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I am using this monitor with a nvidia gtx 960 and had problems with screen tearing due to the 60hz limit. I found out I could go into the nvidia control panel and 'overclock' the max refresh rate, I managed to get to a stable 75Hz and the screen tearing has noticeably reduced making games more playable. Check youtube f… see more I am using this monitor with a nvidia gtx 960 and had problems with screen tearing due to the 60hz limit. I found out I could go into the nvidia control panel and 'overclock' the max refresh rate, I managed to get to a stable 75Hz and the screen tearing has noticeably reduced making games more playable. Check youtube for how to overclock a monitor :) see less I am using this monitor with a nvidia gtx 960 and had problems with screen tearing due to the 60hz limit. I found out I could go into the nvidia control panel and 'overclock' the max refresh rate, I managed to get to a stable 75Hz and the screen tearing has noticeably reduced making games more playable. Check youtube for how to overclock a monitor :)
By Amazon Customer on 09 April 2016
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Yes, they use VESA-75. I currently have two of them on a desk mounted dual monitor stand
By Matthew T. on 20 November 2013
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Yes it has a UK power lead/socket. And the rim around the screen is black and the back. But the base and control panel at the bottom of the screen is silver/chrome.
By Kirk F. on 29 November 2014
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apparently it does have an audio input and headset output
By Pongo on 05 August 2015
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This does indeed! It has two HDMI ports, one of which (off the top of my head - I haven't tried this feature yet) supports MHL, for mirroring and charging your phone simultaneously. For anyone else reading this, it also has a DisplayPort input (which was super handy for me since it meant I didn't have to purchase an ac… see more This does indeed! It has two HDMI ports, one of which (off the top of my head - I haven't tried this feature yet) supports MHL, for mirroring and charging your phone simultaneously. For anyone else reading this, it also has a DisplayPort input (which was super handy for me since it meant I didn't have to purchase an active DisplayPort adapter to connect a third screen), a DVI input*, VGA input and a 3.5mm audio input (and output for audio passthrough - no reaching under the desk to plug in headphones).
*This screen does not have a DVI port. I edited my answer to include that after reading another answer, but I was skeptical as I couldn't remember seeing one. I checked just now out of curiosity after seeing a DVI cable in my draw, and sure enough it doesn't have one. see less
This does indeed! It has two HDMI ports, one of which (off the top of my head - I haven't tried this feature yet) supports MHL, for mirroring and charging your phone simultaneously. For anyone else reading this, it also has a DisplayPort input (which was super handy for me since it meant I didn't have to purchase an active DisplayPort adapter to connect a third screen), a DVI input*, VGA input and a 3.5mm audio input (and output for audio passthrough - no reaching under the desk to plug in headphones).
*This screen does not have a DVI port. I edited my answer to include that after reading another answer, but I was skeptical as I couldn't remember seeing one. I checked just now out of curiosity after seeing a DVI cable in my draw, and sure enough it doesn't have one.

By Joseph A. on 16 November 2014
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Unfortunately, it does not.
By Marcin on 12 September 2015
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Yes, I use it for my computing applications
By Matthew T. on 13 May 2014
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Yes, without any issues, simply use the HDMI, VGA D-sub or Display port output from your laptop. Within windows go to Control panel > Display > Change Display setting and setup the secondary monitor, choose either extend (this is the most common setting) or duplicate which will create a clone of your laptop screen.
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Yes, without any issues, simply use the HDMI, VGA D-sub or Display port output from your laptop. Within windows go to Control panel > Display > Change Display setting and setup the secondary monitor, choose either extend (this is the most common setting) or duplicate which will create a clone of your laptop screen.
If your laptop has a DVI output port then use this over the D-SUB for an improved image quality, simply purchase a DVI to HDMI adapter or lead. see less
Yes, without any issues, simply use the HDMI, VGA D-sub or Display port output from your laptop. Within windows go to Control panel > Display > Change Display setting and setup the secondary monitor, choose either extend (this is the most common setting) or duplicate which will create a clone of your laptop screen.
If your laptop has a DVI output port then use this over the D-SUB for an improved image quality, simply purchase a DVI to HDMI adapter or lead.

By Raymond on 28 July 2014
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I think its a bit tinny! But to be honest I have two of them and set close to a wall, so I don't think I am giving them a chance.
I would tend to use headphones myself anyway.

By glenn on 18 April 2014
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Yes the monitor is wall mountable with vesa 100x100. There are four appropriate threaded screw holes on the back of the monitor.
By Kester on 19 October 2016