Summary: I bought one of these in November 2007 from Circuit City. Three factors influenced my decision: attractive price, nice image, and (most importantly) a three-year warranty. I reasoned that, if the manufacturer was prepared to offer a three-year warranty, they must be confident of their product, and I...
Summary: I paid a great price, and just love this screen. No glare and I sit next to a window. It has a crisp, clean view that I've not experienced with any other screen and I love watching movie on it.
Summary: Yeah, this monitor won't give you 1080p, but if you physically compared this screen with a 1080p 22", this monitor has More Screen Real-Estate! What does that mean? Just do the above. For some reason, manufacturers have been making the 1080p screens smaller in height while achieving the 1080p.
Summary: Works well, with one caveat. Don't even bother using the SVGA conector, the picture quality and stability was disappointing. Go with a DVI all digital connection and I think you'll be pretty happy with this monitor.
Summary: This LCD display is great. I liked it because of all the features, like DVI & VGA input. It is very flexible in what aspect ratios it can use, and was very vibrant in color. I have a dual monitor set up, and this Acer really rocks.
Summary: Purchased two monitors just before Christmas. One for me and one for my parents in which I was replacing two 17" monitors. First LCD screen for both of us. No dead pixels. No lag when playing racing games.
Summary: I use this monitor for a home setup rather than work. The unit is very sharp with brilliant colors, and I mean really brilliant. It looks great at the native 1680 x 1050 resolution. The only negative is that colors are slightly darker toward the top of screen compared with the bottom.