Resolution is good. Only have a small problem with the colors
K. Burnett, Amazon
26 September 2014
Summary: Grabbed this for around $150 at a local F R Y S. It's a decent monitor. 26" for around the price of a 23". A lot of room. Resolution is good. Only have a small problem with the colors. Been playing with it a bit, but it still looks a bit washed out.
Summary: But I really wish I had. I bought a high end Samsung before making this purchase and the Samsung was so wobbly from the base that I had to take it back. With a fraction of that refund money I bought this monitor. Insert the head into the base, tighten in one screw, and you're done.
Summary: Includes a VGA cable, but no HDMI cable. Why bother with the VGA cable? Should have skipped it and drop the price another buck. My first thought was that I didn't like it. When I hooked up the HDM connection, the picture didn't fill the entire screen.
Summary: I needed a cheap monitor with HDMI input, and the V7 the cheapest I could find on Amazon with that function. (There, I said it, I was a cheap bastard on purpose.) LIke many other flatscreen monitors, the V7 is trimmed in fingerprint attracting gloss black.
Summary: I edit video with an iMac and wanted a second monitor to make my workflow better. The programs I use are FCP7 and Adobe Premiere and After Effects. This is a good enough monitor to have your internet browser and any other screens open alongside of your editing program.
Summary: Although its an excellent monitor, but it lacks very important feature of monitor i.e. height adjustment and tilt. Once fixed to stand you will not be able to adjust the height and tilt angle .
Summary: With perfect size and perfect widescreen aspect, and with inbuilt speakers and DVI interface, this is an ideal screen for this price. The speakers, albeit small, sound clear and are better than laptop speakers, especially after having increased the bass.