Slim Monitor, fits a budget without much compromise
CJ V., Amazon
13 May 2013
Summary: Great monitor for the price, nice design and can be used with or without the monitor stand. Very slim and light compared to my old monitors and the all black design gives it a sharp look. Colors are good and bright and fully customizable through the digital menu system.
Summary: This thing has survived some unintentional knocking around, even when I thought it was as good as gone I plugged it in to find that there was no damage done. Cats have gotten spooked and yanked the chord, toppling it onto the floor, it has been knocked around in transit a bit, but none of that has...
Pros: Pretty durable. Easy to set up (like most monitors). Great for image editing, modeling, and games. Sleek looks.
Cons: Not a very versatile base. The only height configuration option is to unscrew the base and use the 'neck' as a support. Aside from tilting it up and down that is. The screen gets notably darker if it's even just a little too high up. This is great incentive for correcting posture, but further lim...
Summary: I needed a new monitor that accepted HDMI because my tower is currently connected to A TV and would be connected to a monitor (this one) that is far away from it. Well I currently have a long HDMI cable, so it was one of the key selling points when I started looking for a new monitor that it have...
Summary: I purchased this monitor in October 2010. So far it works good except for the fact that the blue power light quit working around December 2010. Also,the 4 little blue menu lights quit working at the same time.
Summary: When I purchased this monitor late in 2010, I was looking for the best bang for the buck. It was between this 20" LED minitor or an eMachines 24" LCD. Although the LCD may have cost a hair less, I opted for this monitor mostly due to it's warranty and brand reliability.
Pros: Extremely bright, large display, phenominal contrast ratio, weighs next to nothing, VERY thin, shiny black finish, great warranty, great brand name
Cons: Weighs so little that it' almost seems flimsy at times - even pushing the power button requires you to brace the back of the monitor or the monitor bobs around a bit when pressed. The stand that holds it in place doesnt' feel too solid. That's honestly about the only flaws I could find...and both...
Summary: I bought 3 of these for my eyefinity setup, and can say i am very pleased with the monitors. I can not complain, the only thing i may reget is i will not be able to do 3d with them. But untill then I am loving it
Pros: *Great Resolution * Cool stand Option *Slick Design *Plug N Play *Power Saving
Cons: -Its not 120hertz -bezel is about 1inch, which can be kind of big with 3, even with a offset