Summary: I bought this monitor from a big box store after having them price match for $129 so for the price I feel like I got a great deal. The screen looks great and I only have one issue with it: It wobbles constantly when I type. I realize a big part of this is due to my lightweight desk, but I previously had an older Dell LCD that didn't move at all. This monitor is just so light it can't support itself from desk wobble.
Summary: This monitor is VERY thin and lightweight. Its easily half the weight of my other monitor of similar size. It seems to have a good response time and good picture quality. the only things i don't like about it is the fact that is that the stand is very flimsy, which should only be a problem if you don't have a sturdy desk.
Summary: This monitor has great image quality and the resolution is excellent. It is extremely thin and nice looking. My only complaint and reason for the 4 stars instead of 5 is because it is very flimsy. When I touch the power to turn it on I feel like the monitor starts shaking. I recommend it for someone like myself who does not touch their monitor often.
Summary: We felt this monitor was a good one for the price. It is a great size, has great resolution and very thin. The only draw-back is that is does not tilt and we had to put a book under the base to get it to a comfortable angle for viewing. Other than that we are very satisfied.
Summary: This is a 5ms response monitor, not the 2ms as stated. Did they lift the specs from another AOC monitor? The AOC website specs for the AOC E2351F clearly has 5ms gray to gray response time, in fact, the wording is the same, except on Amazon 5ms is replaced by 2ms. I would have bought another monitor based on this information. If you don't game you'll really like this monitor. Fast moving objects in movies remain smooth.
Summary: I bought two of these to use along with an old Viewsonic VX2235 22" unit in my 3-monitor desktop publishing system. I suspect the Viewsonic weighs more than both of the AOCs, they are that light. I like the straight-in connections for the dvi video cable (AOC included only a svga cable, but I had the dvi cables). The Viewsonic's connection is a pain. The wide screen format of the AOC makes it appear pretty similar to the 22" Viewsonic.