Summary: Great for a touchscreen monitor, and alright As a Wacom Cintiq alternative. The screen is really glossy like people here have said, so it does make it tricky with the stylus. Also, for me, I'm using it as a second monitor, and I'm having to clone the display instead of extending it; otherwise it's...
Summary: Well. It showed up with the screen completely disconnected from the back. Hanging by wires. On reconnecting it, it has a sting of stuck pixels. Finally it is so sensitive that just exhaling too hard will cause it to register a touch. Frustrating in general. Pick the Acer equivalent over this one.
Summary: The monitor works pretty much as advertised. The static images are clear, and the touch screen function works well. The user manual is not particularly helpful, but with a little trial and error, you will have some success.
Summary: I purchased it for my Windows 7 Pro machine for music production. It works great and the large screen is a major selling point. Worked right out of the box. Plugged it in - it worked! Big bang for the buck!
The Monitor Itself Is Good, but Everything Else Sucks
Aaron B., Amazon
13 March 2015
Summary: My biggest complaint is the glossy screen. Like laptop displays, monitors are showing up with glossy instead of matte-finish screens. The glossy screen can make dark areas of the image appear deeper and less washed out in bright, ambient light.