Summary: Got this monitor last Christmas, so have used only 8 months. Had an unexpected power outage (just went off and back on basically) and it somehow blew the monitor even though it and my computer (which is fine) is plugged into a newish, working surge protector outlet. Both were also in sleep mode at the time. Dead as a doornail. Plugged in old monitor and it works fine. So I am not sure if this is an issue with the quality of the monitor or not.
Good LED fot it's price point, more than adequate for HD and on-line games.
16 August 2014
Summary: Needed to replace my Old CRT (Yeah imaging that in 2014). And this LED Monitor fit the bill, below the $100.00 mark and can display HD videos very well. Because of it's price point is not the best out there but is more that adequate for regular Web Browsing and occasional on-line video games.
Oh mirror on the wall, who is the kinda, probably, somewhat OK, second banana monitor of them all?
Corellus "Mad scientist - in a good way", Amazon
30 July 2014
Summary: This is a fair, cheap monitor for a backup or less often used piece of equipment. As mentioned by other reviewers its viewing angle is atrocious. Its nearest kin would be Acer and I happened to have two Acer monitors of comparable size and resolution and within $20 of the price. At virtually any angle you can view exactly what is on the screen with the Acers and know what it is you're looking at (colors are right, no bleeding or saturation or blitzed image), not so with...
Summary: Decent monitor, but definitely feels very cheap as far as build quality and sturdiness. Height is not adjustable at all and the hinge that lets you adjust the angle isnt very good so its hard to get it at the angle you want. The colors seemed all washed out and oversaturated - Im sure you can play with the settings to get it adjusted but it takes time. I have tried tweaking the color settings for about 30 minutes and still cant get it to where I would like it.