Summary: Needed a replacement for the aging monitor that I had. Wanted a wide-screen IPS monitor that was a comfortable size. This fit the bill. It is bright, sharp, no dead-pixels and, true to IPS technology, viewable from all angles.
Summary: I bought this because most of the reviews were so positive, and some said it was as good as the Apple IMac. Not even close. Especially displaying text. In my opinion, it doesn't look any sharper than any other monitor, and does not even come close to the Apple.
Summary: Excellent clarity for HD TV, computer use. Multiple inputs including fairly hard to find VGA input on a monitor this size. Easy toggling between inputs with easy to press push buttons which will hopefully not fail like the touch / heat activated inputs on my old monitor (the failure of those touch...
Summary: I have an HP monitor at work and decided to purchase one for home-use due to its pivot function. Turns out the image is very colorful (IPS) and everything is just crystal clear. I have dynamic contrast ratio and video overdrive both off and the thing is still a beast. I am a happy customer.
Summary: After doing my homework, I decided that I wanted an IPS monitor. Unfortunately, the price for an IPS monitor is usually $400 or higher because IPS is only available on larger monitors--usually greater than 24".
Summary: I bought this monitor as a second screen for my iMac. The IPS panel makes it a decent match for the iMac screen, although it is matte instead of glossy. It looks quite good. Potentially very very bright, I run it at about 25% brightness. Colours look good.