Overall, seems pretty good so far. Controls are a bit difficult to perfect, though.
2 March 2015
Summary: Although I've heard a combination of positive and negative reviews for this product, I just got mine. As most negative reviews seem to come after a year or so, I'll make sure to keep updated should it need to change, but as I see it, at least at this moment, it's a very good monitor. I give it a 5/5, at the moment, because it doesn't really have any major issues. I will say, though, that I find the picture controls a tad difficult to use and adjust.
Summary: Third AOC monitor. Cant beat the price. No dead pixels. Someone commented on the buttons but all you have to do is read the manual. None included in the box, you have to download it. Special note here: Install the "profile" that is downloaded from AOC. The drivers and the screen res popup in win7 will says "Generic PnP monitor". This is NORMAL as verified by AOC support. One last note.
Summary: Solid Monitor for a low cost. I have duel monitor set up. My old monitor isn't being sold anymore (HP 2009m) so purchased the AOC 20-inch LED monitor. I'll say the colors are different, after some tweaking I made them pretty close to that same. I think the HP 2009m is better, but it's also a LCD and was roughly $200 when I bought it.
Excerpt: The monitor is light, space saver , easy to keep clean since it occupies small space. The screen saves the eyes from straining. For person who use monitor for hours, the screen is just perfect size to read, work on programs like excel and word. It is not too expensive so it is not scarely if this be damage.The price is reasonable and affordable.It is easy to assemble and move from one location to the other.Due to its compact size, arranging it with the speakers and paper...
Summary: We actually purchased two AOC monitors, a 22" and a 20", for our new computers. Since the only difference between the monitors as far as we are concern is the size, posting the same review for both. Simple plug-and-play didn't require any tinkering to get working. Comes with a CD with drivers but was not needed (Probably because they were new computers).