Summary: Amazing price for IPS monitors. I bought these because they were competitive with standard LED monitors, but the IPS places them head and shoulders above those other screens. They look great from any angle, and the colors are far more consistent than the far more expensive monitors I use at work.
Summary: This is my first experience with IPS monitors. Other reviews say these monitors are a must for true colors on photographs. I rated this 4 of 5 stars becuase this monitor is doing exactly what other positive reviewers have said, but it's not wowing me.
Summary: It didn't say IPS on the box so I was a bit worried. But I hooked it up and it worked great! I'm not a hardcore gamer/artist/movie person but I do like to draw or edit my photos on photoshop occasionally when I have the time.
Summary: I was lucky enough to find a PA246Q monitor stand on an auction Website for $40. Because this is VESA-compatible, I now have an awesome IPS monitor that swivels/rises for a total of $219.99
Pros: Picture quality is amazing in both games and videos. I game in a dark room, and have not experienced any backlight bleeding, etc. as some others have. Also, no ghosting whatsoever in games (Killing Floor and Mount & Blade: Warband so far). You really can't beat this monitor at this price.
Summary: Really like this one. Image quality is very good, comparable to my older (and far more costly) Dell Ultrasharp. Mine required some calibrating for best video viewing. I don't see any back light bleed (as another review mentioned) and no dead pixels.
Pros: Accurate Colors Bright, Crisp Images Three Year Warranty
Summary: After about a month of working on this monitor I have realized that this is one of the best purchases I have made monitor wise. I have compared this monitor to 2 other monitors both being TFT type and this monitor really does show the shame in the older technologies. Pros- Price and price.
Summary: I bought two of these monitors about three weeks ago. One of my two older 20" displays on my Mac Pro died. So I decided to sell the remaining Apple 20" display and buy a matched pair of 1080p LED displays. Unfortunately, there's no way to really know what you're getting online.
Currently the best bang-for-the-buck monitor you can buy!
Daniel C., Newegg
27 March 2012
Summary: I am very picky when it comes to image quality. I have two Dell U2311s at home and needed two more for work. The U2311 has been discontinued so I had to look elsewhere. Low and behold I find this inexpensive eIPS panel by Viewsonic.
Pros: Very inexpensive for an IPS panel. Excellent image quality and good colors. Zero dead pixels, no bleeding, something rare for a backlit LED panel. Easy to set-up. Very light weight. Good power consumption.
Cons: Wish there was a height adjustment. Only DVI and D-Sub connections (no HDMI, no Display Port).