Summary: This monitor arrived a few days ago and, thus far, has proven to be an excellent choice. Although it has a lower resolution than some top-of-the-line IPS monitors, its color-accuracy resolution and response time has proven ideal for use with budget graphics cards when gaming. ___Pros___ +++ Low input lag (helps the "feel" of the monitor when gaming).
Summary: Some quick info about the monitor: 1920x1080 resolution 0.311mm pixel pitch LED backlit Panel is 6-bit color with AFRC The monitor is very good for gaming. The resolution isn't as system intensive as most of the 27" monitors that come closer to 2560x1440. The input lag is extremely low, measuring less than 1 frame (5-6ms). My only real fault with the monitor were the on board controls.
Summary: I just purchased this display from bestbuy a few days ago. I am an apple user and wanted more screen real-estate for my 15inch macbook pro. It works very nicely. No issues at all. The resolution obviously doesnt compare to the apple cinema or thunderbolt displays. But for the price around 300 dollars and 3 year guarantee, I have absolutely nothing to complain about!!!
Summary: I've been researching upgrading my monitor for a while, and although I wanted a 27 inch monitor, I was very concerned about the ability of my video card to drive the higher resolutions because I didn't want to have to start upgrading my card more often because of the higher native resolution of 24 inch and larger monitors. I also wanted the increased picture quality of an IPS monitor over a TN monitor, but was worried about ghosting and lag with an IPS monitor.
Summary: Great screen. used as a monitor and telly. crisp clear text, bright picture with good viewing angle. Front touch controls are a bit fiddly to get used to and not much adjustment on the stand but as this price (bought on black Friday sale), can't complain.