Summary: The good: Highly adjustable; pivots between Portrait and Landscape modes; four downstream USB 2.0 ports; composite and S-Video inputs; picture-in-picture. The bad: Contrast and some other settings are not accessible when using the DVI signal; mediocre image quality; fairly expensive. The bottom line: Dell's 2001FP comes with multimedia features and image quality good enough for all but hard-core gamers and graphic artists.
Summary: I absolutely love this monitor. It is a PC monitor that has analog RGB, digital DVI-D, S-Video and Composite inputs. I saw one used on eBay as a monitor for an Apple II. I bought this to use with my Apple IIc and liked so much I replaced my monitor on my desktop machine with this. It has a nice clear picture and a clean look to it. It is a little bigger than my Thinkvision L190p which I replaced with this.
Summary: The price was very good for an LCD monitor of this size w/USB ports on the monitor for convenience. The clarity and resolution make this a great gaming monitor or for working. Adjustable up and down,twists from side to side and tilts front to rear. Also can be turned 90 degrees.Very sharp looking.