Summary: It's a good monitor. We use these in portrait mode and I notice significant color loss when viewed at an angle. The monitor says its an "IPS" although it displays more like a VA panel or a really nice TN. Other reviewers have stated that it is not border-less and I would add that when it is set in portrait or set 90 degrees it is more pronounced as off center due to the border not being there on the bottom(or right side at 90 degrees).
Summary: I purchased this for a little over $200 here on amazon. Just about the write price for a regular 27" monitor that is not edgeless. As many others posted, it is no where near edgeless. I've gone under my graphic's card settings and scaled it to 100% vertical and horizontal and still no luck.
Summary: I am in the 3d industry where I need a fantastic monitor to work off of. There are reviews on here about the bevel being too big, I think that's pretty funny. To me, who cares. The metal stand is awesome and solid. Not cheaply made.
Summary: I love this monitor. I have been using it for months and not one problem. It has a DVI connection for my Mac and an HDMI for the playstation and a headphone 3.5mm jack in the back for headphones via HDMI pass-thru sound. The front controls are great for switching inputs and adjusting things. The only complain I have is there is no volume level controls for the headphones. It's just set to max.
Summary: The screen has quite a large annoying bevel. Their description of "The Worlds first edgeless 27" IPS Display" is so massively misleading it's insane, "world first" lol, world's first what? Buy this ASUS instead: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00DBVPOZG/ref=ox_ya_os_product same price and way better design. What's ironic is the ASUS actually is edgeless, the Lenevo has a protruding bevel of about 3mm around the edge of it all. p.s.
Summary: This is a nice monitor, but it is not in anyway "edgeless." It has your regular plastic frame around the monitor screen, and in addition has a 1/4" to 3/8" black edge-like frame that is built inside the plastic monitor frame on the screen itself, which separates the image area away from the screen frame, actually making the total screen area smaller! This black band cannot be seen when the monitor is off, only when lit.
Summary: Get 'em while they're still in stock. Screen real estate equivalent to two full pages side-by-side. I am still trying to get used to the brightness that lights up the whole room. I had a dual 19" monitor setup that I used to swear by but this is one beautiful and simple setup in which I also reclaimed desk space and outlets. The bottom line is that you would have to be a rich man or somebody who gets free review units in order to not love this monitor.
Summary: I used to have a Samsung monitor for 1 year which costs more than $400. After I got this one, I have to say it is way better than my Samsung one. The setup is super easy and the image is crisp, the color is bright and real. With a price of $200, this is a perfect deal.