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**HAZRO HZ27WA & HZ27WC ARRIVING SOON INCLUDING NONE-GLASS VERSIONS!**

Discussion in 'Monitors' started by Gibbo, May 20, 2011.

  1. sj80

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    The problem is that I often need to read hard copy documents and look at printouts while I'm working, so I'll need reasonable illumination in front of the monitor. I can put a light behind it, reflecting off the wall for more diffuse lighting, but it'll need to be fairly powerful for comfortable reading.

    Looking online at the reaction to Apple's Cinema Display definitely gives me cause for concern. While some people love them, there are also a lot of people who hate the reflective glossy display.

    I wish there was more information about the properties of the non-glass model, but of course if I wait I'll end up paying full price...
     
  2. hazro

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    We will shortly be supplying fully adjustable stands and arms which offer tilt, elevation and rotation [possibly swivel too]. No adapters or brackets are needed so as vesa 100x100 mounting holes are provided.
     
  3. 413x

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    Location: Stamford

    AS an additional extra? I'm thinking about it because of the pre order price
     
  4. hazro

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    Yes, the adjustable stands will be optional extras which would have to be purchased seperately
     
  5. Reedweaver

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    Location: Notts, England

    Will my DVI-I output on my graphics card be able to plug straight into the DVD-D input on the Hazro HZ27WC?

    Do I need another cable or will one come with the monitor?

    Many thanks.
     
  6. hazro

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    Your graphics card should support Dual Link inputs and be capable of accepting resolutions upto 2560x1600. Let us know which card you have.

    A dual-link DVI cable is supplied with the monitor.
     
  7. Reedweaver

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    Location: Notts, England

    2x Sapphire Toxig 1GB HD4870's in Crossfire

    Many thanks
     
  8. hazro

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    You won't have a problem with these cards - all good to go.
     
  9. silverf0x

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    Joined: Feb 7, 2011

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    Location: Edinburgh

    so no delivery today then? Damn was hoping to have these before the long weekend.
     
  10. chainy

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    +1
     
  11. hazro

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    Sincere apologies to all those that are waiting. We'll have these delivered to OCUK on Tuesday so most customers should have their units on Wednesday.
     
  12. Troezar

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    I for one am impressed that people are being kept informed, good customer service before & after purchase certainly sways my decisions.
     
  13. skylineGTRlover

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    From Wednesday, this week, till wednesday last week...

    Why did I rush ????? when the offer is still up...
     
  14. 413x

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    Do I bite the bullet? It will cost me 400 at lest after buying the stand
     
  15. smilertoo

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    They dont come with a stand?
     
  16. joesmith

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    Joined: Apr 18, 2011

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    They do, just a basic one.
     
  17. silverf0x

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    the stand they come with is screwed into the base of the monitor with 2 screws and has basic tilt functionality, that is all.
     
  18. Rikken

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    Location: London Area

    I have been tempted to buy the 8-bit version. I would have got the one without glass, due to reflections, dust etc, too many problems IMO. But the deal breaker for me on the WC model is the connectivity? I could live with the lack of OSD, and I thought having OSD is quite standard in the day and age we live in. :(

    And yeah I know its 27" & IPS panel and at that price a steal. But no OSD, and only one connection, that's like selling a ferrari without doors :D

    If I get one I may have to fork out another £100 for the WA model. Which probably makes this too pricey for me.
     
    Last edited: May 29, 2011
  19. 413x

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    ive found i looks like i could only get 200 for my u24 so that would be a £200 plus outlay for a relatively unknown item with an inferior warranty, too much, i was hoping to get 250+ if i was going to buy
     
  20. Mr Krugga

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    No, that's like selling a Ferrari in one colour and engine option.

    Doesn't really matter if you want to own a Ferrari.