Summary: I was looking for a monitor as a replacement for my 10 year old Dell and settled on this one based on reviews and price. A number of reviewers had commented that the picture clarity was really good which appealed to me in a lower cost monitor.
Flickerings on this new LCD making my eyes uncomfortable, returned it
Jeng "jeng2000", Amazon
13 April 2013
Summary: I wanted to replace my old Acer LCD with a widescreen (not so big, energy efficient), I purchased this this one based on the reviews (there was one negative on Walmart's site out of all the positive reviews).
Summary: I don't know what is up with these pictures and the actual items that are being shipped! My monitor IS an Acer, but it does not have a square base stand, and it does not have an adjustable display angle. It also did not come with HDMI cords or slots, just VGA.
Beautiful Picture just a little finicky with my new computer's HDMI output!
B. Kettler "High Flyer", Amazon
18 January 2013
Summary: What a gorgeous picture..... I would buy it again! I did get the HDMI cable working (it came with one) temporarily, but when I tried to adjust the screen settings I lost the image and could not get it back. With HDMI the default settings were not working for Windows 7 so I tried to amend them.
Summary: I don't know how well this works for gaming as it's my secondary dual display monitor. NOTE: I set on it's side for Dual Monitor setup. However, it DOES NOT come with a stand to set it up in this way. This page doesn't say its supposed to, just an FYI.
Pros: -LED! -Zero dead pixels, very uniform backlighting. -Great, CRISP image, specially for the price. -Acer has never given me a reason to not like them. -Requires no setup for Dual Monitor. Win7 recognized it immediately and in a few clicks was good to go.
Cons: tilting the image to display on its side gives a noticable limit on the range of the monitor. The bottom has a very small angle before the image is miscolored. Not so much a problem for a good price, but something I didn't expect. I know that the top to bottom viewing angles on most monitors are ...