Summary: I originally had it hooked up with a DVI to HDMI dongle cable, once I switched to DVI - DVI all the color issues disappeared, something to do with how HDMI timing or some such. Anyway, as weird as it sounds, switching to a different connection method made a huge difference. This monitor ROCKS zero buyer remorse better than my 1920x1200 unit by a mile.
Pros: I wouldn't be surprised if this is the best 1080o 27" VA panel made
Cons: zip. Maybe the stand? Dunno, using a monitor arm.
Summary: Text is okay, but not great. I had to go into scaling on CCC to get the monitor to fill the whole screen (coming from a 1920X1200 monitor). Also, and maybe the most disturbing... colors. I can't tell yet if it's me or the monitor. When I run color tests and blue/red/green tests it's good, but dunno.... something just seems off. Very possible it's me, so not listing as a con.I will update if I find out more.
Pros: Nice size and if you're coming from an older 24" LCD you'll find the footprint on this monitor is not much wider or longer. Thin bezel FTW.
Cons: It would not automatically detect HDMI... I was stumped for awhile until I went into the controls and manually selected HDMI as the input.
Summary: I picked up 2 of these monitors for my home work space. They are really nice and are the perfect size for a good dual monitor setup. Unless you set right up on top of the monitors, the 1080p output is just fine. I work out of my home and spend 9-10 hours per day in front of these and love them. They are used mostly for email, web browsing and Microsoft Office programs and the monitors perform flawlessly for this purpose.
Summary: Excellent buy for the little money spent. No issues other than quality of sound as volume on speakers are on the low side,., but who cares? I got the monitor for it's size and HDMI quality not Boom Box sound performance.