Summary: Monitor looks great at full HD resolution. 1920x1080. I didn't like the picture at lower resolutions, but did not intend to use it at lower resolutions. It only has one analog input, which worked fine for me. No digital, composite or HDMI inputs.
Summary: Love the size of my new monitor, it's definitely an improvement from my previous one in screen width while weighing less. However I'm rather disappointed that the description said there was a DVI port when there wasn't one to be found.
Summary: i wanted a monitor because i play my ps3 on my pc monitor so i wanted another one so i got this and this thing is nice but it said it has vga and dvi ports it sure dose have a vga port but not a dvi port which i need so im gonna try vga to dvi cable if that dose not work its getting sent back.
Summary: This monitor is a good value, for a utilitarian display, at a 100-dollar price point. "OMG - it doesn't provide the same video quality as a macbook pro!" and "it can't be adequately calibrated for professional video editing!" Please.
Summary: I got this monitor a year ago and the whole time I've had it, it's been a little off. I connected it to my Macbook Pro and from day one, the colors on the monitor were WAY off. I lived with it for awhile, though, because of its size and it was really cheap.
Summary: Found this monitor on sale for $99 and bought it without doing my research first. What a waste of time... I spend four days trying to adjust this monitor before giving up and purchasing the HP 2009m.
Summary: I bought this monitor from someone else who bought two on a black friday sale, so I paid significantly less than it's listed for on Amazon. The display is HUGE compared to my 15" CRT it replaced. Colors are very nice and the 1920x1080 resolution is great.