So, did someone tell ebuyer off for having their Q321 price at £680+VAT (£799.95 inc.) for nearly two weeks ?
I'd quite like to pick it up at that price but I'd rather have a sample larger than 1 since it's difficult to tell what the quality control etc is like based on a single review. Also a technical review like THG would be great to get an idea of things like contrast and refresh rates.CoolCurly said:http://www.scan.co.uk/products/productinfo.asp?WebProductID=336964
Usual Price - £746.89 + VAT
Today Only Price - £725.00 + VAT (£851.88 inc) - You will need to go to TODAY ONLY at the top of the page to see the price.....
Hopefully more people will put their reviews up here!!
Will it do 1:1 pixel mapping for 1360x768, i.e. with a 6-pixel border?CoolCurly said:Thanks Baloo, the Techies have told me that it will run to max resolution of the screen (1366x768) as long as your VGA card supports that.......
Well, I've been lurking for ages without bothering to register. Bought some toner cartridges on ebuyer this afternoon and noticed the reduced price for the Hyundai so I thought I'd better mention it.Flimber said:They were obviously listening to me Interesting choice of first post Mr. "Mariner" Welcome to the forums.
Waht do you mean by that? 50hz 1 to 1 mappingAdemoN said:I'd also like to ask if anyone can confirm 50hz 1 to 1 mapping (over DVI preferably) as I'm looking for a decent LCD TV for HTPC use. I think the only LCD that can do this at the moment is the LG.
Great forum by the way!
He means (I think) that you can run the TV at 1360x768 at 50Hz over DVI where each pixel on the computer output corresponds to a single pixel on the display rather than the image being scaled or having overscan applied. The 1:1 part gives a nicer desktop display while the 50Hz bit is handy if you want to play PAL material.la gran siete said:Waht do you mean by that? 50hz 1 to 1 mapping
Scan had it on special so maybe ebuyer thought they would compete. There are a few too many horror stories re ebuyer for my liking. I was tempted by their price yesterday but couldn't find any mention of extended warranties. A few reatailers mention 2 yrs on this set and scan's appears to be 3 yrs.Mariner said:And now ebuyer are back up to £877.72 inc VAT for this TV. What the hell are they playing at? Adding 10% arbitrarily depending on the date?
I use that res all the timeAdemoN said:
Could you try and see what happens at 48/50/72/75Hz and report back with a definitive yes/no for each ? Just to confirm or deny once and for all.Baloo said:I use that res all the time
Nice domestic setup. How on Earth did you negotiate that ?Baloo said:Although this is in the lounge as our main TV it gets used as my PC monitor when the wife goes to bed every night