Summary: Very bright, and light base (no heavy weight in base). This particular unit appears to be dead/stuck pixel free (haven't run any such tests, just checking by sight).
Pros: Smaller physical dimension but high enough resolution, fits my desktop configuration nicely. A bigger panel for this resolution would've been too big for my desktop (I have other panels sitting next to it).
Cons: None observed so far. Am not using this monitor for gaming or need photo correctness, so can't judge for those areas.
Summary: Great value for the buck, get two or four for panoramic!
Pros: * Great 19" LCD monitor for the $$ * Both D-sub and DVI connectors, speakers out * VGA, DVI & speaker cables provided * "Splendid" - "TryMe" push-button automatic video adjustment presets * No nonsense, hassle-free setup at native res
Cons: Not so much considering the price, yet: * No driver support in Vista x64 Ultim (you must download) = color adjust defaulted on Gfx card.
Pros: 19" Wide Screen for $120 - WOW! Ok - ASUS can build monitors too. I took a chance on this one because I've been in the PC business for over 15 years. I took the risk due to the price and I am not dissapointed. This display is crisp and bright. If you're in the market for a solid 19" wide screen -...
Cons: The stand could have been a bit more solid but heck - for the price - I'll deal with it.