Who knows, maybe the dead pixel will go away after a while or one day I’ll take the thing apart and try to massage the area around the pixel and see if anything happens. Just cutouts on the back and buttons to control the speakers, but no actual speakers. And what’s your current rig to power that? It bothers me very little. The Catleap is a beautiful monitor. Sldo, the power plug is not a standard American plug. I only have my iPhone to take pictures so I apologize for the poor quality Before After The tinting on the top and on the right are from Rainmeter, not color distortion.
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It would cost just as much to ship it back to South Korea than monior cost me for the thing So an extended warranty doesn’t cover shipping?
Is it the best damn monitor you had? The speakers are poo so you basically just pick whichever one is cheaper.
Review of the Yamakasi Catleap Q monitor |
LOL You would claim credit for his choice when you didn’t even know about the monitor in the first place. I think I have bugged you and some others enough now. P JigglyWiggly could probably give you a better answer about that than I could.
I am not all that risk averse, but damnnnnnn. When not gaming, Sean-Paul is usually cooking, watching anime, or riding his bike around Singapore and dreaming up his next computer build. Are you on the fence about buying one?
YAMAKASI Catleap Q Multi 27 LED x LG S-ips Panel Built-in 2w | eBay
I was looking into getting a second monitor recently, and the korean 27″ IPS monitors were super tempting When I saw you still talking about this just now I literally laughed my ass off at how badly you’ve been trolled. It would cost just as much vatleap ship it back to South Korea than it cost me for the thing.
Did we mention that there are no speakers in the Catleap either? There is a 3 year warranty that you can buy through eBay which should protect your investment.
If you want to give yourself a brief overview, check out vatleap un-boxing video right after the monitkr. The Catleap is a beautiful monitor. That’s what I will be getting. Funnily it took me a while to find this after I’d set it up as the pixels are so small that it easily goes by unnoticed. Bring back the main forum list. I can easily have MS Word, Firefox, Skype, and Steam all open on screen at the monitod time and clearly be able to read everything without having to scroll left and right.
The screen is bright and exceptionally clear.
YAMAKASI Catleap Q270 Multi 27 LED 2560×1440 LG S-ips Panel Built-in 2w
There is one specific model that you can overclock to Hz I believe its the 2B model. Trust catlwap, doing this and getting a wall or desk mount will improve your experience with this monitor.
Now its time to get a new desk, this thing is huge compared to my last monitor: The Yamakasi Catleap Q is proving itself to be a very solid performing monitor, albeit a very barebones one. Might just go with that BenQ I was looking at in my thread. Again, more teasing and not much doing.
Its helped a lot with working on papers for school and such so I don’t have to constantly switching between windows. I did a little bit a research but not nearly as much as I did when I was picking parts for my PC. If anyone has questions about it, I’ll do my best to answer: So by this point, you are probably asking why this monitor is causing any kind of commotion.
I forgot about this two minutes after I left the thread. You could always wall mount if you don’t like the stand.
How monitr these South Korean sellers doing it? So the most important function of a monitor is to display things, obviously. Which boils it down to two versions, with and without speakers. I’ve been testing it on games and I haven’t noticed too muhc of a performance drop either Do you add AA with any of them?