Summary: Upon firing this up, you'll say Wow! look how bright and crisp this screen appears! Then you'll actually try to use the monitor with a design document or on a webpage and you'll say -- Holy Crap! how is it possible that the color can shift so much from the top of the page to the bottom ...
Summary: After all the advertised hype and bragging rights, this monitor was a real disappointment in several ways. 1. The black background is never really all black. After positioning it to where the center of the screen was black, the edges were a faded bluish grey that moved as your head moved from side...
Summary: Let me start by saying I don't have many brand preferences. I get what's good. This monitor is not good. #1 - Out of the box the screen is not centered in the frame. There is a black strip across the top and right side of where the screen SHOULD be that does not get filled in with display.
Summary: I bought this for my office. I went with the name thinking I was going to get a great quality picture. Not. The pic is no where as clear and crisp as other monitors I had. The format is also wrong for my needs. The light source is too bright.
Summary: For the discounted price this was a decent value but I was dissapointed in that: 1) The stand is not adjustable. I have to use a wood shim to obtain the correct tilt. 2) The monitor is not equipped for wall mounting and canonly be used with the stand.
Excerpt: I dont know what these other people are talking about that say its a bad monitor. I have 8 in my office and 2 at home and there are all great! We use them to pull digital x-rays and MRIs up on so the picture has to be very crisp. These work better that any others we have had.
Summary: This is an acceptable monitor if all you need is a VGA input and you are not a very tall person. It has a very narrow vertical viewing angle and sitting on the same table top as a keyboard, contrast is nil for a six foot tall person - it would be better for a short person.