Summary: I needed a monitor, and I wanted a 27''LED for my Mac mini. I wasn't sure if I could afford it or not, so when I saw this monitor for $300 I was really happy. It looked kind of cool, but judging from the pics I thought it might be kind of cheap and silly looking, but all the reviews said it looked good, so I took a chance. The reviews are correct. This monitor looks a lot better in reality than the pictures show. Overall I like this monitor.
Summary: I bought two to replace 19" monitors. Pros: Large no-glare screen Solid base Nice display Fast, no blur Two HDMI ports Thin Cons: No way of mounting No DVI port! Software CD a bit spotty. Need to update. I have two laptops and two desktops to share the two Acer monitors. They range from XP, Win7. Windows doesn't detect the monitor automatically so you much use their software which is out of date.
Summary: After looking at Samsung and HP I decided on this one. I went and looked at the 24" version at Best Buy and the Samsung / HP monitors. The 24" version of this looked much better than the others. When I was looking at pictures online I thought the stand would be really ugly, but it's actually not all that bad. My only criticism is that their aren't any additional USB ports on it. I've got it hooked up to a Mac Book Pro doing 1080p. Looks great!
Summary: Pros: This monitor proved to be excellent for gaming and watching movies, it never ghosts. Good contrast and great picture quality. It has a very sturdy stand and it wont wobble. It's the only 27" monitor you can find for less than 300 dollars. Cons It comes with a not too good default calibration (too bright for my taste) I always have to set it to movie preset and lower the brightness after unplugging it.