Summary: Had three of these monitors in our office for 18-24 months now, lots of hours put on them. Nice and clear, HD capable, pictures/videos seem clear, no problems/no failures with any of them. 60 hz refresh rate. Low power usage. Good value for money.
Summary: I use this in an office setting and it works great. I am NOT a gamer, nor am I a graphics conniseur, but this works as good as anything else I've used. Only time will tell if it's truly a good monitor...I use it about 70 hours a week and have only had it about a week.
Summary: I've almost exclusively used Acer monitors since I bought my first LCD monitor many years ago. Refurbished or not, they've never let me down when it comes to quality.
Pros: Very nice monitor for the price. If you want a larger monitor, but don't have a need for HDMI, this is a great choice. It comes with a very good quality power cord and a decently-sized VGA cable (a lot of refurb monitors out there these days don't have the cable included).
Cons: The only con I can think of is that there was an extremely faint, tiny hairline scratch on the screen. After the backlight comes on, it's impossible to see it, though, and I can't take an egg off for that when the monitor came at such a good price.
Summary: This monitor is the best you can get for the size / pricebreak. 80000:1 contrast and fast response time make this a dream for gaming!! Performance is so impressive I bought 2 for my dual screen setup. I hope to get a third for my array before they disappear. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!
Summary: So first off let me say I come from an eyefinity setup with 3 older monitors which are not necessarily the best. I have a gaming computer, cfx 6870's, 1090t, all that jazz. I Got this monitor for 75 dollars (actually 2 of them) on a staples black Friday sale.