Summary: For price it's good but the image is very poor. It's washed out, like you've got the brightness too high. Pictures look like they are over exposed. No matter how I tweak the settings, text appears thin and grey instead of sharp and black. It'll do for now, but I would never get one again.
Summary: Im surprised how thin the monitor its, didnt realized how bad my past monitor was in contrast till i got this one. Base as a bit weak, but nothing to worry about if you handle it with care, to tilt you need to press a metal button underneath, i couldnt find the buttons they were on the base they are touch, nice idea. Not a single dead pixel, movies looks great in this. I recommend it a lot.
Summary: Bought as a second monitor so I was able to compare side by side against my alienware setup. Great for the price however with a response time of 5ms not one for gaming. Running PES side by side by duplicating my desktop really makes the difference noticeable. Great for pretty much everything else although the colour and scene options are very sensitive and finding the right preference could take a while. Hard to fault on other fronts.
Excerpt: These monitors serve a specific purpose: being cheap (in price). The actual build quality of the monitor is fairly decent. It doesn't feel overly sturdy, nor does it feel like it will fall apart. I really like that the inputs are on the base, rather than the back of the monitor. Reduces hanging...
I liked this monitor so much I bought another one !!!
R. Bob Russell, Amazon
28 July 2011
Summary: I bought two of these monitors, one last week and I liked it so much I bought a second one this week !!! I agree with the other reviewers this monitor is wonderfully bright and crisp. Be aware it has a laptop style external power supply (black - all the cables are black too). Would be nice if the cables were gray instead of black. Actually it would be nice if this monitor was ALL white. I get so tired of most computer equipment only being available in generic / corp.
Summary: So, I have been looking to upgrade from my Samsung 19" Syncmaster and I really wanted an LED monitor for space savings. They had this one at my local Best Buy for $169.99, I asked for 10% off and they gave it to me. Got it home and it was packaged very well. **Make sure you read the instructions on how to get it opened up and straightened up. There is a small metal switch on the bottom of the base that has to be switched over to open it up.
Summary: I got the monitor and was at first lost since I was not aware of the invisible on button on the base. I had to call the tech service line to find it. The instruction manual graphics is not clear to the new user about the button.
Summary: I was bumbling around Fry's when I bumped into one of these 23" AOC monitors for a very attractive price. I'd been meaning to upgrade a 19" 5:4 Dell monitor at work, and the nice reviews combined with the value finally caused me to follow through. The packaging is extremely nice because unlike other LCD monitors I've owned, this box opens across the broad side, there's a square styrofoam panel to pull off, and laying there is the monitor and base, assembled and ready to...
Summary: I was looking for an affordable 20-23" full HD, LED-LCD monitor screen to substitute for my old (secondary) 17" LG LCD monitor that complemented my (primary) Samsung screen. I stumbled upon this screen whilst searching for a Dell monitor, actually, that was recommended by a friend. I read good reviews and was intrigued by the VESA mount that is built into the base and the slim design.