Summary: An updated FG2421 *with the 400cd/ms or higher* with 1900x1200 or higher resolution, with a well constructed stand and much less chassis edging around the screen would be perfection.
Pros: the 400 cd/ms brightness is one of the highest I could find on the market. I am a past CRT monitor snob and value brightness as the highest quality. This rivals my trusty Acer G24 Orange which I still use. The brightness is really apparent when sitting next to my brand new Dell u2415 (a high qual...
Cons: The plastic stand is really weak: ensure you have a stable desk. As I type this to you, the monitor is vibrating due to the impacts of my fingers on the Cherry MD brown mechanical keyboard. Worse, the panel is not VESA compliant for mounting on an alternative stand. Other users have figured out h...
Summary: Great monitor, but remember it runs at 120hz and the monitor itself will turbo itself to 240hz.[No modification available on this profile] So on the Nvida control panel you must set it to 120hz. ( You can turn the turbo mode off and modified your colors..
Athletic Anchovy "Like most weak men, he prided himself on never changing one's mind. -W. Somerset Maugham", Amazon
27 July 2014
Summary: I am a 'computer-gamer'. With it's extremely low lag/latency/fast refresh rate, yet very high picture quality, this FG2421 is the best monitor for gaming, IMHO... (my son and I play 'Battlefield 4', among other PC games).
Excerpt: The 120Hz Sharp MVA panel is rather impressive. Panel is 8bit + FRC which is more or less useful or useless depending on what you do. 120Hz and the 240Hz motion blur reduction works nicely but still introduces the "PWM" issue so I don't use it much.
Summary: I used this for about 3 months then went to 1440p OC monitor. Every time I walk into her play room where she uses this for FFXIV I'm mesmerized by it. Fantastic monitor if you get a good unit. Some bad QC. Fortunately my marketplace seller did the QC for me :D