They accepted my RMA for a single dead red pixel as well. (Wonder why it's always the red ones, anyone got a different colour?)
However, hearing people complain about the fan noise, I'm tempted to cancel it, I've never heard the fan on mine, and other than the dead pixel it's flawless
To be honest the pixel is only really noticeable when you're looking for it on a pure red screen, it's not visible at all in normal use
Thumbs up pal. Been a while since you posted something that somewhat makes senseI wouldn't worry if you are happy about fan noise then don't worry about it. Everyone has a different environment, some rooms are noisier than others so they maybe don't hear the fan anyway, some people have super quiet rooms where the noise is more obvious there are so many factors and even peoples hearing comes into play - as we age our hearing becomes worse and we notice fewer high frequency sounds
Is QD-OLED expected to find its way into more monitors soon? Would be nice to see other screen sizes and resolutions.
That sounds more interesting. I have seen comments about the screen coating, anyone notice it. It would also be nice if they offered it in full 4K resolution too.there's also Samsung's own equivalent to the Dell planned, believed to be with adaptive-sync as opposed to the G-sync module:
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Not really. Just a 49inch next year along with the current 34. Samsung owns the tech so others can't make QD OLED without buying the panels off them.
This year: 34, 55, 65
Next year: 34, 49, 55, 65, 77
What are you expecting? It's Samsung.That is a shame if true. Not everyone wants ultra wide or to be sat two foot from a TV!
It makes you wonder who is doing their market research. The other alternative is it's just not economical to produce that particular combination.What are you expecting? It's Samsung.
If even LG can't figure out that there's no doubt plenty of enthusiast who would jump on gaming capable 32" 4K OLED monitor there's less hope of Samsung understanding that.
Those market researches propably belong to those whose result is determined before hand to fit political religious agendas, personal obsessions/pet project of some boss etc.It makes you wonder who is doing their market research. The other alternative is it's just not economical to produce that particular combination.