Things I don't like are that the stand is not very solid and ...
David M. Wells Jr., Amazon
4 November 2014
Summary: Used for a few weeks. Image is very sharp and bright. Things I don't like are that the stand is not very solid and not very adjustable. Also, working through the menu of options/adjustments is not intuitive or easy to manipulate.
Summary: As other review state, this is a good quality monitor. It really is let down a bit by the shocking buttons along the button that are just flawed - either they won't press down at all, or they've over sensitive.
Summary: I bought this as a secondary expanded monitor to my iMAC. It has good color, resolution and clarity. Physically it looks good from afar, but when you get up close you can see that cheap, low quality materials were used and the construction is substandard.
Summary: The picture seems decent for the price. Although, I have noticed that on a dark background there are many tiny red dots/pixels throughout the screen. This is only apparent when viewing something with a dark background, and is more noticeable in a dark room.
Summary: I bought this to replace a 4-5 year old flat-panel monitor. My preference for use is gaming, movies, remote office work, light photo editing, and lots of multitasking. I didn't test the sound since I have a nice sound system already available.
Summary: This monitor is a bit 'premium' priced due to ASUS "Sundial" / "Frameless" Industrial Design and it's use of a AH-IPS Panel. 1. The "Sundial" Stand isn't anything special. It is well built and does the job. 2.
... Pro 15" Retina for work and I was highly disappointed in terms of the clarity of the display - ...
Brandon Bardsley, Amazon
14 November 2014
Summary: If you plan on using this as a secondary display for a MacBook Pro then I'd think again as I bought it as a second display to my MacBook Pro 15" Retina for work and I was highly disappointed in terms of the clarity of the display - however that's probably due to the sharpness of the retina display...