Summary: Great Great Great Do you have anymore or does anyone else have one? It goes so prefect with the same make and model screen that i have here right now. At first i didn't think i would be about to find one but i did thanks.
Pros: When looking at text, the letters are very clear not like 95% of the monitors out there. If you eye sight is good enough to count the pixels you will see a very striking difference. I paid about $100 for the monitor and found it to preform better than mos
Cons: The buttons are very poor. It is very difficult to set up the monitor. The on /off switch will not work any more. If I did not use a power strip, I would of tossed the monitor out. With luck you will only use the switches once. You can not use the moni
Summary: I bought the Acer P191W Monitor wide screen Used, last week for my spare pc i use in the shed. And what a difference it makes has great picture and the menu settings are easy to nav. through. I wanted this type because, It does not have built in speakers which is ok for me i run my pc through the stereo anyway! and the power cord is the standard 120v pc type cord so it doesnt have the separate power adapter. and it can be mounted to a wall bracket also.
Pros: The acer p191w has a nice picture and good for the buck.
Cons: I own a acer obviously and this monitors resolution isn't all that great 1440 x 900 also i have owned this monitor for two years i have one stuck pixel which won't go away i have bars that go across the screen not very noticable but annoying.
Summary: I decided to buy this particular monitor for several reasons. First off, my old monitor was an archaic piece of technology that probably weighed about 20 pounds and sat on top of the computer itself. (I have a flat tabletop-type tower) It was somewhat small and, not being widescreen, it really hampered my web-viewing experience.