"Reviewer is wrong on many levels."4.0 starson by b_baggins
Pros: Fantastic display quality, ambient light sensor.
Cons: None worth mentioning.
Summary: The reviewer gets many technical details wrong on the review. One, you can connect the display to any computer with a DVI port using a mini displayport to DVI adapter, available at numerous outlets, including the Apple store. Two, on a Mac, you have advanced color calibration tools via the Display system preferences that allow you to adjust luminosity curves, gamma, white point, etc. Three, font appearance has nothing to do with screen coating, but rather the quality of the display. Four, saying that cheaper monitors have more features is misleading. More features like a charging port, ambient light sensor, high quality speakers, built in microphone, and camera? Oh. wait. I doesn't. But it does have more connection ports and a card reader. So the reviewer basically thinks that more features means features a Dell has that an Apple doesn't, but features an Apple has, but a Dell doesn't aren't really features at all.
So, to sum up, if you want a monitor that has a card reader and can plug into your ancient VGA port, buy an $1100 dell. If you want a display with speakers, ambient light sensor and amazing display qualities and have a machine with a DVI port, buy the Apple display and a $30 adapter and save yourself $70