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Iiyama Launches The ProLite XB2776QS Monitor

Japanese display manufacturer Iiyama has launched the ProLite XB2776QS, a 27" monitor featuring a LED backlit AH-IPS (advanced high performance in-plane-switching panel) that offers a native resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, 178°/178° (Horizontal/Vertical) viewing angles, a 5 ms response time and a brightness of 350 cd/m2.

The monitor features HDMI, DisplayPort and dual-link DVI inputs. It also includes 1.5 W stereo speakers, an adjustable height, and a rotating stand that allows the display to be viewed in a portrait orientation. The XB2776QS is rated for a typical power draw of 43 W, which can be further reduced to a minimum of 31.7 W when the device's EcoMode is enabled.

The Iiyama ProLite XB2776QS is expected to retail in early April 2013 with a suggested price of 65,800¥ or $686 USD.

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  • patrick47018
    Why not just get an Auria 27" IPS Monitor for 399.99 USD which also sports a 2560x1440 Resolution as well as a 5ms response time while being far cheaper than the iiyama. Heres a link , hope it helps:

    http://www.microcenter.com/product/384780/EQ276W_27_IPS_LED_Monitor
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  • kensingtron
    Can it OC to 120hz? If it does, Im sold.
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  • patrick47018Why not just get an Auria 27" IPS Monitor for 399.99 USD which also sports a 2560x1440 Resolution as well as a 5ms response time while being far cheaper than the iiyama. Heres a link , hope it helps:http://www.microcenter.com/product ED_MonitorDamn you americans and your awesome-ass microcenter.

    -Sincerely, PC builders in all other countries.
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  • elexor
    The dvi standard is holding monitors back 2560x1600@60hz? come on we need a new cable capable of 4k@120hz
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  • unksol
    athulajpDamn you americans and your awesome-ass microcenter. -Sincerely, PC builders in all other countries.
    I think you mean "damn you handful of Americans who actually live close enough to a microcenter that driving there doesn't cost more than the product"
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  • InvalidError
    elexorThe dvi standard is holding monitors back 2560x1600@60hz? come on we need a new cable capable of 4k@120hzBefore worrying about crazy resolutions and unnecessary high refresh rates, I would worry about bringing prices down to a range where enough people can afford buying them to actually worry about that.

    You aren't going to get a GPU that can push 120FPS at 4k any time soon either.
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  • patrick47018
    unksolI think you mean "damn you handful of Americans who actually live close enough to a microcenter that driving there doesn't cost more than the product"
    You know they ship right?
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  • patrick47018
    unksolI think you mean "damn you handful of Americans who actually live close enough to a microcenter that driving there doesn't cost more than the product"
    And you live close enough to a store that carries iiyama products?
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  • merikafyeah
    $686? No thanks. I'd rather get one these:
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/110914205130?ssPageName=STRK:MESINDXX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1436.l2649
    (ships worldwide)

    Note: The "Perfect Pixel" label means that the monitor was pre-inspected to guarantee no dead or stuck pixels. Monitors without the label have an "acceptable range policy" regarding dead pixels.
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  • unksol
    patrick47018You know they ship right?
    You know that the VAST majority of microcenter deals are in store only right? Just because this one isn't doesn't change that fact, or that his comment was about microcenter deals in general.
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