They aren't horrible, but they have some huge issues
Mark M., Amazon
5 October 2014
Summary: I have three of these monitors setup for Eyefinity. They aren't horrible, but they have some huge issues. They have a poorly designed stand that is flimsy and fragile. The features are rather skimpy as well. One of the biggest issues they have is the inability to display some HDMI content using HDMI to DVI. (They are both basically the same with different form factors) I'm not sure what it is since HDMI is pure digital...
Summary: The first monitor I bought was $99 and for $99 yeah, it's worth it. The second monitor I bought was $150 and I only spent that much so I would have two of the same model monitors on my desk but nothing about this monitor is worth $150. I didn't realize until I got a new one and put it side by side with my old how much it faded in just one year. Side by side the new one was almost twice as bright as the old one.
Summary: I already had one monitor of this exact model and wanted to match it for my home office setup. This model is super thin, super light and has excellent resolution, so it is ideal for my computer-intensive job.
Summary: i personally love this monitor. i got it at bestbuy for cheaper than it is here but im just putting my two cents in. the picture is great for the price and the touch buttons arent very responsive but thats ok with me.
Summary: Two of these AOC e2243fwk's replaced 2 CRT's whose size hindered rolling my PC cart. I bought one at the local big box, liked it & then got the other. The monitor is very lightweight. The base does well keeping it upright. It runs cool. The display seems bright. No trouble with dead pixels. Out of the box, this monitor comes folded ready for wall mounting. After fussing with it a bit, it unlocked for desktop placement.
Summary: I picked up this AOC monitor on sale at Best Buy for $119. The price is amazing for a 1080P monitor and it looked functional in the store. Unfortunately, it did not work for me and I wound up returning it in favor of an Acer S230HL which costs $50 more (and is 1.5" larger). The left 1/3 of the AOC screen was much darker than the other 2/3.
Summary: This is a great monitor for a budget. It's really bright and crisp, the display is gorgeous, the only problem is that colors aren't as deep as I would like, but I won't count that against it for how great it does everything else. One thing that does get kind of annoying is that the base is pretty long, which isn't much of a problem for me, but could be for others.
Summary: I was very skeptical at first. It's ridiculously cheap and from a brand I don't think anyone's ever heard of. However now that I've been watching HD movies, editing photos, and playing games on it for a few months, I'm coming back to buy a second one. When I got the first, it was on sale for $99 on BestBuy's website, but it's totally worth $150 or more. This by far the best monitor at this price point.
Summary: I ordered this monitor from a third-party seller on Amazon. When it didn't arrive after a week, I canceled the order and looked again on Amazon. (I am not easily discouraged.) By golly, this time the same monitor was sold from Amazon itself and thirty dollars cheaper. I ordered it and got it three days later.