Reviews and Problems with iiyama ProLite XB2380HS-B1
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9 December 2012
Summary: - Great monitor, sharp display; - Speakers are very poor (worse than in a regular laptop) and sound like a smartphone; - When using HDMI - computer thinks it's a TV and for some reason in native resolution it adds a thick black border, but as producer's FAQ explains, this can be fixed with the...
Summary: Great IPS monitor. Support HDMI, DVI (not sure if dual link, though the supplied cable is only single), and VGA. Has a great stand that's height adjustable, swivels almost 360° sideways and the screen rotates can rotate 90° clockwise.
Summary: Very clear & well defined picture. It has replaced a 23" 1080p LCD panel, which developed a fault. The difference in picture quality is very striking. Appears well built, has DVI, RGB & HDMI connections (the description also had "MM" - not sure what it is - but it only has DVI, RGB & HDMI & a 3.5mm...
Summary: 3 inputs are very handy - currently have a Mac Mini on HDMI, Windows 7 on DVI & D-SUB (VGA) available for laptop use. Height & angle adjustable & 90 degree rotation very useful for reading PDFs, Instructions etc. That being said if you don't need the rotation then no point paying for it.
Summary: I have two of these on my PC. They have good high quality images. Easy to set up with multiple input option. Great value for the money. I can work with them for hours at a time without any eye strain.
Summary: This is the third iiyama monitor that I've now had over the years and just like the others it didn't disappoint, not one bit. Build quality: sturdy, not hideous in any way. Height is changeable, just right at the highest point for me. Buttons and menu are okay, simple enough.