Monoprice 27" Zero-G 2560x1440 IPS Display
Monoprice 27" Zero-G 2560x1440 IPS Display
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Despite claims that their monitors are “pixel perfect,” most companies won’t honor the warranty without having you jump through a few hoops, only to deny your replacement on a technicality. Fortunately, we’re offering you a better warranty than most vendors Read More

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TheDukexx99
1
Mar 7, 2019
Who do I contact about the dead pixel warranty? This one was lifetime correct?
drshdw
1
Apr 28, 2016
Anyone else's display separating from the backlight? I'm getting weird "tab" looking markers on the top left and middle of the screen.
Somnius
1
Jul 20, 2015
Has anyone else had any problems with the monitor turning on and off randomly? I'm using this monitor with Apple's Dual-Link DVI to DisplayPort adapter (connection to the monitor is DVI, connection to the computer is DisplayPort + USB). Every once in a while the monitor will randomly turn off, and then flicker until I unplug it and plug it in again. I've read somewhere that it's good to use Monoprice's adapter for it instead, but I'm not sure if I should buy it.
AndrewManchu
5
Aug 18, 2015
SUPER BUMP! I'm using the same setup along with a DVI-D cable to support the higher resolution. It doesn't happen too often, but it messes with the windows and you have to set them back up every time it happens. It really doesn't bother me that much, but by my suggestion at least five other people in my illustration major got the monitor (all having the same issue), and I'd feel like a jerk if I couldn't find a reasonable fix for it.
Somnius
1
Jun 16, 2016
It seems to be a problem with the Dual-Link DVI cable, not the monitor. I have this monitor connected to a Windows machine and it works just fine now! However I'm not sure if Monoprice's cable has the same issue, it very well may have it still, but it's worth looking into.
ILOVEMAAASSDROP
0
Feb 28, 2015
I BEES IT
zacibee
0
Feb 27, 2015
does this have a 3.5 mm headphone jack? I'm trying to make a mobile gaming unit for my xbox but i need this to be able to conned to come with either a headphone jack or built-in speakers
nelson
5275
Feb 13, 2015
Great news group! The vendor just confirmed that your orders are now on the way! Tracking has been uploaded to the transaction page. Please allow 24-48 hours for the page to reflect the latest status of your order.
If there’s anything else we can do to make your Massdrop experience better, feel free to contact us via “Contact Support” button in your transaction page (https://www.massdrop.com/transactions).
Dano87
0
Feb 12, 2015
Well I received the monitor yesterday but it wont display anything digital over 1080p. If I try to run on the recommended resolution, it turns black and glitches out. Tried several computers my main one running an r9 270x. Different cables didn't solve the problem either. Very disappointed that I will have to RMA.
nelson
5275
Feb 2, 2015
Thanks again for joining the drop with the community. We submitted the group’s order with Monoprice for the 27" Zero-G 2560x1440 IPS Display shortly after the drop ended and they have begun preparing it for shipment.
Once the group’s order is ready at Monoprice's location, they will ship the packages individually to you as soon as possible.
Once we receive confirmation regarding the shipping schedule from the Monoprice, we will provide you guys with updated information on the status of your package.
Expect an update from us on 2/11 or sooner.
ImperialJoe
3
Jan 29, 2015
Is there a chance of getting shipping to Israel?
Hyrrokin
13
Jan 23, 2015
What is the advantage of Dual link DVI over HDMI? HDMI seems like a such a simple standard for high-def content, I'd be tempted to place an order for one of these if it was connected via HDMI...
Zebracakes
0
Jan 29, 2015
There is no difference except at the time that these were developed, HDMI 1.4 was around and HDMI 1.4 couldn't handle higher resolutions and refresh rates, so DVI was prefered
larry.cherry.0406
3
Jan 30, 2015
Dual Link DVI gives you higher potential frame rates and can more easily support higher resolution when compared to HDMI. If you are planning on hooking up a home entertainment system HDMI is a great choice especially sense it can output sound. The down side with HDMI is that it tends to have lower frame rates with resolutions exceeding 1080p. A great alternative to HDMI is Display Port which gives you both the strengths of HDMI and Dual Link DVI. In the end it really depends on what you plan on using your display for and if features like frame rates and digital sound output matter to you.
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