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Sharp display but you get what you pay for.
on 22 August 2011
I bought this to replace an older monitor in my digital video editing set up, I had hoped to use this as my new video preview monitor due to its size and resolution, however when I got it hooked up I realised it could in no way compete with the colour quality and black depth of my current preview monitor. It didn't really matter to me as I used it instead to replace my main monitor which was the old out dated one. It also has a very restricted viewing angle, you have to be sitting pretty much in front of it to stop the colours inverting.
However, on the plus side it's 1920x1080 resolution delivers very crisp images and for general PC use where colour and black reproduction doesn't matter as much it's perfect. But the most attractive thing I found about this monitor was the price, there aren't many other options out there that offer full HD resolution with a screen size over 20" for less than £100.
I also like the appearance of the monitor, it's a simple un-obtrusive professional looking design with no silly multi functional touch sensitive control, just a series of inconspicuous practical buttons. Then stand also has the ability to tilt, a function not always present in cheaper monitors I've found.
Conclusion, a decent monitor as long as you always remember it was under £100.