Excerpt: When LCD screens were first introduced they were plagued by many problems, but they also had some advantages over CRT monitors. LCD's were lighter, thinner, and used less power. And so they caught on and the technology incrementally improved. Early generations were limited to lower resolutions, tight viewing angles, really slow response times, and they carried a hefty price tag. The screen size was also limited because of the early production technology.
Pros: Remarkable 1920x1080 AUO panel, 8ms response time, little to no ghosting, Clean sharp look, ATSC/QAM Tuner, VGA and DVI PC inputs, Great price and value
Cons: Short included cables, Average speakers, Limited number of HDMI and component inputs, Non-adjustable stand