Excellent color quality and off-axis viewing, unlike non-IPS panels
10 December 2012
Summary: This is my primary screen in the office.. everyone there has a large and cheap panel these days but this one has a more vivid and colorful display. Pros: - Excellent visual quality, noticeable better than common TFT screens - Built-in USB hub for easier access to ports (no bending under the desk) -...
Summary: Getting the right monitor is a balancing act. My own monitor is a 27 inch 2560x1440 which I love but know is not for everyone due to cost and Thunderbolt requirement. I also have a 27 inch 1920x1080 which is cheap but has a poor picture and horrible viewing angles.
Summary: Nice monitor. Right out of the box the color was acceptable. During calibration, little to no adjustments were needed. Finally - my prints match the colors presented on the monitor. Very Pleased
Summary: I needed a new monitor for more "screen real estate" in the home office. Since it'd been more than 5 years since I'd gotten a new screen I wanted to get the most current tech and IPS was it, Reviews were examined and this was amongst the best 24" 16:10 screens out there.
Summary: My wife and I are wedding photographers and we use a pair of these monitors for image editing in Lightroom and Photoshop. I have somewhat mixed feelings about this monitor. I'll mention my purchase experience and then I will explain my usage experience.
Summary: This is a great looking monitor at a great price as others have said. I'll add that 4 powered USB ports (2 at back, 2 at side) are very handy for situations where you might use this monitor for multiple computers.
Summary: Great picture. I was searching for a monitor large enough that I could read a full page at a time. Usual 1080 monitors even if large do not add much vertical area ..., I was pleasantly surprised to find this monitor has a pivot so that it will display a full legal page at a time.
Summary: I purchased the ZR24w after looking for a good 24" screen to replace my 21.5" Samsung LCD. I also purchased the Dell U2410, and the HP 2511x. The ZR24w was the best of the three. Pros: - The screen is sharp and easy to read at 1920x1200.
Summary: I have been looking at various IPS monitors for a while and the ZR24w looked like the best bang for your buck I could find. Pros: - viewing angles are fantastic - color is much more natural than my previous TN monitor - 1920 x 1200 resolution is perfect for photo and video editing - 16:10 aspect...