Cons: My girlfriend raises the computer chair because she is short. So if I sit down to use it, the screen has a dingy brown tint to it. If I drop the chair then it clears up. Very poor viewing angle for the 5" height to make such a difference.
Summary: Apparently ViewSonic thought it was a good business decision to achieve a lower price point on this monitor by omitting a key ingredient that is required in order to use the monitor to its full potential.
Pros: The IPS technology has good color, deep black, and excellent off-axis viewing angles. The LED backlighting is uniform, with no bright or dark zones. It has 100 mm VESA mounting holes, the neck of the stand is removable, and the connectors face downward to allow for flush wall-mounting. The price ...
Cons: The stand is a little too short and there is no height adjustment, but you can make phonebooks useful again by putting one or more of them under the monitor to elevate it to a more ergonomic height. I was planning to use the VESA mount anyway, so the stand did not matter to me. The egregious sin ...
Summary: The screen is beautiful but I mistakenly thought, based on this statement "Multimedia enriched with integrated stereo speakers" that it would have sound. Very disappointed to find there were no speakers.
Hum - not sure about screen clarity / quality of picture as advertised.
15 February 2015
Summary: Not as sharp as the LG I had - Don't not how much of a energy saver this is. When the LG drops dead, I use an old envision for couple months. Oh my god! It cost $72 > $81 a month on my electric bill.