Summary: Good monitor lots of size for the money. Picture quality good only issues so far the base seems to be fashion over form. Should be a little sturdier and have a little more flex foward and back.
Summary: I purchased this to use with my laptop when at home. The resolution and response time is great for gaming and movies. The LED back-lighting keeps the monitor nice and slim. It does take some time to get color setting setup to my liking but not all that big of deal. My only complaint is that stand does not allow the monitor to tilt at all, other than that, a great value!
Summary: Worked perfectly out of the box, conecting to my ACER Win7 laptop as a 2nd display. It is all good & as advertised for the $229(Frys)... Tweakers will really like the adjustment controls, but I haven't even used them yet. Only CONS are 1) No side-to-side pivot, but is lightweight and turns easily on stand, and 2) NO SPEAKERS, fine for my needs but could be bad as Primary solo display, 3) no brackets for wall mounting.
Summary: Replacing a five year old LCD and decided to try LED-LCD. Pros * 23 inches * Ultra thin * 1080p * VGA/HDMI/DVI Interfaces * Decent price Cons * Uneven lighting. Top too dark. Bottom too bright * Colors are washed out * Stand is too high and not adjustable Update: 3 of the 4 HDMI ports stopped working. Had the mainboard replaced under warranty.
Summary: I heard bad thing about this monitor but the only reason it looks bad at first is you have to set up the colors and the gamma needs to be 0 for me. After a while messing with it i love it the color looks great it is VERY bright though you need to lower it a lot. Stand is like others say crap and moves if you type to hard its moving as i type this. And i have a big desk so its not that its on a little stand.
Great monitor, but cannot connect to your cable box
GHK "gh", Amazon
14 June 2011
Summary: As a computer monitor, this is pretty good. Very good image quality, decent video quality, lightweight. But the HDMI connection does not work when you connect it to a Satellite or cable box because it does not have support for DRM. Since using this as an occasional TV was high on my list of requirements, I am pretty bummed out. Why does the industry do such stupid things?
Summary: I really like this monitor. I have had no trouble with it. I was able to turn off all of the power saver features (I hate them all) without consulting the manual. I wish it had come with an HDMI cable but it did not. I had an HDMI so I didn't have to use the VGA connector. Am using as a computer monitor so I had to use the computer settings for the resolution. I had some software (games) that needed to go to an old resolution and it couldn't display them in TV mode.
Summary: I bought three of these to go with my eyefinity setup. The Basel is really thin, probably one if the thinest. The picture quality is really old and makes for great movies and gaming. It has all the major connectivity you may need, and as it is LED the screen is really thin and the whole unit is very light. However, the main stand support is a little flimsy, which makes the screen slightly wobble if you move the table slightly, but.