Pros: Slightly smaller size saves a bit of space on a cramped desk. Good quality and has most of the features you've come to expect in an LCD. Overall a good value at the low price paid, but it has made me consider looking at monitors that cost $50-$90 more for improved quality and features for next time.
Cons: Not as good of picture quality as our Acer X223Wbd, not as good of OSD menu system either. Was also more difficult to get it reasonably calibrated-- ended up using of of the generic RGB profiles instead of the custom calibration.
Summary: No dead pixels. As I said, this monitor was packaged well and I would attribute that to a safe arrival.
Pros: The color, resolution, and size of this monitor are all right on the money. This monitor is packaged well, and comes with both DVI and VGA cables.
Cons: The power button on mine appears to be stuck. If I push it as hard as I can, the monitor will come on. However, all the other buttons are very easy to push. This isn't really much of a problem for me, though. This monitor loses an egg for the ACER splash screen which takes about three seconds to ...
Summary: I mostly use this screen for gaming and movie watching, and it looks very good. If you're into digital art you might want to avoid this one because of the problem with grays.
Pros: High resolution, great color/contrast/brightness, fast response time, and a sturdy base. Overall a really sweet monitor for the price.
Cons: For some reason various shades of gray don't display correctly on this monitor. Most people probably wouldn't see it, though. I do graphic art and web design, and noticed that certain images (usually grays) look a few shades too light.
Pros: Great widescreen monitor with high resolution and decent price. DVI is a welcome upgrade from my previous VGA monitors. Picture is nice and sharp and the viewing angle is wide enough. Great for gaming
Cons: Contrast ratio could be better. Screen controls can be difficult to navigate with the awkward buttons. Screen doesn't tilt up and down very much.