Summary: This is a nice product out of the box, and I like the multiple input options and the USB hub. There's a little color bleeding noticeable on the corners, but that might just be because I got a faulty unit. As you can see in other online videos and reviews that mention it, my product was prone to occasionally flicker, usually during games, an even black out for about a second every now and then. I updated drivers and tired the old DVI cable but the problem remained.
Summary: Easy to install. Has plenty of connections. Well built. The color balance out of the box is very good. I like this monitor. BUT The monitor flickers for no reason then goes black. Comes back on, flickers and off again. This may go on for 15-20 minutes then it may or may not stop... While working its very nice. But it's going back today and a new Dell 2413 is being delivered. We also own an ASUS laptop and we've had a lot of trouble with it as well.
Summary: The product packaging is excellent. Very sturdy frame. Personally, I did not see a whole lot of difference between the ASUS PA248Q and my ASUS VE247 in terms of color and detail. Also, when I hooked up the HDMI cable, the text was fuzzy and had uneven coloring. I re-connected the DVI cable and the text was sharp again. Here is why I only gave it two stars: From the get go, this monitor would occasionally blink or shudder.
Summary: First off, The pros: Solidly built with swivel/tilt/turn-sideways stand (which is awesome for reading or coding) Full 1920x1200 resolution (better for computer work than 1080p) USB 3.0 Hub Good connection options All cables are included (except HDMI), even a velcro strap is! Measurement marks (which I didn't have a chance to use but they seem like they might be useful for photo/graphic design) Good menu system and controls - has a small pointer to move through menus, not...
Summary: I thought the display quality and features were good. However the unit failed after two weeks and the technical support (an oversea contract organization) I contacted was horrible. After brief discussion as to the problem I was experiencing the agent insisted I give them my credit card number so they could charge me for any assistance they might provide I hung up.
Summary: This monitor got a pretty good review on CNET. I bought it as a result of a cost/performance comparison. This model has the features of a higher cost model but uses a cheaper LED panel. None of the color richness of the more expensive model. The stand is the best I have seen on any LED display, stable and good height adjustment. Big disappointment when it stopped working after 5 days. Still waiting for ASUS support to give me an RMA.
Summary: I had the monitor for two weeks before it simply would not turn-on. I tried changing the power cable, the video cables, no luck. I just exchanged the dead one for a new one and I have my fingers crossed this one will last much longer. This seems to be a great monitor, I love the screen quality the multiple video inputs and the built-in USB hub. I'm hopeful the exchanged monitor will last longer so I can update this review and give it more stars.
Summary: Purchased from Amazon and it comes without any dead pixels. The color profile that comes with monitor is only slightly inaccurate because I used i1 Pro for calibration comparisons. Four USB3 hookups are ideal for my workflow. However, the monitor that I received has some serious defects. The Displayport doesn't work. In addition, some strong LED backlight bleed in four corners, particularly so in the lower left corner.
Summary: Length:: 0:18 Mins I really like this monitor. Lots of options, and the color capabilities are nice, BUT. I can't seem to get the screen to look correctly, and I'm not sure why. There is always a flare looking effect at the bottom right and left corner, the right side flares yellow, the left side flares blue. It could be the A/G coating, although I'm not certain.
Summary: The first one flickered from time to time, and sometimes just went black for a couple of seconds. The replacement did the same but more often! I double-checked on two computers (one Win7 and one Linux) and two cables, but the result was the same. I bought another make - same size, same resolution - and that has had no problems. Maybe a bad batch from Asus? When working, the image quality was really excellent - better than my more-expensive replacement.