Summary: This monitor works GREAT! Widescreen 16x10 display, max resolution at 1680x1050. The anti-reflective coating works awesome and does its job well. The monitor comes with a DVI cable, a VGA cable, and a DVI-to-VGA adapter, and the monitor has ports for both DVI and VGA.
Summary: If you are thinking about buying this monitor, just buy it. I totally love it. The resolution is awesome and it was so easy to hook up. It does the configurations for you. Also, the price is excellent for the product you are getting. Did I tell you I love it?
Summary: When the monitor on my nearly five year old HP computer died yesterday, I was faced with finding a reasonably priced replacement that would fit in my limited space in a hurry. With wide-screen monitors being the norm, this would be a tall order and I was also worried about compatibility.
Summary: After 4 years of owning this product, I just can't come up with a single bad thing to say about it. The colors are crisp and beautiful, the display is wonderful. Like I said, I've had the thing 4 years and have nothing at all bad to say about it.
Summary: Considering I am not a computer geek. This product was very easy to install & it seems to work fine. I could have paid a hundred bucks more for a fancier unit but I am not at the computer much. Color & quality seem fine. I would recommend 100%.
Summary: After searching the internet and reading reviews on various websites, I decided to get this monitor. I bought it to use in "extended desktop" mode with my 13" Macbook. I also bought the Mini-DVI to DVI adapter.
Works Great Right Out of the Box with No Problems & Looks Great
Thomas Lee, Amazon
10 July 2008
Summary: I purchased this Acer monitor for my MacBook so I had to get a mini-DVI to DVI adaptor which was not a problem. The product description does not mention it comes with both a DVI and VGA cable. It is actually 1680 x 1050 though the title says 1600.
Summary: Not much more to say. I highly recommend this product. It has great resolution, great price. If I had to say something critical it would be that I can't seem to get it to render the resolution I want under Ubuntu (note that is an unsupported configuration), but that's more of an Ubuntu or Linux...