Summary: I got this screen on sale for $160, I switched to this one from an older 20.1" Acer screen. I can say I'm impressed by the quality and brightness of this monitor and its great for work and movies. I don't see much difference between this and IPS monitors. Totally recommend it.
Summary: Do yourself a favor, don't buy this model. Acer does make some great monitors, this just isn't one of them.
Pros: I can't think of anything I would call a pro for this monitor.
Cons: Annoying super bright blue power button (the little tab on the bottom right), has a power brick instead of regular power cord ( Come on Acer this isn't 1995 anymore), Washed out blacks, washed out colors. The image tends to jump with high motion. Back lighting you cannot adjust, it bleeds around ...
Summary: I purchased this monitor without doing much research, which ultimately led to a big mistake. While this monitor is currently getting the job done I can not wait to replace it. The colors are way washed out.
Pros: Good Size, Sturdy, Looks decent, Thin.
Cons: Washed out colors, no option to enhance saturation or vividness on the monitor itself, super basic options, not the clearest picture.
Summary: Not really a con but I have a 2nd pc hooked to it by DVI and if I have both pc's on and change it to DVI, the HDMI takes over and won't stay on DVI. I have to shut down the pc that is hooked to HDMI with Windows 7 Pro to play the pc with DVI which is windows 8.1 Operating system don't matter it's...
Pros: I had bought this monitor as a pre-order, just before it came out. I am still using this monitor today, right now. I wouldn't want one any bigger or smaller. It's plays Blu-Ray DVD's in 1080P. I used to play World of Warcraft on it and it was fine, it will only give you 60Hz Refresh Rate, but was...
Summary: When viewing remote systems, we log into remote viewing software, then a remote system, then finally out to a server or various computers at the remote location. Each layer reduces the desktop and it was a struggle to read file/folder names without getting very close to the monitor.