Picture quality is great, setup was very easy. I had 2 28" monitors, took a bit to get use to having one large screen vs. 2 monitors with the separation between them. Some of the reviews I read, people complained about the controls... I found them quite easy to use, push the center button to display the OSD then left, right, up and down to navigate, push the button to select.
One suggestion I would make, the DisplayPort cable that comes with the monitor do not use it. I updated the graphics card in my computer to an EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 for Oculus Rift compatibility; with the cable that came with the monitor I was getting screen lag and moving windows around on the screen was not smooth. The factory cable just couldn't handle the data throughput. I purchased a 10' Ivanky high speed DisplayPort cable with support up to DP v1.4, problem solved. Color is more vibrant and no screen lag, windows move smoothly across the screen.
One design complaint, the cover on the back of the monitor to hide the cables, the opening for the cables to come out is at the top of the cover resulting in the DP cable having to sharply bend up when the cover is attached. A smooth bend is ok, but it's not good to have a super tight bend (almost 90 degrees straight up). Simple solution, leave the cover off, no one will know, it's the back of the monitor. They should redesign the cover with the cable opening at the bottom so the cables come straight out with little or no bend.
Value: The original MSRP of $1500 was not a good value, but I was able to get it for $899, still a little pricy but in my opinion it was well worth it.Read full review
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