Summary: I did a lot of research before buying a monitor for my photography purposes. I am very happy that i found this monitor FOR SUCH A LOW PRICE! You have no idea how happy i am after installing, calibrating, and editing some photos with this unit. I can't believe that i have bought a such high quality monitor for this price. A couple of years ago i could only dream of having such thing, because they cost so much money, even now, some monitors cost more than $1000 dollars.
Summary: This is a great monitor because it is an IPS monitor and the user can tilt, rotate, and raise the screen. We have had it for over six months and we are still loving it. I didn't have any bleeding problems. The three year warranty is very generous. Check out the reviews at NewEgg.com.
Summary: I calibrated the NEC MultiSync EA232WMi screen via the OSD to 40 % Brightness and 50% contrast for my environment .The unit is very well constructed and the adjustable stand with both height and tilt adjustments makes use a real joy. I have it setup to display YM future charts in two time frames, the trading platform software has a black background and the price candles are of various colors, green, red, yellow and blue.
Summary: I run a three monitor setup for web publishing. My 7 year old 24 inch ips panel that I use for my primary display was starting to go so I took a chance and ordered a Benq 24 inch VA EW2420 panel because I saw the problems people had with the Dell's uneven quality for their Ultra sharp. The colors on the Benq are terrible. Tried calibrating it and it is still off with the whites taking on a purplish tint.
Do your self the favor and pay that little more for this screen
2 April 2012
Summary: I can only second the other positive reviews, this is by far the best screen I have ever owned, better than the professional grade Fujitsu-Siemens screen it replaced (costing at its time well over 1000 Euros and also having an IPS panel). It has a proper professional grade pivot monitor stand, which is height and tilt adjustable and can be freely rotated on its base. Furthermore the stand has a nice cable tunnel to tidy up your cable salad.
Summary: I wanted a screen for colour correcting photographs at home that wouldn't cost a fortune. After doing some research around the web this screen looked as though it was up to the task. I've been using it for a week now and so far I'm very impressed with it. It's been a big upgrade from my 5-year-old 1280x1024 Samsung display; the extra screen space makes a lot of difference.