Found it at a great price, very high quality monitor. Would recommend it.
20 August 2013
Summary: I bought this product because I was going into college for a mostly computer-based major, and wanted a nice monitor. I managed to find this one at an excellent price compared to comparable monitors. I love the size and the fact that it's IPS - the viewing angles on it are great. My only complaint is that it sits relatively low when it's on the stand that it comes with - for me it's a little below eye level on my desk.
Monitor has no speaker, and HDMI input color looks a bit wash
27 April 2013
Summary: I got this monitor on sale from Fry's at a lower price point than here at Amazon. It is an upgrade form our old small monitor, and I generally happy with this new monitor. My experience is similar to 4/1/13 review written by Lenny. The only thing I want to add is my user experience on HDMI input and the audio output 3.5mm phone jack from the back of this monitor. 1.) The color from the HDMI input seems to be a bit wash compare to the VGA input. 2.
Summary: I bought this from a brick and mortar store that offered a better price on sale. I got it to use my laptop on a larger screen at home. What attracted my attention to this monitor is the low cost (where I bought it from) and IPS screen. It's LED backlit, so I didn't expect full Adobe RGB (or even SRGB) color reproduction, but I expected (and got) better horizontal viewing angles. According to Lenovo this is an e-IPS display, which is a lower cost alternative to S-IPS.
Summary: If you are using VESA wall mount then you will need to remove the base from the back of the monitor. the owners manual seems to only refer to a diagram which appears the base support just pulls out of the back of the monitor. This is inaccurate in the Lenovo owners manual I downloaded online from their site. you will need to pop out a rectangular plastic plate at the base support location on the back of the monitor.
Pros: great image, no glare - seems to be a great product
Cons: Owners manual did not come with it, customer service (tech help) at Lenovo is less than helpful.
Summary: A handsome monitor featuring a very nice IPS screen with a matte finish (no glare). The 14 ms response time may be a bit slow for gamers, but I haven't noticed any lag. There are no physical buttons; instead it has a touch-control area on the lower-right bezel that can be a tad finicky, but not annoyingly so. Unlike most current monitors, this Lenovo has a sturdy metal base that makes it very stable.
Summary: This is a nice monitor, good picture, good design. Good for bright rooms as it is not reflective at all. However, support is not existent. There are no numbers on Lenovo's site that deal with monitors. There is no numbers on the included warranty or user manual (well unless you are in China or Australia#. My old monitor a Samsung and other competitors to this like a Dell IPS display have a setting in the OSD #On Screen Display# that allows you to stick to one input.
Bad features and support hamper an overall good design.
Lars Josef Kelley, Amazon
9 March 2013
Summary: This is a nice monitor, good picture, good design. Good for bright rooms as it is not reflective at all. However, support is not existent. There are no numbers on Lenovo's site that deal with monitors. There is no numbers on the included warranty or user manual (well unless you are in China or Australia). My old monitor a Samsung and other competitors to this like a Dell IPS display have a setting in the OSD (On Screen Display) that allows you to stick to one input.