Pros: It works. It has picture options, like almost every monitor.
Cons: Horrible viewing angle! If you have a friend sitting next to you, watching the screen, they will see nothing but darkness. Also, if the power cord comes loose....even the slightest.. the monitor will shut off.
Summary: I bought this about a year ago in a panic when my monitor broke a week before finals. Looked great online and had good reviews, plus it was cheap enough for a broke college student. When I plugged it in, the screen was fuzzy, but that turned out to be a driver issue which as easily fixed.
Pros: It works.
Cons: Terrible display angles, No screw holes in back to wall mount.
Summary: The monitors they gave me at work were old and low-res, but I didn't want to spend too much out of pocket to get something better. These were a good deal, fit nicely on my desk, and do everything they're supposed to do.
Cons: Alright, preface: I bought this monitor when I first built my gaming PC and thought it was pretty good. After awhile, the sides of the monitor faded and the definition in my games was putrid. It was like staring at a bottomless pit, and after hours of use it made me feel dizzy. My eyes would cons...
Summary: Overall, this is what I expected when I paid $110 for a monitor. If you're looking at this monitor now (for $150) go elsewhere. However if this is on sale and you're just looking for a cheap, basic monitor with a good resolution that has a DVI input like I was, go ahead and pull the trigger on this
Pros: - It was cheap. I snagged one when it was on sale for $110. -1080p resolution. I didn't want to go any lower. -DVI input. Many of the cheapo monitors on Newegg only feature VGA. -It uses a standard power cable. Many of the cheaper monitors on Newegg have some sort of proprietary power adapter.
Cons: -No VESA mounting holes. You're stuck with the stock stand. -The stock stand does not have height adjustment, or even tilt up/down. -The colors are a bit dull -The viewing angles are not very good.