Summary: Simply put, I am stuck with $600 worth of defective ASUS monitors. This is by far the worst purchase I have ever made. Over a month ago, I called ASUS support about problems with my monitors (one is less than three months old).
Summary: I bought 2 of these monitors. One is working completely fine... the other has screen issues. It started to flicker initially at random intervals, then it turned black with some "wavy stripes" through the center, now the screen has gone completely white.
Summary: First review here. I bought this monitor for use with a MacBook Pro as a second display. The monitor works great and has all of the features I was looking for (PIP, multiple inputs, etc.). However, a month after use I noticed a dead pixel in the center of the screen.
Big and Beautiful, But Has Dead Pixels Out of the Box, Scheduled Replacement a MONTH away...
24 May 2014
Summary: This is a gorgeous LED backlit LCD monitor. Colors are great, brightness makes my old Acer G235H look dim, even at its highest settings. I bought this primarily for gaming and graphic design, and for all intents and purposes, it looks like it'll be perfect, except...
Summary: connect/power adaptor is lose. no control to switch away from built in speaker. No much information document. Most important is it can not catch signal if the PC outputs to more than one display devices. My old 22" monitor worked much better. I would return it if I could.
Summary: Have a problem with monitor blanking out for 1 sec every 1-2mins. Tried several attempts to solve the problem with no luck, contact Asus tech support via the phone and website. Obtained a tech support ticket number with a response, that tech support would contact me within 48 hrs.
Summary: The monitor worked good for three months. Then the image started jumping. It took two calls to customer support before I received the RMA. Forget the "Rapid Replacement" it does not happen. I am paying for the shipping.