Summary: Bought this for home use after my old 19 inch monitor crapped-out. Looked over many reviews on cnet.com, Consumersearch.com, Consumer Reports and Amazon to get an idea of what size to get, reliability and price. Ordered from Amazon 2/23/12 for $120-something, had it 7 days later, plugged it in and I'm back in business. Nice wide resolution (1680x1050), I can bring magnification up to 150% and see everything clearly with these older, tired eyes.
Very crisp display in a large format and good resolution
Stanward S. M. Oshiro, Amazon
27 April 2013
Summary: I love the large real estate as I do a lot of Excel spreadsheets, etc. I have a 19" Asus LCD panel that has a native resolution of 1680x1050, so I looked for another display with the same resolution. I couldn't find a 19" with that particular resolution so I settled for this Acer 22" display. It is very thin, and what I like about it the most, is that the border around the actual display is very thin as well.
Summary: I currently use three of these monitors for a surround setup on my gaming PC, and haven't had a single complaint yet. The resolution is good, even though it isn't 1080p (which wasn't a concern of mine). None of them have any dead or bright pixels, color is good, and refresh rate is excellent. There's nothing else that even compares in this price range. EDIT: Not so great for the price offered now.
Summary: My son wanted a larger screen. We had very good experience with the Acer Brand and decided this would be a good replacement. Indeed it is. We are very happy with it and the necessary cables were included in the package. We have had it for a year now and it works very well. I inherited the smaller one (same brand) as a replacement for my old, smaller CRT. Both perform well.
Summary: We live 6 months in one state and 6 in another. Thought I'd like to have a monitor at both places. My other monitor was an Acer and I like it very much so that is the reason for buying another Acer.