Summary: First, note that I do not own this monitor, but a similar monitor, the HannsG HZ251, also a 1920x1080 25" TN panel. I have the monitor running at 1920x1080 over DVI in a dual-monitor configuration, and it works perfectly, except for occasional glitches where it will not return from standby, displaying a "no input" message, but this is easily fixed by turning off and on the monitor's power button. The first step for a desk configuration is installing the stand.
Summary: At this point I'm so sick of trying to deal with this company. It is obvious to me the company does not truly stand behind its products and that the gimmick of the corporation is that seemingly fantastic "3 year" warranty Hanns-G loves to tout on every website it pedals its goods upon. In my experience, this supposed 3 year warranty (1 year LCD panel aside) does not really exist.
Summary: I bought this monitor around August 2010 and it still hasn't had any problems. The picture is crystal clear, just as should be expected with 1080p resolution, and I didn't have a single stuck pixel. Truth be told, this thing once fell backward off the desk, a one-foot fall to my bed, knocking against the wooden desk as it finished falling, and it remained powered on and displaying a picture the whole time, and I haven't since seen any consequences from that.
Summary: I liked my monitor when i got it. Good price for the size, no very vibrant but I good quality for the value. My warning is for consumer support, after 2 years the power supply is going out and I after one week, consumer support has not returned any of my emails. Know that you are taking a chance with this manufacturer.
Summary: Ownership: 15 months. Monitor is a nice size, so if you put this on your desk, make sure you have an adequate distance between your face and where the monitor will be. When I got this monitor, it had 1 pixel that was stuck...ish. I say that because while it does not display the color it is supposed to, it seems that only 1 part of the pixel is messed up. On a blue screen you cannot see it, but on a black screen you can. This did not lose a star for that though.
Summary: I own two of these monitors. Between the two, there is a single stuck pixel, but it's red and near one of the corners, so it's not a huge problem for me. When you have a monitor with a TN panel this huge, it's expected to have a stuck or dead pixel or two, and only one of mine has that. If it were an IPS panel or something fancy that I paid a lot of money for, I'd be upset, but this is a cheap TN panel. No problem. I haven't had any issues with tearing or jitter.
Summary: I have 5 of these 25" babies. Started with 1 when they were introduced and have added the others. I have been working them all. No complaints. Sure, they are more cheaply priced but picture quality is excellent, no pixel problems, rich colors and very good resolution in all, video adjustments easy once you get used to controls. There are better monitors but these are great performers that will last long enough to reach the next technology generation shift.
Summary: I have owned this monitor for only 3 months and it is already failing. When I originally purchased the monitor it was a great deal, and it worked great. So I bought 2 more. I came to find out that Hanns G is notorious for not supporting their product, which are prone to failure. There are several accounts on the web that detail exactly what I am experiencing, but Hanns G refuses to acknowledge or address it.
Summary: This was the biggest piece of junk I have ever owned, returned it after two days. the first day everything was great and I had no problems, then when I started playing crysis 2 the screen just flickered like crazy! wouldnt even stop! some might think "video card, DUH!" but no, I have two crossfired 6990s I just bought two days prior to the monitor. The monitor also had a very flimsy stand and the buttons felt cheap and weak.