Cons: Shakes easily, stand is unstable. Im a heavy typer so this thing rocks like crazy HUGE HUGE HUGE screen tear in the middle of my screen. Very annoying as i watch lots of movies on my computer. I have to watch movies on my other second monitor, which sucks and is only 18 inches.
Summary: Ordered 4 of these monitors, one went to a friend, I kept the other three. 5 days in he's got a dead pixel, and 1 day in I have a stuck one. Unacceptable for monitors in this price range/feature category; this is the first time I have ever had a stuck pixel and it happened to be on on of the more...
Pros: VESA Compliant Beautiful Picture Multi Input (VGA/HDMI/DVI) Aesthetic bezel and Button location
Cons: Overpriced Bezel is too thick for the price Stuck and Dead Pixels
Pros: It's really difficult to identify anything positive about a product, even a good product, when you feel like you've been conned by a company that produced it.
Cons: I should have heeded the reviews. Many other buyers of ASUS products have complained about ASUS not fulfilling their commitment to a refund. Now it would appear that ASUS feels that it needs my $20 more than I do. Even though I provided all the documentation as requested, and well before the dead...
ASUS VS248H-P Black 24" 2ms HDMI LED Backlight Widescreen LCD Monitor 250 cd/m2 ASCR 50,000,000:1
Dalton S., Newegg
24 August 2015
Summary: Overall this is a great monitor for the 120-160 price range. The only problem I have with it right now really is the meh base. It gets in the way of trying to bring the monitor closer and the super shiny plastic that is just a minor incontinence.
Pros: Price, screen quality, look
Cons: Shiny plastic, base seems very cheep, no vertical adjustment, Questionable longevity with tilt
Pros: Bright screen, good quality built. No dead pixel. Very clear image with HDMI connection. Very good quality at a very good price when purchased on sale.
Cons: I first connected this monitor through the embedded motherboard DVI port but the screen appeared fuzzy. I tried to make adjustments using the on screen menu without results. Before I gave up, I tried to connect through the HDMI port embedded in the motherboard. Wowla, the monitor came alive. I do...
Summary: Replaced my 7+ year old 21" 16:9 Dell monitor that I had to turn on/off 6+ times to get to stay on. I am amazed at the brightness and clarity. In fact, I had to turn the default brightness down a bit to allow my eyes to adjust.
Pros: Very bright. Very crisp. VGA / DVI / HDMI. Nice price. Great support.
Cons: None yet.. I have only had it for a few hours.. :)
Pros: The color is much sharper than my other brand 23" which had a haze and couldn't be adjusted enough to be true. It was just Plug n Play and have not had to adjust the color , contrast or gamma even for my games. I like the size for watching movies and streaming video.
Cons: It was a little pricey. Find it on sale if you can.
Summary: I have two of these monitors currently. Bought one when these went on the market, and one earlier in 2015 when it was on sale. Am planning to buy one or two more of these in the future (unless another similar monitor catches my eye on the market).
Pros: - Bright responsive screen. - Very vivid colors. - Colors are what you expect them to be. - HDMI, DVI, VGA... and an audio jack(?!?!?). Well, I guess some people still use those 3.5mm jacks. :-) - Doesn't get hot or very-warm like other LCD monitors I've been around/used.
Cons: - Power button is sluggish to respond when pressed, be it turning on or off. Takes a solid press at a different/odd angle to make it respond. Both monitors (different manufacture dates) exhibit this behavior. - Second monitor came-out-of-the-box with wonky display settings. A reset fixed that rig...