Summary: I have had IIyama monitors before and they have never let me down. Only reason it dropped a star was that out of 3 monitors purchased 1 has 1 pixel that is red all the time and warranty only covers this if more than 6 pixels are faulty.
Summary: I got two of these a while ago, they are probably the best monitor I've ever used. However I recently bought another 2 from amazon which only come supplied with an EU power adaptor, no good for me in the UK !!!
Summary: Eleven years ago I use to work as a PC and MAC support analyst in a publishing company. I always remember that many of the editors and designers had big prodigious Iiyama monitors, and since then I've always wanted to have my own. So eleven years later I am now the owner of one!
Summary: Having had a smaller screen by this manufacturer I decided to get a larger screen also by them .I am not at all technical so my viewpoint is basic. I have a very clear sharp view on all I visit on the Internet.
Summary: This display is OK, but nothing more. My advice - spend 50 - 100 quids and get something on IPS and with pivot. Pros: this is cheap 24" TN display with decent angles and decent colour quality, but since I had other model of Iiyama about 4 years ago, also 24" I can't see any improvement.
Summary: Title says it all really. I'm amazed that a reputable manufacturer such as iiyama would release a model with such shoddy built-in speakers. Even with the volume turned up to maximum you can hardly hear anything.
Summary: This monitor is excellent value for money, with a range of connections (HDMI is very handy to have on a monitor). One of these monitors came with my computer, and I liked it so much that I bought another one to use with my PS3 (full hd tv for ps3 for this money is amazing!