Summary: Okay, this is a nice screen and for the price I didn't expect much more then just an okay pic. It gives a good picture and after tweeking the resolution, I'm great with it. I didn't need fancy, I just needed vision. So if this is what you require then this is your screen. If perfection is what you need, spend 300 and/or review more choices. The volume is not so good...I connected computer speakers for a better sound.
Summary: After having an Acer 22" flat screen fail in 18 months (price > $200) I decided to try this monitor. The colors are bright and clear and the (< $150) price was right. Some of the screen modes make the text hard to read but considering the price, this is a good value over all.
Summary: The book that came with it has every language on the planet and very little instructions... Somehow monitor got into Splendid demo mode (what ever the heck that is)and a message was stuck on the screen. I was just about to ship it back when I finally figured out how to clear it.. The set up menu is very badly designed. It has up and down arrows but no sideways arrows. You have to fiddle around with the buttons and finally one will make it go sideways.
Summary: I use two monitors on my Apple iMac to give me a larger desktop for doing audio and video production work in my recording studio. I recently had the old 19" Proview 4 by 3 flat panel monitor I'd been using for about 8 years give out and needed to replace it. Since I had room constraints as to how large a monitor would fit on the studio desk, I looked around for a while trying to decide on what would be the best 20" monitor to use as a replacement for my old one and...
Summary: This is a long overdue upgrade for me from 15 in. monitor. Came down between Asus, LG and Acer 20 inch widescreens. Could not find any reviews about it online. But this is why I picked it: Pros: It does not have a shiny screen, yet has great colors and bright enough for me. I went and looked in the stores at several monitors and decided to skip them when I saw how shiny/reflective the screen was (Acer). I prefer a monitor that won't reflect surrounding lights.
Summary: Good, cheap, great display quality. I replaced an old dell with this and I love it. My home computer is not my primary use computer, but i find myself using it more just because I like the monitor.
Summary: It was a good price and a decent size for standard use. I actually bought this to give to my mom but ended up just trading her my old monitor as my old one had better connections and I don't need much but dvi. Resolution looks great, no dead pixels.
true widescreen 16:9 with cool features and 3 years warranty!
13 September 2011
Summary: Pros: 1) 16:9 true widescreen display perfect for dvd and blu-ray movies as well as having 2 windows open 2) 1600x900 is 900p near 1080p which is full hd and the difference in pq is negligible 3) good looking monitor 4) sturdy stand and screen tilts up and down 5) *asus 3 years manufacturer's warranty a big plus* 6) no dead pixels 7) very good color saturation 8) cool options like theater mode and scenery mode enhances pq 9) hdcp compatible monitor for viewing hd content...
Summary: I ordered this moniter to replace my old one that quit working. It took two weeks for this new one to arrive. Too long to be without a computer. But, when it finally arrived I was very pleased with it. The screen, color, and appearance all get high marks. For the price I paid - I could not of asked for more. However, with the very slow delivery time - I will not order anything else from Amazon that I need quickly.