Summary: I am using this monitor at work and it's sweet. I work a lot in excel and having a large monitor makes it easier to have 2 spreadsheets open side by side. This way I can compare numbers, copy and paste from one sheet to the next, and manipulate my data all in one shot.
Summary: I got this to go with my MacBook Pro laptop, and I didn't even need the adapter another reviewer told me that I'd need. Everything worked beautifully. I didn't even have to restart the computer.
Summary: I am very happy with the quality of this monitor. I have owned it for a few weeks now and feel that it is the best for the dollar. A few minor adjustments are necessary for you liking but all in all it is perfect for what you get. "Screen fills the frame".
Summary: I ordered up this monitor to replace an aging CRT that was going out. I needed a basic monitor with a good image and decent area that was under $200. It is for a work application and frills like speakers and microphones wasn't needed or wanted.
Summary: I've dealt with cheap monitors before and pretty much accepted that you get what you pay for. Previously I had a Westinghouse 19-inch LCD monitor that while cheap was just awful when it came to accurately displaying colors and after awhile just stopped using it.
Summary: I purchased this monitor after losing a LaCie 19" CRT graphics monitor that I dearly loved. The computer I used it with is old and I didn't want to spend much money on a monitor as the computer will be replaced soon with a new iMac.
Summary: It is what it claimed to be. 22 inch monitor. Received, plugged in, booted computer, changed resolution to 1680x1050. Viola! Had it working in about 5 minutes. Tilt can be adjusted somewhat. No adjustment to height, no USB ports or anything like that. Came with digital and analog cables.