Summary: I really wanted to like it, but the uneven back light on the left side of the screen blew it for me. The left edge of the screen was extremely bright and then as it progressed to the middle, the whites got darker and looked more tan. Everything from the middle to right side of the screen was even and nice, though. The styling was amazing I have to say.
Summary: I bought and use 2 of these. The picture is nice. The buttons aren't buttons at all, but just flat areas you press and it senses your touch. You can't actually see what the buttons are or what they say until you press them though. So to pull up the menu or start making changes you have to start pressing on various areas below the screen to find out what you are actually pressing. Not as thin as I thought it would be, but it's still nice and light. looks good.
Summary: Being a big Asus fan, I had high hopes for the two I bought. Amazon's packaging was fantastic - the normal lcd box came in a larger box with lots of extra paper. Props to Amazon. The monitors are beautifully designed. I love their look, which is pretty unique. Setting up their stands was a breeze as well. I'd rather have an HDMI and DVI port, but the inclusion of the VGA to HDMI cable was a nice touch. Unfortunately, the fun stopped there.