I'm considering the ASUS PA248Q. I read a review of the 10bit wide gamut PA249Q, here:http://www.extrahardware.com/asus-pa249q-24-combination-led-wide-gamut-semi-gloss-ips/strana/0/3
To me, it looks like I can probably do without a wide gamut display for now, since an "affordable" one like the PA249Q, lacks any way of adjusting backlight uniformity. In the above review, the backlight uniformity of the particular samples they tested, is far better on the 248, than the 249.
I would rather not spend much money at this time anyway. It seems to me the time to blow more money, would be a couple of years in the future, when similar-sized OLED displays come down below $1500...because surely they will have extreme panel uniformity and an even wider color gamut...since they are not backlit.
Am I on the right track, or not? I know there are generic brands of these IPS panels available for lower cost than the Asus, Dell, etc...supposedly the Asus uses an LG panel...and the generic Korean brands use the same panels that didn't make the cut. So I guess those would probably have terrible uniformity, or even worse problems?