Summary: I previously owned this same monitor & mine had died. I bought a new one & had to return it because I had brain surgery which caused me to be photo sensitive. My grandson suggested Ebay, where the exact model was being sold, wow, was I ever pleased! I am very pleased with my purchase.I saved over $75.00 & my eyes don't hurt.
Summary: I was very disappointed as this was my first ebay experience. I was told that a stand was included for my monitor and when I asked as it was not in the package with the montor that it would follow shortly, it did not. I was then told if I wanted I could pay for sipping and handling to get ne, why should I when it was included, when I disputed with ebay they closed the case saying a resolution had been found how is that when I still don't have a stand.
Why I like and how I make a 19" wide screen work fo me.
26 March 2011
Summary: The soft,warm colors of the eMachines monitors. are very beneficial for older people and in particular those with brown and green eyes.The bronze silver frame is also less contrasting than a large black or white frame, which i on of the reasons we now have for emachines monitors. I go to desktop,properties,settings,advanced,general, and select the 120 dpi,large letter format to give all my, short cuts,a large enough type face for me to see them.
Summary: I love my eMachines monitor because it has a crystal clear display. I have no complaints and would recommend eMachines monitors to anyone looking for a reasonably priced monitor. This is my second eMachines monitor and I will be looking to buy a third for one of my extra computers. These are very dependable monitors and would be a great addition to any computer.
Summary: Everybody don't know that Emachine was once owned and built by IBM. They sold out to Gateway. Now Emachines are built by Gateway. Emachines are off brand products the big guys use to test market some of their ideas on. If the product fails the off brand gets the rap, The flagship product is safe. In this case LCD Monitor here was built by IBM using parts supplied by the lowest bidder. Some of them last forever while others failed.