Summary: I bought this Sony LCD Monitor 1) because of its good price 2)because I like Sony computer monitor in this shape and I was looking for it everywhere for a used one and couldn't find it but in eBay.3) because I had one before just like it.
Summary: I just started having issues with this monitor that I have been in love with for 4 years. As I was doing inquiries and troubleshooting, I thought I would check to see if I could update the drivers since I have recently migrated my new system to Win 7. In two emails that I have received from Sony's Esupport system, they have stated that they will not be creating drivers for this monitor to work with Win 7.
Summary: The picture quality is exactly what you expect from Sony...outstanding. I purchased this monitor six months ago thru Amazon and have been very pleased with the display except for the screen turning off intermittantly(lasted a few seconds). Last week the monitor would not power on. I called the Sony toll free service number and four days later I received a replacement(factory refurbished) via UPS with a prepaid shipping lable for return of the defective unit.
Summary: For the first three months, I was extremely happy with my purchase. The quality of screen display was excellent. Unfortunately, after 3 months of use, the monitor started randomly turning off and on during use. This could happen anytime and continue up to eight times in a row. I sent the monitor for warranty repair and was told that the main board needs to be replaced with a turnaround time of one week.
Summary: I've been using this monitor for about 10 months now and have nothing bad to say about it. I've used its digital connection on a mid-range AGP Nvidia GeForce graphics card and had very nice performance, and "identical" performance using the analog connection to a low-end integrated ATI Radeon X200 adapter. What makes this monitor different?: (1) Its looks--you either like the different look or you don't.
Wasn't Sure At First.... But Wow'd By Sony's HS75P/S !!!
Lance A. Miller "Lance Miller", Amazon
26 December 2005
Summary: I noticed this lcd monitor one morning at Best Buy and almost laughed it off. It looked a little strange next to the lg flatron monitors - It seemed as though Sony wasn't looking for the sleek / thin approach to lcd monitors. But after looking at serveral other brands and models at the store, I quickly noticed a huge difference in the screen of the Sony. First of all, I counted ZERO dead pixels. A few of the other models including the Westinghouse had 6+!