Summary: This is an excellent monitor, with crisp extra clear picture. It seems to be just the right size, for me.Built-in speakers are just so-so, but I'm used to my surround sound speakers. Set-up, contrast,brightness, etc. are easy to do.All in all I'm very happy with the quality of this monitor.
Summary: Purchased this back in January 2005 because of the 100 rebate offered at the time. Submitted the rebate straight away and per the website, it had been approved and sent by mid-March. It's now June and no rebate. Other than this scam, the monitor is good. Just don't expect to get the rebate.
Summary: It was only two or three years ago when 15 inch flat screen montiors sold for more than $450. I consider myself fortunate to pick up this unit up for about the same price I paid for mine NEC 17" last year ($360). For those who just want a monitor for professional uses and occassional gaming, this is a great buy. Unless you have been using 21" monitors for a while, the first thing you will notice about this monitor is how big the screen is.
Summary: There is a noticeable reduction in image quality when setting the screen resolution at 1280 x 1024 pixels at 32-bit color quality, as opposed to 16-bit color quality. (This was the case when using the VGA connection.) Your experience with this setting may vary depending on your graphics card and (perhaps) whether a DVI connection is being used instead.
Summary: I bought the Costco version and didn't need the speakers but the unit buzzes! So I returned it and picked up another one. And it buzzes! I called Princeton and they told me "it's a problem" and they are working on it. Guess I'll be returning this one too.
Summary: picked one up elsewhere for 400 bones.... games are great, movies are great, the only thing you can't do is read text while scrolling up or down a page. this thing feels huge. previously i used a 19" crt (@ 1152x864) and the screen was right up at the front of my desk. this 19" LCD is running at 1280x1024, sitting at the back of my desk, and the screen and fonts are still bigger. i can strech my legs, lean way back and still read the screen. great monitor.
Summary: I ordered mine from eBay, from an outfit that sells closeouts/discontinued, for a $183. It is new, not a refurb, with a full 3 year warrantee. At this time it is not a current model from Princeton Graphics. The average sound from a monitor's speakers are going to sound tinny, no different than 99% of the speakers from a laptop. Who the hell buys a monitor for the speaker quality? If it sounds worse, then the problem is also the sound card.
Summary: Pro: Great value for huge LCD monitor Con: speaker can be louder I got this monitor (...) This is a great monitor, 19" LCD. No dead pixel. The package includes 2 cables, 1 analog and another DVI. Only bad thing I can think of is the speaker volumn is too low. Yet, other LCDs cost much more and do not include speakers. Great product, great value.
Summary: The color and brightness are outstanding. It works well for DVD's, Cable and general computer use. I use this monitor about quite a lot, since I am a software developer I work/play and go to grad school all on this monitor. It is great for gaming and DVDs. I also use this monitor to watch cable with a tuner card (ATI AIW 9800 pro), it functions as a TV.