While the product - especially because of its being on the pricey side - may be of good quality (at least
William G. Staubach, Amazon
21 August 2014
Summary: While the monitor initially performed fairly well, it (right around the product expiration date), started flickering and, subsequently "blacked out" intermittently. While the product - especially because of its being on the pricey side - may be of good quality (at least, that was my expectation), Asus customer service is virtually non-existent. I tried calling them (long distance in Indiana - no call-free service) several times, experienced long wait periods.
Dont Buy... it cuts out even after returning it for a fix.
greg nichols, Amazon
12 March 2014
Summary: I bought this for a large photo project I was working on. I received it and it starts to cut out after about 15 minutes. I finished my photo project with the stress of having it cut out randomly... returned it so they could fix or replace. That took a few weeks. When It was returned it still cuts out. So annoying! Even after I sent it in it still cuts out. Looks like the company that is selling them is just trying to get rid on them ASAP. Dont buy!
Summary: I bought this monitor because I already had one and wanted a 2nd for dual screen purposes. The screens do not match in color at all. I tried manually adjusting and using spyder express to calibrate them and they will not even come close to the same color balance. Not cool. I would've sent it back but I couldn't find any other seller of this monitor.
Summary: I'm a professional book editor, among other things, and spend many-many hours generating graphics, editing photos and text, and doing book layups. I needed a large screen with the capability of handling two letter-sized pages side-by-side and this unit works well for this. It also provides sharp text with minimal eyestrain and high-quality imaging for graphics and photo editing. Bottom LIne: After several months of using the unit daily, I'm totally pleased..
Summary: I bought this product from newegg, but felt obliged to warn other prospective buyers here too. The monitor started off well enough, but then started to develop the flickering (screen goes black for 1-3 seconds) that so many others have complained about after a month or two. It keeps getting worse. Now it's at the point where it flickers so much that it is basically unusable.
Summary: It's my first IPS monitor, but I can tell that reproduces an excellent range of colors one garmut very full, very good contrast for my tends to be better with warm colors, perfect is calibrated with colorMunky " I am happy with its performance. just the aesthetics is not the best, plastics are not very good looking, looks like a expensive toy and not a professional monitor. but for me the main thing is the performance. so the appearance is a second term.
Summary: I have had this monitor well over a year now. I loved the color for photo processing. I really loved taking my SD card out of my camera and putting it directly into the reader on the side of the monitor. After a few months, the card reader quit working, so I went back to reading cards off my computer. Well, last night, I had no picture on my monitor. If I turned the monitor off, then on, the screen said no HDMI input. I tried a DVI cable and a standard monitor cable.
Summary: Bought this as a replacement for my old LCD that was ok but just didnt give me the wide gamut I needed to work on my photos. The color on this monitor is excellent and when calibrated I do get a 100% SRGB and 98% Adobe RGB which is right in line with the specs. One area that you will need to keep in mind is that it does take awhile for this monitor to "warm up" so that the luminance and color are where they should be.