Summary: Size is good. But it's very reflective, especially when the screen shows dark colors. It tires your eyes very quickly. I have a Phillips matte monitor at work and it's a lot better. So if you plan to do much work on this screen, think twice.
Summary: I am an average computer user. Honestly, Dell/HP and other monitors at this price range...they all seem similar to me in design. It shares same color and shape.i don't see that much difference in features as well...i recommend going for the cheapest one.
Summary: It has quite a cheap looking design. The stand also is bulky in terms of size, but flimsy as to the actual support that it provides. spend $15 more and get this awesome ASUS monitor instead: B00DBVPOZG
Summary: I did not realize it when I bought this that it is only 1920 x 1080 which is very low for a 27" display- it is the same resolution as my 5" phone. Everything is very pixelated and the image is not nearly as nice looking as my 24" Dell displays with higher resolution.
Summary: Excellent monitor very stylish with natural color and excellent definition. Very small pixels which make the image very uniform without granularity when used at its native resolution. Shipping was slow, it took 6 days to ship the product, and 2 more to deliver.
Good, but 1080p resolution is not enough for 27-inch display
8 April 2013
Summary: I wish I could rate this display higher because it is truly amazing how far screens have come, and how inexpensive they have become. I bought this screen because I use my netbook in my office, hooked up to an external display and full-size keyboard.
It's ok, spend the extra cash and get a nice 1440 IPS
Jasen Hicks, Amazon
24 March 2013
Summary: I have two Thunderbolt Displays sitting next to this screen. While it looks nice (the packaging and casing) the image quality is terrible compared to my TB displays. The resolution is not good enough to warrant a comparison.