Summary: I was nervous because I bought this (stupidly) thinking it was a new monitor. It had a great price but I was unsure the quality. On arrival, the monitor was in it's original packaging and had everything packaged like new. I got this at a steal! the power button seems like it might have gotten bumped and is a little loose but all in all I'm very happy with this purchase!
Summary: this monitor is good for the money. while it has no on monitor controls it is ok because it comes with menu software. this monitor is also very bright but that can be adjusted in the settings. overall a good monitor for the money.
Summary: If you're thinking about buying this monitor, stop. Fork out the extra $10 or $20 and get the AOC 2060S. They're virtually the same monitor (one is sold by Walmart the other by OfficeMax). The 2070SWN is too bright for human eyes, the text is barely readable unless the font is large, and there are no onboard controls. All the controls are done from the PC and are poor at making the quality any better whatsoever.
Summary: I have connected monitors more than once to P.Cs., but never have I come across one so difficult to set up. In fact, I couldn't! Fortunately, I had a techie-savvy electrician in my house at the time, and he set it up for me. I only bought this monitor because I had had an AOC one in the past, but I think this is the last time I buy this brand.
Summary: For the price it is a very good monitor! Would recommend as a back up or 2nd screen as it is very good. The screen is a little bright and there is no way to tweak this on the monitor itself, however display managers such as Nvidia desktop manager allow for the normal monitor settings to be tweaked. Very pleased!
Summary: Good monitor at the budget end - claimed power consumption 18 watts - tested this - spot on - sips power as LED backlight Light as a feather a breeze to put together picture quality very good and suitable for all basic home and office use + 3 yr manufacturers guarantee A good buy :)