24" Monitor Dead Pixel Check Service
We guarantee that your screen will arrive with no dead pixels.
Description:How it works When we receive your order, a screen will be picked from our warehouse and passed to our Pixel Check studio. One of our experienced technicians will run a series of tests to check for dead pixels. If this screen should fail to pass the check, another screen will be picked from stock and the tests will be rerun until our technician finds one that meets the 'No Dead Pixel' guarantee.
No Dead Pixel Guarantee We guarantee that your screen will arrive with no dead pixels. Please inspect and report any faults within 7 days. Due to the nature of the product, we cannot guarantee the screen will not develop dead pixels beyond this period.
|Warranty Type||Aria Warranty Only|
|Manufacturer Phone||0906 47 00 309|
Comments, Questions & Reviews:
pixel tolerance by Asus VG278H
Is this just for dead pixels or all pixel defects?
As far as I am aware, it checks for dead pixels & stuck pixels.
Dead Pixel Warranty by Tony
Hi There I see you still do the dead pixel check, you used to say that withing 7days of receiving your monitor if a dead or stuck pixel became visible you would replace it. Is this still the case or not, If not it seems there is no point in having a dead pixel check as you might just send the monitor out without checking and charging the extra and there would be no recourse in the matter if a pixel was faulty on receipt.
Would you be good enough to clear this point up.
Kindest Regards Tony.
When you purchase a monitor through us we trust that the company that manifactures the product would not send it out with any pixel damage. However mistakes are made so we offer the dead pixel check as an insurance before dispatching the item. If the product apears to have any dead pixels we will replace it Immediately with another tested working monitor.
2 for 2? by Anitorious
Do I need two pixel check If I plan to buy two monitors? Or does one pixel check cover both?
you will need to buy two pixel checks.
Very impressed by badsector
I use a Dell E2408WFP at work, and I can't tell the difference in picture quality between it and the Hyundai (using DVI-D). Having said that I use both for web browsing, PDF browsing, not for games or video viewing.
Nice features are the HDMI input and the rotatable stand which allows you to put the screen in portrait mode.
The only bad feature is the controls. They are really hard to see, being only touch sensitive raised plastic in the surround. Due to the lighting in my room I can't see them unless I shine a torch on them.
For the price I'm very satisfied.
Response by sophiek
Hi, thanks for the review - I believe it is for the 24" Hyundai Widescreen Monitor with DVI (Quickcode #34234)
baaad by joe
I think you will find its the manufacturer that is abiding by the standards, each follow slightly different guidelines so check the manufacturers website first.