Summary: I had this monitor for about 8 months and more or less loved every minute of it. Backed by external speakers in a dark room, this monitor provides an immersive Xbox 360 experience at half of the cost of other monitors.
Summary: There are so many monitors out there I was almost apprehensive while looking around. But when I saw this unique style I knew I had to have it...the common base stand pales in comparison to the transparent ring that supports the less-than-inch thick panel. The screen is huge!
Summary: I have recently built a new computer to suit all my needs. This monitor was my top choice because of the size and cost of the product. When It was delivered I double checked the model number thinking they had shipped me a TV by accident! Its just that big!
Summary: My office bought me a pair of these monitors a couple of months ago: PROS -I'm sure they were cheap CONS -Screen will sometimes (usually) display random "block butterflies" (as I call them)...
Summary: For the price, this is a good monitor. It is difficult to calibrate and the colors are a little hot. I use this to connect to my Macbook Pro (needs a mini-dvi adapter) when I need a bigger screen.
Summary: I have this monitor at work, it works fine as a general desktop monitor, please note this has florescent lighting, not LED like MS238H. ergonomic is pretty limited due to the ring stand, also there is no pre-drill hole to mount it up either.
Summary: Pros * It's got a unique, very slick look two-toned look. * Very thin. * The screen quality is more than respectable for the price. * The headphone/speaker jack that pipes out sound when using an HDMI connection is a nice touch.
Summary: I Had An 17 Inch Monitor And I Thought I Loved It Because They Don't Make Full Screen Monitors Anymore So Purchased I A Mac Mini And My 17 Inch Looked Dark So I Decided To Look For A Monitor That Was Bigger Than A 17 Inch Because I Thought The Wide Screen Would Be Smaller So I Came Across This...
Summary: I was intrigued by the display stand but later realized it was not nearly as useful as a standard tilting stand. The ring on back allows a very narrow adjustment of display angles, and the display cannot be tilted "down", as I would like. Classic form over function, and I fell for it.