"Best Quality-Price ratio"5.0 starson by JDtobe
Pros: Ergonomically superior, comes with digital cable, functionally robust and at just over $200, it is unmatched
Cons: Kind of shaky when adjusting or when neighbors play really loud bass. Harder to see at angles.
Summary: Aesthetically pleasing with a thin frame bordering the screen, thin in depth, and space-saving base size.
Functionally amazing: The screen turns and swivels in more than enough ways. Particularly useful is the ability to turn it 90 degrees into a vertical screen to view longer text documents and websites. It also makes it easy to reach cable ports. Lots of USB ports located at various parts of the computer to ensure easy access.
Picture quality is great for a $220 17" screen. Can't get better than this without tacking on a couple hundred dollars.
Currently using my company-provided ThinkVision monitor, which is also great. Had the Dell shipped to the office so I could compare side by side. ThinkVision has a much sturdier yet larger base, rotates more, and is easier to view at angles. It takes up a lot more space due to big base and 1+ inch frame around the sides. Dell buttons and menu are much easier to use. Dell takes up less space. Picture quality difference is negligible. ThinkVision only rotates in one direction, so the Dell's ability to become vertical is unmatched. No USB ports on the ThinkVision and cable ports are much harder to access.
Bought the Dell based on much research and review reading.
Bottom Line, The Quality-price ratio is unmatched.