Summary: After much anticipation, i finally received the monitor yesterday. I was very excited about immediately plugging it in and to my dissapointment i see a message on the monitor saying that it would not support the max resolution of 2560 x 1080 but instead only allow 1600 x 900.
Summary: the version they sent me is 29EA93-P model, (not sure what firmware) The screen looks great, and games look fabulous. But maybe I will send this back, because I have 6 dead pixels. Also for no apparent reason the screen was refusing to turn on, even though all the cables were properly set.
Installation Issues with MacBook Pro Retina - Blurry/Jagged Fonts
G. Kelly "Gerry", Amazon
14 December 2013
Summary: This monitor has a good build quality and a good spec but setting it up with a MacBook Pro Retina was a real pain. Firstly none of the supplied cables would work correctly and give the right resolution.
Summary: nice large screen with good picture quality making it great for games however for this amount of money I would have expected better than it turn up with a dead pixel in the middle of the screen. Broken out of the box but looks nice sums it up.
Summary: It is powered by a DC converter like a laptop so I wonder how long it will live. I almost sent it back when I struggled with the vertical lines constantly appearing for almost an hour every time I connect the monitor direct to my High Spec computer using VTX3D AMD Radeon R9 290 X Edition 4GB .
Detail said VESA compatible but cant plug it in when VESA mount in place!
ann byrne, Amazon
10 May 2013
Summary: Picture was crisp, clear and colour excellent - The buttons to move from function to function were under the screen and quite fiddly and annoying It didn't pick up the computer or other devices plugged in automatically - I would have expected it to - All that we could have lived with because of the...
good concept, flawed exection for a computer monitor
A. J. Mcveigh, Amazon
10 May 2013
Summary: i bought this monitor to replace a 2 monitor setup - the watching movies side wasn't so interesting to me. The monitor is decent quality, the image was bright and stable - i used the displayport. however, there are 3 basic flaws: 1.
Summary: I am pretty sure that monitor has given me the hardest time to date of any monitor. Firstly I was unable to get it running at 2560 x 1080 on the DVI-D port, so had to switch to hdmi (luckily I have one on my PC, although my old monitor was on the DVI-D). Trying to switch input e.g.