Summary: I did not take an egg away because it was clear it had no such port... it was just the only con I see. Do measure your work area. A 27" monitor is **HUGE**. I use mine primarily for videoconferencing. We use the others for normal business work with graphics and large spreadsheets.
Pros: Large and bright, good visibility in our office environment (we are happy to have windows facing N, S, E and W in various offices), reasonable price.
Summary: This is my 3rd Hanns-G monitor. This one for my wife. I've found these to be the best size and performance for the money. They hold up well and the picture is fantastic. Great response time and out of 3 monitors I've had 0 dead pixel issues that I've seen plague many monitors even on first power up. Speaking as a gamer these have fantastic performance for demanding games where motion tearing can be a problem on discount displays.
Summary: I wish I had gotten a higher resolution display, everything seems a lot bigger compared to my Acer AL2216W which is 22'' @ 1680x1050 (which I love that resolution) I thought my old screen was still just fine, I was greedy and upgraded.
Pros: Very Bright Very Big Picture Quality is great Stand works just fine, remove the screw in the bottom, attach stand, then put the screw back in through both pieces. Very simple, although the instructions dont make it clear. HDMI is a nice bonus, Although I use DVI
Cons: Speakers, I plugged them in for ish and gigs (my computer speakers are an HK 3490 with 2 Polk Monitor 70's and a PSW505 woofer) They sound EXACTLY like my headphones...if you put them down on the table and turned the computer volume to 400%. I did not buy for speakers at all.
Summary: Don't listen to people who say the base is very unstable. That's THEIR fault, not the fault of the product. If they had followed simple directions and used some common sense, they wouldn't have had the problem. When you get the monitor(s) the base is separate from the neck. There are obvious places where it clips on. Where people are messing up is not removing the screw from the bottom of the neck, then putting the base on, then securing the base with that screw.
Pros: Very bright! No dead/stuck pixels. I actually had to turn the brightness down to 65%. Great image and tons of space for me to work / game on. I bought two of these to replace my 22" dual monitor setup and I couldn't be happier
Summary: I see people giving it bad reviews for the stand being too flimsy??? Okay maybe it's not bullet proof but what do you need? You set it up, plug it in and dust it off once in a while. It's not a portable item people! It's about the picture quality and the response time, not if you can do pull-ups on it...geez!
Pros: Price, color, longevity, ports. Okay this monitor is under rated for the price point. I have had two of these for almost two years now and both are as good as the day I plugged them in. Battlefield 4 looks absolutely amazing on this monitor! No motion blur what so ever and the colors and lighting are brilliant. I am going to buy another one as soon as the price drops to the $200 mark again. Can't wait to have three of these beauties spread across my desk.
Cons: Stand will wobble if you have an earthquake...oh brother!
Summary: I use this in my home office / study. It gets a fair bit of use. Resolution is good, performance has been good. It's everything I wanted. I don't use the speakers, so I can't comment on sound quality.
Summary: I'm very pleased with this screen. Brightness is just what I need; it could be used in a home or work setting, but I'd recommend it as a work monitor. The refresh rate (2ms) is what brings it ahead of the field - an overlooked stat by many with high resolution. The lack of inputs is part of the point - you're not paying for those extra addons.