Excerpt: Initially I bought this monitor as I had heard good things about the Hanns.G make, and on a budget of up to £120 the thought was that I couldn't go wrong. Unfortunately I found out at a later date that for a few pounds more I could of had a 22" of the same make (which is what I did for my own pc as this monitor was bought for my daughter).
A good buy two years ago, but today you can do better.
13 August 2010
Excerpt: I picked up this monitor a couple of years ago as a cheap monitor for my university set up. It cost me about £90 at the time so I'm surprised to see Amazon selling it at £104 now. The monitor is very much a budget monitor to my mind, although presenting a perfectly reasonable 1440 x 900 pixel resolution (a little stretched on a 19" screen today, but 2 years ago very acceptable) the colour presentation always seems off and I can't get photos to look 'right' on it, same...
Excerpt: "A nice looking unit but a few models have or have had problems with ghosting including my first one. Apart from that the colour range is superb and the contrast isnt bad for a low end flat panel monitor no real problems with pixels dying but the control buttons are fiddley for those of us with large hands or fingers! All in all not bad for the money you pay for this unit but dont pay over £150 for it there are better monitors out there for that much. ...
Pros: Cheap, moderately good picture, contrast is satisfactory
Cons: fiddley buttons and some ghosting issues on units
Summary: In meinem Bonner Appartement arbeitete ich bisher mit meinem mittlerweile arg betagten Notebook sowie zunehmend häufiger auch mit meinem Netbook (HP Mini 210). Letzteres ist allerdings aufgrund des recht kleinen Displays manchmal etwas mühsam, so dass ich beschloss, dieses durch einen Monitor zu ergänzen.