Summary: I tried multiple cables because I just assumed it was VGA giving me trouble and the cable I had was old. Tried the brand new one that came with the monitor. Same thing. Just today I plugged the HDMI in and it has the same issue.
Pros: Nice size. Affordable prize. Was hoping to have two monitors one for gaming and the other for multi tasking purposes (watching movies, emails, looking up info on games I was playing, etc,). Widescreen HDMI ports along with DVI and VGA.
Cons: Lots of flickering little pixels no matter the resolution or set up. The flickering pixels.
Pros: Bright, consistent color across multiple units.
Cons: Monitor stands are crooked. I now have three of these monitors, and on each one, the right side sits 1/3" higher then the left. It wasn't really noticeable with just the one monitor (especially against a dark background), but with three in a row, it's now a full 1" difference between the left-mos...
Summary: Although this happened I'm sure to stick with ASUS monitors in the future. I really like the sleek look and design.
Pros: Great picture quality and the HDMI is always a bonus. Performs exactly as it says. Also one will note that the color ratio with my older Radeon HD 5830 is quite superb. Use this primarily for gaming on my other rig. Great positioning for buttons and power consumption is minimal.
Cons: Sadly I was doing some homework and noticed a dead pixel. Now I have had this same model for over a year, but I purchased this one right about 30 days ago. Normally I am not bothered by a dead pixel, but having one die this soon after purchase is a bit disheartening.
Summary: No matter how much I adjust the picture from the monitor's menu and/or the AMD Catalyst Control Center, the colors look overly saturated/cartoon like. Especially red. I removed a 20" HP monitor and just plugged in this one. Same cable and everything. So I'd say it's an apples to apples comparison.
Pros: Bright. HDMI and DVI inputs. Lots of adjustments through menu.
Cons: Biggest complaint is the color. Stand is wobbly. 2 dead pixels that annoy the *blank* out of me.
Cons: Really ? 4 foot length is really not enough, especially with multi-monitor setups. Any company that includes DVI and VGA cables in their packaging should also indicate the length is it's short than the standard. That way anyone who needs more than a 4 foot cable can add in the cost of purchasing ...
Pros: This a very good monitor game play is awesome.
Cons: About 4 months after getting it the screen would go black for a few seconds, sometimes 2 or 3 times. I contacted ASUS about the issue they told me to do a factory reset which I did and it seemed to fix it but then it happened again. I contacted ASUS several times as this came with a 3 year cross ...
Summary: I am sure this is a fine monitor, however it is entirely frustrating to have to return this for a working one. I am out a monitor for two weeks now.
Pros: Reasonably priced 23.6" monitor, was really looking forward to using it.
Cons: Well, I had it on a grand total of two hours before I spotted a stuck pixel. Completely and utterly unacceptable. The stand is also really sub-par. Even typing this at my desk is causing it to shake and wobble back and forth.
Summary: I bought this monitor to replace one that died in my dual monitor setup. This monitor is snappier, brighter, and higher contrast than my other monitor, but I will not be replacing the existing one or making this my main for one reason. Screen wobble.
Pros: Good color, nice brightness, easy setup, easy connection and control.