinema Display at 1440p and struggled to find the difference without putting my face up against it.
So 4k really is the ideal right now. I run older titles at 4k, and modern titles at 1440p. There will be some titles that need to run at 1080p, but by the time I get those games I'll likely be on my next GPU. I'm usually 2-3 years behind on games. I'm fairly disciplined about not adding games to the backlog during Steam sales until I've cleared a certain amount.
Wish I could buy this from Canada
6ms isnt far off from 5, which is the fastest an ips panel can get. In the first place, all of you being convinced by hhis one little bitch ass remarking that this isn't a good monitor because of that, that's fucking pathetic. how can you all be so cheaply convinced that any of what this guy's saying can even be taken seriously? Nobody actually said this was a gaming monitor, what I'm curious about is the actual specs on the color gambit because either it's around 16 million slightly above average or it is in fact in the billions for those photographers out there, sadly you are all no fucking help.
SlayerOfAllWoMAN_kind
Slayer, Thank you for the input there and I will do my best to answer your questions.
These are taken directly from the vendors website...
Amazingly Realistic Colors: Experience 16.7 million (sRGB Mode) and 1.07 billion (AdobeRGB Mode) vivid true-to-life colors for astoundingly life-life pictures and videos as the NX-VUE27P features a glossy display to deliver clearer and higher quality images. 100% sRGB Color Gamut: The NX-VUE27P is equipped with the industry standard color gamut supporting 16.7 million colors which makes it perfect for professional photography, media creation, graphic design and editing. AdobeRGB Color Gamut:  Support for a wider color gamut of up to 1.07 billion colors allowing you to create visuals and videos that are more lifelike than ever before.
If anyone would like to read in more detail about the monitor you can find everything here.
http://www.nixeus.com/product/nixeus-pro-vue27p/ That being said I also know that the quality of the panel being used here is Grade A. I confirmed this with Nixeus last night.
If anyone has any questions I am more than happy to jump in just tag me in your comments or questions.
Thanks.
There are plenty of 27" 1440p monitors for this price. You can get a Pixio Free-Sync 144hz 4ms IPS for 20-30 dollars more when it is on sale.
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Also trade for Free Sync. I guess this is a good monitor for content creation, so if you plan on using it for that then I guess this is a good deal? I'm not really sure. Not really sure because I don't do that. If you plan on using it for anything other than that this is a terrible deal.
Cman1098
If you get a a Buggatti Veyron for 10 dollars, but you have to go across the atlantic with it, maybe you would consider the 20 dollars boat ? No ? What you said makes as much sense !
6ms grey to grey? Why in the world would anyone want this monitor?
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Schiavona
Super low 1ms refresh isn't needed for games that don't require twitch reflexes. So for those like me who don't play the latest COD flavor but prefer slower paced strategy or single player experiences the 6ms response time isn't really a factor. Not saying they are justified in trying to sell it to the FPS crowd like that, but just don't bash it since it doesn't meet your genre's specific needs.
If you need the fasted response times, you should be looking at a TN panel. There aren't many IPS panels that can reach that level.
Raitono
I quite enjoy smooth visuals when I'm enjoying a world that somebody created for me to enjoy.
In terms of specs, this doesn't seem like a great deal when compared to BENQ 2765ht and ASUS PB277Q. Not to mention confidence in the brand.
Can we add here some shipping rates ? Where does it ship from?
Aspirine
All we know is is that the shipping cost will make the drop useless
Aspirine
i can get an idea from other drops...but i need to know where it comes from, so i wont get any extra import charges...