Pros Low price, bright and vibrant colors, aesthetically pleasing case, a great choice for most users
Cons Difficult to fine-tune settings to get the picture just right, no DVI input
Summary The 191A is a great monitor for most users. Text is great, colors are vibrant, and I found the price to be great for the monitor size. I was upgrading from a tank of a CRT monitor, the Sony E400 19", so I won't even talk about the deskspace I saved with the 191A. Before getting the 191A, I was looking at the 19" Sony HS95P with XBrite, which at the time was over $500. I always want the best when it comes to electronics, and I am loyal to Sony even though my wallet wishes otherwise, but I figured if the 191A looked anything like one of Sharp's beautiful AQUOS LCD panels, then that will be good enough for me.
I'm not a big gamer by any means, but Call of Duty 2 and Far Cry look excellent on the 191A. Movies do however leave me wishing for more. Anything that should be a dark grey color will appear straight black, so you'll have to do some playing with the settings if you want to watch movies filmed in low light. The speakers are weak but nothing less than what you would expect from built-in speakers. If you're worried about sound so much, get some standalone speakers anyway!
The base is heavy and very solid, and overall the monitor is very well built. My monitor came with no dead pixels, and I've had it for almost two years now with no change.
Pros Bright and crisp display necessary for detailed work. Very fast.
Cons Have not found one yet.
"Good quality at a reasonable price. No Dead pixels. Very good for gaming. Low 16ms response time."on
Pros Image quality is good and monitor is easy to adjust quality. Very good response time 16msec. Excellent monitor for gamers. No dead pixels that I can detect.
Cons No DVI connection.