Pros: Under $100. Does a fine job for the price. Yeah it has some light bleed, limited viewing angles, but I can get the color/contrast/brightness just right. Resolution is fine for everything I use it for, even 1080p videos. I do NO gaming, or 4K video editing, so I'm OK with it.
Summary: Pros: - Cheap - Decent Detail - Great for just a computer Cons: - Color depth is pretty bad, compared to the other monitors in my home this one is just dull - no hdmi support, even when using adapters - overpriced Even though I bought this monitor and it was pretty cheap still wasn't worth the $120...
As someone pointed out, the lower portion of the ...
Emil C. Areton, Amazon
14 October 2014
Summary: As someone pointed out, the lower portion of the screen is lighter than the upper portion. You can see it really well with open Word document. Very troubling, to say the least. This is about the crappiest screen I have ever come across. I fiddled with the controls for about 15 minutes to no avail.
Summary: I had two of these set up in my development environment; that only lasted a couple weeks until I couldn't stand it anymore. Swapped the primary monitor for a much nicer 21.5" Dell and have since found this adequate for a lightly-used secondary screen.
Pros: Excellent price for the size. Aggressive look of Acer's "Predator"-era bezels and stands.
Cons: Stand is too short and offers limited range of motion. Screen adjustment options are minimal. Colors are arguably the worst of my stable of monitors, everything is washed out. Terrible viewing angles.
Summary: The colors are good and clear on this monitor is, but the viewing angle leaves something to be desired. You almost have to be looking directly at it, or the colors start to look washed out a little.