Summary: this will be a side by side review to it younger brother the Lenovo L1711p 17 inch monitor. user interface: As you would guess the user interface on the newer L1711p is better but not by much Colors: colors on this monitor compared to the L1711p appear slightly dulled out there seems to be a dominance of red in its picture it is also has a slightly lower constrast .
Summary: I have been using this small form-factor monitor to use as I build my PC's and debug / troubleshoot other computers and this is a great monitor. It would have been great if it shipped with all interface (DVI and VGA) cables but fortunately I had them. Don't expect to use for color photo adjustment, this is pure Word, PowerPoint, Excel work, not graphics.
Summary: During the pre-purchase, liked the size, brand, price, sellers feedback, and intended use played a role in the decision. The price of the unit was very competitive compared with other similar brands having the same size and features. Once received, found the unit to be in excellent condition. Install was quick. Unit has a sharp screen on a with nice stand with decent features.
Summary: For a used monitor, it's in remarkably good condition! It has wonderful color and contrast, and decent resolution. This particular monitor has a spring loaded stand, which can be a nuisance, but as long as you're not trying to do too much with it, it's not bad at all. Personally, I prefer the non-spring-loaded stand on the L171, but to each his own!
Summary: Für einen "alten" Monitor hält sich dieses Lenovo Modell ganz prächtig. Es kommt von der Helligkeit und Reaktionszeit zwar nicht mit aktuellen Geräten mit, ist für Otto-normal Verbraucher aber absolut ausreichend (E-Mail, Textverarbeitung, Internet). Die Pivot Funktion ist ein schönes Detail (muss aber von der Grafikkarte unterstützt werden). Die Auflösung von 1280x1024 Pixel reicht für die Darstellung einer kompletten Din A4 Seite hochkant aus.