Pros Good Contrast, HD Support, Good Viewing Angle, Price, Low Power Consumption, Built In Speakers
Cons no hdmi cord included
Summary I purchased the product based on ratings found on newegg.com and am satisfied with the led style back lighting and the overall form and function of the monitor. It get's the job done. Bought on buy.com for 144 dollars.
Pros Easy setup - I plugged in to my Dell laptop's VGA port and the monitor automatically set itself up for full 1920x1080 resolution without my intervening.
Picture is clear, bright, sharp characters, even on analog signal @ hi-res, almost looks digital
Cons No cons to report
Summary Very good value and quality for an LED monitor - made me a believer in LED monitors, my next HDTV will be LED because of this monitor.
"dissapointing"on by anthanog1
Pros cheap, well packed, good general picture
Cons screen control very confusing
Summary purchased today 9sept 2011. Test prior to removing plastic - perfect. Later test showed bright prixel very close to centre of screen. Purchased from local supplier who had 2 reveiws one of which also had a faulty pixel. for me this is unaceptable if it isnt working perfectly it is not fit for purpose. The documentation says that faulty single pixcels are acceptable, I refute this and will be trying to return it. The screen controls seem to be very confusing and whats the good of a volume increase and brightness decrease only buttons? Lucky I can control the screen from software. The default definition settings also give very poor quality image I set mine to 1920 by 1080.
Pros LED backlit, price, size, DVI and HDMI
Cons Bleeds light in the corners and along the right edge. It is not all the way around and 98% of the picture is sharp so it's certainly tolerable. It's just not what I expected.
Summary Somewhat disappointed. The picture might be better with a DVI or HDMI connection, but I don't think that will fix the light bleeding in the corners. I may return it for a Samsung or Viewsonic. However, the price is still very good for a 22" monitor and N.E. shipped it free. The Sammy would cost $30-40 more. Not sure it would be worth that.