Summary: Im using this for a MAME arcade cabinet that isnt worth building up to hold an old, heavy crt monitor, and so far its working great. The picture is sharp, features decent, and the base/stand is heavy/stable and versatile as well since it allows for multiple forms of adjustment/positioning. The only reason Id not get this monitor is if I was using it at a desk where I'd be sitting rather close.
Summary: This monitor was purchased used. I don't know how many hours/years it has accumulated, but there is nothing about it that seems inferior to a new unit. All features work, there is no visible defect. The stand is well designed and sturdy. All in all, just what I wanted. Low price, as-promised delivery time, great condition and performance...adds up to five stars from me. It's a great shame is that the 4:3 aspect ratio is all but obsolete.
Summary: I've had this monitor for 6 years now and it is still the clearest monitor I've ever owned. For 5 years now this has been my slave (secondary) monitor, yet it has always put every other screen I've placed next to it to shame with regards to clarity (60hz refresh though). I actually don't understand how this is possible. The clarity and brightness of this screen still blows me away. I wish I could find a widescreen monitor with this vibrancy, yet I haven't.
A true quality monitor with the perfect viewing size.
8 May 2012
Summary: We have used these monitors in our office since 2005 and we still have them today. I love them so such that I purchased one for my home office. I love the 20.1 inch screen and the flexibility of the stand. It's perfect.
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.