Summary: This monitor while one of the only units left in the 16:10 aspect ratio, is NOT an LED monitor. It has no LED backlighting of any sort. Check the Manufacturers site ( it is a LEGACY model) and even the new model of the 28" is NOT LED. great value, and big screen and the 16:10 ratio is the best, but just take it as an LCD.
Super bright, super crisp... sound is a bit crude.
Joe Crescenzi "From CouponPages.Com", Amazon
6 June 2012
Summary: This monitor looks great! I have always had a 1920 x 1200 24" monitor on my desk, but I decided I wanted something bigger. The trouble is, most large monitors are 1920 x 1080 and when you blow them up to 28", the pixels get too big, so you truly do need as high a resolution as possible. In my research, I discovered that unless you are willing to spend around $1000, you won't get a monitor with higher resolution than 1920 x 1200.
Summary: I have had this monitor now for about 3 yrs and use it daily at home at work I have 2 24" monitors with the same resolution as the 28" this means everthing is just a bit larger. I use itfor most every task you can think of, photo editing editing movies browsing the internet etc.. Is it a 600.00 monitor no but it does a great job for what it is.
Summary: This is the second of this brand/size I have in service. Love the quality and size. The one I bought in 2009 has easier controls but the screen quality is excellent in both. It would have 5 stars except for the difficult controls and illogical logic. You'll see what I mean if you buy this unit. Once adjusted to how you want it, it's a 5 star product. Amazon delivery was excellent as usual.
Summary: Best value on the market: With a display size (the actual viewable stuff) of 27.5" vs others that include the bezel - it's a real 28" of viewable area. It's the only one I could find in the under US$1000. that has a rez of 1920x1200 - YaY! Colours are vibrant and the text display is much crisper than on a lower HD rez screen - and then, then there's the price! OMFG - that combined with the preceding, definitely makes it the best value out there. I want a second one!!
Summary: Pros: My priority was real estate and resolution on a limited budget. This thing nails that in a big way. Even if the picture was awful (and it's not) it's hard to believe that this much screen's available at this price. On top of that, the 1920x1200 16:10 resolution was the clincher. VGA input's fine for now, but there's HDMI for later. Nice. I have a lot to say in the "Cons" but these are home run "Pros" Cons: The stand is bad. Flimsy, with no adjustments.
Summary: This is my third Hanns G 28" 1200 x 1920 monitor. They are one of the most hi res monitors out there, 1200 x 1920. The down side is on all three there have been stuck pixels. They are not very noticeable but when you spend almost $300.00 for a brand new monitor it would be nice if there weren't any bad pixels at all.
Summary: You get a lot of bang for your buck on this one. The color setting needs a little tweaking out of the box, but not much. This monitor is very bright, at least for my eyes so some adjusting was required. There is a lot of screen real estate at 1900x1200. There are VGA, DVI, HDMI plugs + audio. I'm plugged into VGA and have no lines or distortion in the picture. All lettering is clear. I have not played any games on it yet but can't see why anything would be a miss.