Summary: This so far is the best 1920x1080 monitor i've owned, its very light, and easily will work with any VESA mount because its so light. It uses about 30 watts of power when I tested it which is very good compared to other monitors I've tested. This monitor replaced a 24 inch benq monitor, which was not bad but it had some problems with lag.
Pros: Low power usage, bright screen, good angle of viewing, thin and light, affordable, VESA mountable, response seems fast, VGA-DVI-HDMI inputs!!!
Cons: Colors seem less detailed compared to my Dell monitor. Also i'm not sure if I like the power brick or not. Red power light is distracting. Hate to write any more bad comments, this monitor is pretty crisp!
Summary: Perfect monitor if your a normal person, has all the inputs you need. I'm really into photo editing so a good panel was my only requirement. Luckily LG tends to make things look good as well and the thin bezel is just the cherry on top. If your a pixel density douche, or an audiophile weirdo, turn around now, and run far far away. Or buy it, you'll never be happy so you might as well save some money. For real tho, this monitor is great.
Pros: Size, IPS panel for photo editing, Headphone jack out for when using hdmi, Well under 300 on sale
Cons: only 1080p (jk don't be an asshole), no DVI cable included, but don't we all have like 10 in our basement?
Summary: Well, I'm not a guy who knows everything there is to know about high end displays. Obviously 120Hz 2ms response time or lower for PC gaming would be the best choice but bang for buck, this thing is like staring into the face of Jesus. It looks so clean and so bright compared to the 24" Samsung I just went from. BF4 looks absolutely incredible, no ghosting, no bleeding, just a very clean picture. Text looks sharp and BluRays looks stunning.