Great monitor IF you get one that isn't defective.
Alexandru B., Newegg
9 September 2013
Pros: Quality image, consistent black levels, very little backlight bleed - for a monitor this price and higher, physical buttons make it easier to set OSD.
Cons: First 2 showed up with blemishes inside the screen (on one) and bad pixels (on the other). I RMA'd them with Newegg. Second pair showed up - one monitor is fine, the other has a green stuck pixel in the middle/bottom of the screen. That's 3 out of 4 "bad." Unfortunately, Flexcode.org's bad pixel fix (tapping as well) wasn't able to do anything to get the pixel unstuck.
Pros: It is a great monitor I guess if you get one without a dead pixel. Been trying to run through pixel programs for a few hours and still pixel is not working. The thing is dead...
Cons: I just pulled it out of the box and it had a dead pixel. Apparently no pixel program is fixing it. Going to go ahead and leave programs on for a few hours but I should not have to deal with this with a brand new monitor. I really wish QA would do their job better. Second Asus monitor I have had with first being alright. Usually buy Acer since I have never had a dead pixel out of all 5 monitors from them. Sorry Asus, no more monitors will I buy from you. First MB issue...
Picture quality too poor for use as a monitor, viewing angle terrible
P. Haynes, Amazon
9 January 2013
Summary: We had a very nice 24" LG flat screen monitor before this, which we were perfectly happy with - but unfortunately the HDMI socket/circuit failed after about a year and a half, so it had to be returned and replaced. Until this failure I've always been very happy with LG products, so I was prepared to give them the benefit of the doubt and have the same monitor again, but it was out of stock, and so began the long, frustrating, search for a replacement.