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AOC Q2577PWQ 25" 2560x1440 IPS Monitor £199.99 + £9.90 delivery to non-forum members @ Overclockers

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Found 15th Oct 2015
Under £200 for a 1440p IPS from AOC!

As a 27" 1440p user I find that the pixel density is a little low and that 25" would be perfect.

This monitor with QHD resolution ensures that users can enjoy a full view of a document, spreadsheet, or website at a single glance without the need of scrolling. IPS technology is one of the highest performing panel technologies currently available for displays. This way, AOC makes sure users will greatly benefit from high accuracy in colour, contrast and wide viewing angles. In order to give users a variety of options for connecting different input sources, the AOC Q2577PWQ comes with DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI and VGA. Also comes with AOC's Flicker Free technology that ensures a zero-flickering viewing experience.

Raise or lower the screen to suit each individuals height and seating preferences. The easy-to-adjust stand ensures hours of viewing or working comfort.

AOC stands behind the quality of each and every monitor with a generous three-year warranty starting from the original date of purchase. Within the warranty period, any AOC displays with manufacturing defects or faulty components will be repaired or replaced at no additional charge.

With 2560 x 1440 resolution, Quad HD (QHD) offers superior picture quality and sharp imagery that reveals the finest details. The widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio provides plenty of space to spread out and work, plus allows you to enjoy games or movies in their original size.

Features:
- Enjoy 63.44 cm (25") of superb screen clarity on a sharp QHD 2560 x 1440 resolution monitor. Plus, you get great colour consistency across an ultra-wide 178/178 viewing angle.
- Get exceptional colour accuracy and consistency right out of the box, with each monitor factory tuned at 99% sRGB with a delta
- Easy Arrange lets you choose how you view your custom window layout. See all your applications tiled side by side with nothing buried
- Smoothly pivot 90 clockwise or counter-clockwise, placing the thinnest edges side-by-side for an enhanced viewing experience, especially ideal for dual or multi-monitor set up
- The Q2577PWQ is VESA-compatible, so you can wall mount your monitor or attach it to the optional Dell Single Monitor Arm

Specification:
- LED Backlit
- Height Adjustable
- Swivel & Tilt Stand
- Screen Size: 25" IPS Widescreen
- Resolution: 2560x1440
- Contrast Ratio: 80,000,000:1
- Brightness: 350cd/m
- Response Time: 5ms
- Viewing Angles (H/V): 178/178
- Colours: 16.7 Million
- Inputs: 1x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort, 1x DVI-D, 1x Analogue
- VESA Compliant
- Warranty: 3 Years On-Site

Warranty claims with AOC are very easy as they pay for shipping both ways.

For free delivery see here:
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Not bad, but as always I have to recommend this seller for cheap prices, the same panels as named brands here in the UK (generally better in fact and with more overclockable refresh rates) , fast - under 5 day tracked posting and no import charges if you inquire kindly for them to "sort" that for you.

stores.ebay.co.uk/Acc…322

I paid around £200 three years ago for my 27" 1440p, still rocking it. Have added two screens more from that seller since.

Edited by: "dezontk" 15th Oct 2015
suffers from bad input lag, 25ms so no good or gamers. theres a video on youtube
dezontk

Not bad, but as always I have to recommend this seller for cheap prices, … Not bad, but as always I have to recommend this seller for cheap prices, the same panels as named brands here in the UK, fast - under 5 day tracked posting and no import charges if you inquire kindly for them to "sort" that for you.http://stores.ebay.co.uk/AccessoriesWhole/QNIX-/_i.html?_fsub=5967204015&_sid=1033343855&_trksid=p4634.c0.m322I paid around £200 three years ago for my 27" 1440p, still rocking it. Have added two screens more from that seller since.



​I read that the quality of these monitors has become worse lately as they started using cheaper material. Do you know if that's true?
Edited by: "Bobbite" 15th Oct 2015
i managed to get a dell 2515h from bespoke for about £230. though missed the 18% cashback if someone is looking for something else
dezontk

Not bad, but as always I have to recommend this seller for cheap prices, … Not bad, but as always I have to recommend this seller for cheap prices, the same panels as named brands here in the UK, fast - under 5 day tracked posting and no import charges if you inquire kindly for them to "sort" that for you.http://stores.ebay.co.uk/AccessoriesWhole/QNIX-/_i.html?_fsub=5967204015&_sid=1033343855&_trksid=p4634.c0.m322I paid around £200 three years ago for my 27" 1440p, still rocking it. Have added two screens more from that seller since.


"sort"? Im intrigued!
Sort aka mark as a gift to avoid customs charges.
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I'm looking for a 4K

Do _anywhere_ sell a 'gloss' finish anti reflective coated 4K around 21.5''

Why are they always 'matte'?
deany76

I'm looking for a 4KDo _anywhere_ sell a 'gloss' finish anti reflective … I'm looking for a 4KDo _anywhere_ sell a 'gloss' finish anti reflective coated 4K around 21.5''Why are they always 'matte'?



You tried the Koren ones on eBay?
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ollie87

You tried the Koren ones on eBay?



Hi

Do you mean Korean as in the country? what brand do 4K gloss 21.5? thanks
dezontk

Not bad, but as always I have to recommend this seller for cheap prices, … Not bad, but as always I have to recommend this seller for cheap prices, the same panels as named brands here in the UK, fast - under 5 day tracked posting and no import charges if you inquire kindly for them to "sort" that for you.http://stores.ebay.co.uk/AccessoriesWhole/QNIX-/_i.html?_fsub=5967204015&_sid=1033343855&_trksid=p4634.c0.m322I paid around £200 three years ago for my 27" 1440p, still rocking it. Have added two screens more from that seller since.



​my Qnix is still going strong. I hear crossover has come out with a new monitor that is better than the qnix. it's the Crossover 2795 QHD for anyone who's curious

deany76

HiDo you mean Korean as in the country? what brand do 4K gloss 21.5? … HiDo you mean Korean as in the country? what brand do 4K gloss 21.5? thanks



Yep. Brands like QNIX that are built for the Korean market but are shipped here very cheaply.

EDIT: Just had a look, it appears what you're after doesn't exist yet. 21.5 inch is quite small for a 4K display.
Edited by: "ollie87" 15th Oct 2015
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ollie87

Yep. Brands like QNIX that are built for the Korean market but are … Yep. Brands like QNIX that are built for the Korean market but are shipped here very cheaply.EDIT: Just had a look, it appears what you're after doesn't exist yet. 21.5 inch is quite small for a 4K display.



okay thank you for your help, is <24'' in 4k gloss available?
deany76

okay thank you for your help, is



Only one I'm aware of is a 39 inch.
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ollie87

Only one I'm aware of is a 39 inch.



thanks but a bit too much like a cinema.
Edited by: "deleted1336857" 15th Oct 2015
dezontk

Not bad, but as always I have to recommend this seller for cheap prices, … Not bad, but as always I have to recommend this seller for cheap prices, the same panels as named brands here in the UK, fast - under 5 day tracked posting and no import charges if you inquire kindly for them to "sort" that for you.http://stores.ebay.co.uk/AccessoriesWhole/QNIX-/_i.html?_fsub=5967204015&_sid=1033343855&_trksid=p4634.c0.m322I paid around £200 three years ago for my 27" 1440p, still rocking it. Have added two screens more from that seller since.


Thanks or that , Any recommendation for a 27 inch monitor? would be greatful
4K at 21.5" would be absolutely pointless.

If you're gaming you'll need to spend another ~£500 on a 980Ti and all for something that will be pretty much indistinguishable between 1440p + AA on a similar size monitor. And if using it for design work the screen would be far too small.

Edited by: "mamboboy" 15th Oct 2015
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mamboboy

4K at 21.5" would be absolutely pointless.If you're gaming you'll need … 4K at 21.5" would be absolutely pointless.If you're gaming you'll need to spend another ~£500 on a 980Ti and all for something that will be pretty much indistinguishable between 1440p + AA on a similar size monitor. And if using it for design work the screen would be far too small.



I dont game.

I dont really like large screens. I think they take over a room.

I possibly want a smaller monitor to connect a 2015 rMBP 13''

Why do you say '4K at 21.5" would be absolutely pointless.'.....when apple has just launched a retina imac 4K 21.5"?

Edited by: "deleted1336857" 15th Oct 2015
deany76

I dont game.I dont really like large screens. I think they take over a … I dont game.I dont really like large screens. I think they take over a room.I possibly want a smaller monitor to connect a 2015 rMBP 13''Why do you say '4K at 21.5" would be absolutely pointless.'.....when apple has just launched a retina imac 4K 21.5"?



Because it is. What's the point in resolution you can't see?
deany76

I dont game.I dont really like large screens. I think they take over a … I dont game.I dont really like large screens. I think they take over a room.I possibly want a smaller monitor to connect a 2015 rMBP 13''Why do you say '4K at 21.5" would be absolutely pointless.'.....when apple has just launched a retina imac 4K 21.5"?


Well it's Apple. They haven't been a truly innovative company for years.... the 4k 21.5" iMac exists because they know they can slap a silly figure on and people will pay it.
I just think from your average monitor viewing distance a 4K monitor on a 21.5" screen won't justify the huge premium you'd pay (we'd probably be looking at £600+ if a monitor existed) for something you'd need to be right up against to notice difference IMO.

You'd be better off going for the 2K 24" Dell P2416D @ £187.76 (Dabs), but then 24" may be a bit big and has a matte screen

Edited by: "mamboboy" 15th Oct 2015
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thanks for the reply

I was thinking (although not 21.5'') of the-

Dell P2415Q 23.8-Inch Ultra HD 4K LCD Monitor (2M:1, 300 cd/m2, 3840 x 2160, 8ms, DP/Mini DP/HDMI (MHL)/USB) - Black

amazon.co.uk/dp/…YJD

but it is 'matte' & I like the look of 'gloss' (the imacs have 'gloss' & an anti reflective coating).
the point about 4k on a small monitor is pixel doubling, everything looks incredibly sharp. I have a 15" 4k inspiron that I run at 200% and people always take note of how nice the display is.
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khamito

the point about 4k on a small monitor is pixel doubling, everything looks … the point about 4k on a small monitor is pixel doubling, everything looks incredibly sharp. I have a 15" 4k inspiron that I run at 200% and people always take note of how nice the display is.



Is it 'gloss' or 'matte' your inspirion 4K?

I know most people seem to prefer matte.

cheers
Bobbite

​I read that the quality of these monitors has become worse lately as t … ​I read that the quality of these monitors has become worse lately as they started using cheaper material. Do you know if that's true?



I haven't noticed any lesser quality, one for family member and another for myself in last 6 months. Play it by ear and on a per seller basis. The seller I linked is great to deal with.
Chowchilla

​my Qnix is still going strong. I hear crossover has come out with a new m … ​my Qnix is still going strong. I hear crossover has come out with a new monitor that is better than the qnix. it's the Crossover 2795 QHD for anyone who's curious



+1 for QNIX and Crossover. Some great monitors.
alan2simms

Thanks or that , Any recommendation for a 27 inch monitor? would be … Thanks or that , Any recommendation for a 27 inch monitor? would be greatful


What is your price limit or other requirements?
dezontk

Not bad, but as always I have to recommend this seller for cheap prices, … Not bad, but as always I have to recommend this seller for cheap prices, the same panels as named brands here in the UK, fast - under 5 day tracked posting and no import charges if you inquire kindly for them to "sort" that for you.http://stores.ebay.co.uk/AccessoriesWhole/QNIX-/_i.html?_fsub=5967204015&_sid=1033343855&_trksid=p4634.c0.m322I paid around £200 three years ago for my 27" 1440p, still rocking it. Have added two screens more from that seller since.



They have quite afew 27" 1440p mointors, is the model you have still available with them? Thanks
dezontk

I haven't noticed any lesser quality, one for family member and another … I haven't noticed any lesser quality, one for family member and another for myself in last 6 months. Play it by ear and on a per seller basis. The seller I linked is great to deal with.




Good to know. And you never had to pay import charges ? What did you ask them for that? I always read that it wasn't possible to avoid them.
SupraGaz

They have quite afew 27" 1440p mointors, is the model you have still … They have quite afew 27" 1440p mointors, is the model you have still available with them? Thanks



Bobbite

Good to know. And you never had to pay import charges ? What did you ask … Good to know. And you never had to pay import charges ? What did you ask them for that? I always read that it wasn't possible to avoid them.



Don't know how my deal turned into a discussion on Korean monitors but hey-ho.

Here was my experience, back in the day the QNIX QX2710 was the one to get as it overclocked well and didn't cost the planet. Now the QNIX has fallen in quality drastically and the Crossover 2795QHD is the one to go for.

I didn't order pixel perfect and got a monitor without stuck pixels and almost non existant backlight bleed.

I used the seller accessorieswhole, however dream-seller are also highly rated. They will often ask permission to lower the marked value of the monitor to reduce costs to themselves and you, up to you whether you want to do it.

To avoid import charges, ask for the following to be written in big letters on the outer packaging:

"EU TARIC 8528593100 APPLICABLE"

You can see what this means here. You'll still be charged VAT at 20%.
Bobbite

Good to know. And you never had to pay import charges ? What did you ask … Good to know. And you never had to pay import charges ? What did you ask them for that? I always read that it wasn't possible to avoid them.



I've PM'd you.
Optimus_Toaster

Don't know how my deal turned into a discussion on Korean monitors but … Don't know how my deal turned into a discussion on Korean monitors but hey-ho.Here was my experience, back in the day the QNIX QX2710 was the one to get as it overclocked well and didn't cost the planet. Now the QNIX has fallen in quality drastically and the Crossover 2795QHD is the one to go for.I didn't order pixel perfect and got a monitor without stuck pixels and almost non existant backlight bleed.I used the seller accessorieswhole, however dream-seller are also highly rated. They will often ask permission to lower the marked value of the monitor to reduce costs to themselves and you, up to you whether you want to do it.To avoid import charges, ask for the following to be written in big letters on the outer packaging:"EU TARIC 8528593100 APPLICABLE"You can see what this means here. You'll still be charged VAT at 20%.



Some good advice there mate.
Optimus_Toaster

Don't know how my deal turned into a discussion on Korean monitors but … Don't know how my deal turned into a discussion on Korean monitors but hey-ho.Here was my experience, back in the day the QNIX QX2710 was the one to get as it overclocked well and didn't cost the planet. Now the QNIX has fallen in quality drastically and the Crossover 2795QHD is the one to go for.I didn't order pixel perfect and got a monitor without stuck pixels and almost non existant backlight bleed.I used the seller accessorieswhole, however dream-seller are also highly rated. They will often ask permission to lower the marked value of the monitor to reduce costs to themselves and you, up to you whether you want to do it.To avoid import charges, ask for the following to be written in big letters on the outer packaging:"EU TARIC 8528593100 APPLICABLE"You can see what this means here. You'll still be charged VAT at 20%.



Sorry for going off topic but really appreciate the info

Don't know how my deal turned into a discussion on Korean monitors but … Don't know how my deal turned into a discussion on Korean monitors but hey-ho.Here was my experience, back in the day the QNIX QX2710 was the one to get as it overclocked well and didn't cost the planet. Now the QNIX has fallen in quality drastically and the Crossover 2795QHD is the one to go for.I didn't order pixel perfect and got a monitor without stuck pixels and almost non existant backlight bleed.I used the seller accessorieswhole, however dream-seller are also highly rated. They will often ask permission to lower the marked value of the monitor to reduce costs to themselves and you, up to you whether you want to do it.To avoid import charges, ask for the following to be written in big letters on the outer packaging:"EU TARIC 8528593100 APPLICABLE"You can see what this means here. You'll still be charged VAT at 20%.



Excellent, thanks a lot for the info. And sorry about going off-topic!
Edited by: "Bobbite" 16th Oct 2015
alan2simms


thanks for your reply , iam not a gamer but do watch movies/blue ray on it , so i guess a one with a HDMI slot on it would do, so i guess below £220 in all .btw ive got a gt750 Ti Storm x if that makes any difference, Thanks again.
deany76

Is it 'gloss' or 'matte' your inspirion 4K?I know most people seem to … Is it 'gloss' or 'matte' your inspirion 4K?I know most people seem to prefer matte.cheers



​gloss, and it isn't the brightest as reviews note. get 4-6 hours screen on time web browsing,.watching videos and taking/reading notes which is OK given the screen.
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khamito

​gloss, and it isn't the brightest as reviews note. get 4-6 hours screen o … ​gloss, and it isn't the brightest as reviews note. get 4-6 hours screen on time web browsing,.watching videos and taking/reading notes which is OK given the screen.



sounds like a nice set up
It's grand, it was only £600 from the outlet (i7, 16gb ram, 1tb 4k inspiron 7548) and I got a 10% discount because of a customer service SNAFU that I complained about, so for £540 I'm pretty chuffed.
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