Summary: I've had this a few years now, with no problems at all. Great for those of us who (1) don't have the room for or (2) can't read the tiny type on the more popular short monitors. Unless you're really young, your eyes are going to be needing this size monitor sooner than you might think.
Summary: Bought 2 to replace my double monitors and they are great. Lightweight, small black frame around screen - no extra bulk. Easy to hook up and auto set up and I was ready to go. Good value for a good price.
Excellent for people with electromagnetic sensitivity
18 September 2011
Summary: I am suffering from a condition called electromagnetic sensitivity which I developed from overexposure to wireless technology (be careful wireless technology causes not only cancer but also this condition. 3% of the population are estimated to be sick).
Terrific monitor, but better idea is a Roku or LCD TV
1 April 2010
Summary: This monitor is easy to set up and use, and their customer service is terrific. Only thing is, to watch computer streaming AND TV, it's more compact to use an LCD TV (I didn't know LCD TVs worked as monitors, too, then).
Summary: I have had this display for almost 2 1/2 years and had have great performance from day 1. I connect different desktops and latops to this display all of the time with no issues. This is not the cheapest display out there, but if you are interested in performance with very sharp resolution, this...
Summary: The price decided it for me... 19" vs higher quality 17" (refurb.), but the 19" was 5 bucks cheaper... The picture quality is not great... it has a darker "look" at the top and fades to a lighter color at the bottom... kinda like my dad's HP monitor. Bought a dell 1706(?
Summary: I bought this for my wife when we got new computers, and I bought a Samsung 19" for myself. I wish I had gotten two of these instead. The Samsung is very nice, but it requires near-constant "fiddling" The PL1900 doesn't; it's very nice right out of the box, and required minimal setup.