Summary: This monitor is thin and when I bought it for $99 (dunno why so expensive now) it was packaged very well making me ensure the safety of the monitor in transit. Not only that I have no problem with this monitor even after 1 year of use and the only problem I have is that there is no audio port like it says in the picture but I doesn't matter to me.
Summary: I needed a larger monitor for editing photos and this was cheap. If I had to do it over again, I'd have waited, saved a few more bucks, and gotten a decent monitor. This one is adequate. The viewing angle is craptastically sucky, though. A few degrees off of straight on and you're getting color distortions, blocked up darks, looks like a negative, etc...
Summary: I love this LED screen. I've had it for at least a year and I bought it second hand. It is bright, sometimes too bright. It power draw is so low I don't mind keeping it on all the time. Mine runs about ten hours a day with no dead spots. It is vivid in color. The buttons to control it are intuitive so you don't have to fiddle with it for two moons to change a setting and then just hope for the best or take what you manage to get.
I was wrong; there is adequate documentation; I just had to look hard. I apologize!
Michael Douglass, Amazon
27 July 2013
Summary: I apologize for my original review. I couldn't find the documentation (instructions) because I failed to look thoroughly. When I took the time to look thoroughly I found the product instructions (documentation) and it was more than adequate. I apologize for my original rush to judgment!
Summary: This was an okay monitor for it's price. I was a little disappointed at first because you have to be looking at it at just the right angle for it to look good. Also, it tends to be a little washed out looking, but I was able to mess with the settings and get it looking decent. Other than that, no problems and it's way better than what I had before!