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NEC Display Solutions ASLCD24WMCX-BK Black 24" 5ms HDMI Widescreen LCD Monitor 400 cd/m2 1000:1 Built in Speakers w/ Component connector

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  • 1920 x 1200 5ms
  • 1000:1
  • D-Sub DVI HDMI
  • 178°(H) / 178°(V)

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Entertain your senses with the 24" NEC AccuSync LCD24WMCX, a flat-screen display designed to take your images and video to the ultimate plateau of amazement. This widescreen model is ideal for techno-savvy users looking for an enhanced visual experience with video games, streaming video, photo viewing and other applications that require jaw-dropping color and contrast or wide connectivity.

  • Wide-format screen provides a viewing area roughly the same as two smaller-sized LCD screens
  • Piano black glossy bezel adds a stylish appeal to your desktop
  • Remarkable brightness makes images and video jump off the screen with vivid realism

  • Learn more about the NEC Display Solutions ASLCD24WMCX-BK

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    • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
    • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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    • Joshua G.
    • 11/12/2014 5:14:33 PM
    • Ownership: more than 1 year
    • Verified Owner

    5 out of 5 eggsHas served me well for many years

    Pros: I've had this monitor since 2008 and it has served me well. It's been on one deployment to Iraq with me and through several moves. I primarily use it with my PC via a DVI connection, but have used it with my PS3 via HDMI as well. I use it to game on PC and it works great.

    Cons: The only con I have is that a few months ago, a 2-pixel wide vertical line appeared in the left half of the screen. Not sure what caused it, but I haven't been able to fix it. It doesn't bother me too much considering how long it's lasted, but at some point I'm going to trade it out for a new monitor.

    Other Thoughts: I'm not sure why I'm writing this review considering that they don't sell them anymore, but what the hey, why not.

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    • Ntxhaav Y.
    • 9/30/2014 4:08:18 PM
    • Ownership: more than 1 year
    • Verified Owner

    5 out of 5 eggsLoved it

    Pros: I bought this back in 2007 from NewEgg, it was actually to replace a higher end expensive model that got dropped on accident. I've used this baby for 7 years now and even shipped it across country from Wisconsin to Arizona when I moved. It has worked great all these 7 years up until these past few months.

    7 years and 0 dead pixels!!!

    Cons: Well this isn't really a con because it lasted so long, but the front panel buttons has started malfunctioning. The volume + button seems to keep pressing itself, this has been happening for the past few months. I don't even use the on board speakers so sudden bursts of volume isn't the issue. But the overlay that gets placed onto the middle of the screen frequently blocks things when I am reading, working, or gaming. This has become a huge nuisance! I have locked the monitor by activating the OSD lock, so now instead of "Volume ##" displaying, a HUD saying "OSD Locked" will show up. Just as frustrating as before lol!

    Other Thoughts: This monitor has been through alot with me and I am very impressed by the fact that there are no dead pixels on it after all this time. 7 years is a long time to have a monitor, and honestly if it wasn't for the front panel randomly touching itself activating the on screen overlay I would still be using it now. Probably end up using it till it refuses to turn on and all the fuses blow. It's reliable and NEC made a good impression with me on this product. I just wish I could easily open this monitor and disconnect the troublesome volume + button.

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    • Scott H.
    • 9/17/2013 10:22:14 AM
    • Ownership: more than 1 year
    • Verified Owner

    3 out of 5 eggsOkay for some things-unusable for others

    Pros: Nice pics and text when using the DVI input. So so for video.

    Cons: Unreadable text when using HDMI input. If use an adaptor to plug into HDMI on source and DVI-D on Monitor, then the prob goes away.

    Screen is way too bright.

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    • James H.
    • 4/25/2011 3:39:58 PM
    • Ownership: more than 1 year
    • Verified Owner

    3 out of 5 eggsGood viewing for the price, but unreiliable

    Pros: I found this monitor to be pretty much as advertised. While viewing at extreme angles isn't as good as head-on, I don't find it to be any problem. I have second higher quality monitor on the system for photo editing and use this one for dialogs. It's not bad, but not for photo editing.

    Cons: Out of the box I had problems with it spontaneously resetting occasionally, like once once every day or two. It took me a few weeks to even be sure it was happening and wasn't a cable issue. The DVI cable connection is cramped by the stand. Then I thouhgt it might be a Vista or driver issue with the screwy Vista driver requirements, but after several months it started resetting at least once a day and sometimes three or four times. The reset rate increased gradually to a few dozen times a day last week. NEC jumped me through the usual re-cabling hoops before they sent out a "refurbished" replacement second-day. That one was worse! It recognized I had a DVI cable plugged in, but then told me "No signal". I swapped them back and forth a few times, then jumped through the same hoops again with NEC using the replacement monitor. They are now sending me out another refurbished unit second-day.

    Other Thoughts: I've had half a dozen NEC monitors (and half a dozen other brands) over the last couple decades. I've had to replace two of them under warranty. The more expensive ones have been good, but the less expensive ones have given me grief. Allowing for industry standard exaggerations, I've found their monitors to be about as advertised.

    I've posted this review in case this monitor reappears in the inventory and because some folks check old reviews when buying used equipment. Caveat emptor.

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    4 out of 5 eggsWhats going on!?

    Pros: This is not a TN panel for one, it has a 178/178 viewing angle, and it is impossible for a TN panel to have a viewing angle over 170, and usually its 160/160, or 170/160 or 170/150. This clearly states in the specifications and I even researched the model # online, its 178/178. A TN panel would also not have the 400 cd/m2, and NO TN PANEL @ 24 INCHES COSTS THIS MUCH ONLY PVA PANELS DO. This may be a CPVA panel, which is no where near as nice as S-PVA. Maybe even MVA? I'm just trying to clear things up, its hit or miss with these panels, but I know too much about TN panels because I hate them and avoid them at all costs so I've researched them so thoroughly as to know every single little detail so I can always spot one through specifications when I can't see the panel in person.

    Cons: I'm not sure where people are getting the 160/150, 170/160 viewing angles, seems every person thinks this thing has a different viewing angle, yet not one person has listed the correct angle, which is stated in so many reviews for this model as 178/178. It must be a placebo type thing here, where they think its a bad viewing angle because they think its a TN so therefor they see a worse picture in their head? I don't know, I'm really stretching this because I can't seem to make sense of it. Did they happen to update this model and keep the same model number for some reason? Remember, no TN panel can have 178/178 viewing angle, and this does, so therefor its not a TN panel. Newegg, we're adults here, we're adults in order to buy, what is up with the insane word filter? Commonly used, non swear words are not even allowed, this is America and we're adults, what gives?

    Other Thoughts: NEC seems to be a bit behind in the LCD race, their housing looks like something from the original LCDs back in the day... LOL back in the day, for LCD... Time is flying.

    My main monitor is a DoubleSight 24 inch 1920x1200 S-PVA monitor with a 178/178 viewing angle. S-PVA is by far my absolute favorite. In my opinion its superior to S-IPS panels, H-IPS panels and maybe IPS Alpha panels. The contrast and color display totally rocks IPS's world! You will be drooling over the color depth, sharpness, and the vivid real world look to the images. Text is super super sharp. The DoubleSight company uses Samsung Panels as well, and Samsung is known for their incredible S-PVA panels. The monitor was 599.00 in December 2007. Dell is selling it now for 579. S-PVA monitors HOLD THEIR VALUE LIKE NONE OTHER! :) w00t is a w00t but a t00t for a h00t can't beat the w00t, won't eat the w00t and certainly can't stop the w00t. But it will worship the w00t. Kthx.

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    • Samuel A.
    • 11/3/2009 10:10:24 AM
    • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
    • Verified Owner

    4 out of 5 eggsGood Monitor

    Pros: Solid, consistent gamma & contrast. Generally uniform display

    Cons: Weak gamma and brightness for movies.

    Other Thoughts: Versatile inputs and professional packaging.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful. Did you? Yes No

    • Caner K.
    • 10/13/2009 12:12:40 PM
    • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
    • Verified Owner

    2 out of 5 eggsAnother cheap TN panel to avoid

    Pros: Intregrated speakers. Looks good.

    Cons: TN panel. The following are true for all TN panels, including this monitor: Very uncomfortable to use for text. Light leaks around the pixels. Colors shift violently as your viewing angle changes, dark becomes light, light becomes dark. Viewing angle is listed as 160-170 degrees, but in reality, it is more like 60 degrees max. Homogeneous view is impossible to achieve when you're looking at a 24" monitor from 2 or 3 feet away. 24" TN panels should not even be available for sale.

    Other Thoughts: Avoid at all costs. Spend a little more, and you can get a PVM or an IPS panel.

    15 out of 19 people found this review helpful. Did you? Yes No

    • TimeIPS I.
    • 5/26/2009 4:16:01 PM
    • Ownership: more than 1 year
    • Verified Owner

    3 out of 5 eggsTwo of three need repair in a year

    Pros: 3 year warranty

    Cons: I bought three of these for my office a year ago. After just a few weeks, one started having problems with colored lines jumping and wiggling all over the screen. Had to ship it in for replacement. Now, a second one has started having problems where the screen will flicker and jump, changing colors, turning red, and shimmering. I'll have to send it in too.

    Other Thoughts: Not impressed with the reliability, but the 3-year warranty is good.

    7 out of 7 people found this review helpful. Did you? Yes No

    • Donald H.
    • 2/24/2009 10:22:15 PM
    • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
    • Verified Owner

    3 out of 5 eggsSpend More Money - Much More

    Pros: Finding an acceptable monitor today is tough as quality has really gone down with the cheap TN panels which are grossly cartoonish looking, washed out, and even slight angle viewing is embarrassing distorted. What to do? This panel is the least expensive 24" that may even remotely be remotely acceptable. Not sure what panel type it is, but colors are accurate and realistic, text is marginal though.

    Cons: Cheap decor and stand, menus are poor. I still had to return this monitor for a more expensive IPS panel, but I also returned two others that were known TN panels and much worse yet (one was highly rated - $420) and both were a joke - literally!!!! Return shipping and restocking fees add up!!!

    Other Thoughts: Spend the money!!!! You have to spend more than you used to for a good 24" panel. TOTALLY AVOID TN panels, some times hard to determine from the specs, but they typically have <5ms response times, and viewing angles that are 160-170*. I have an older 24 Acer that is an S-PVA, very good. I now settled for an HP IPS panel (EXCEPTIONAL TEXT, colors can't be toned down quite enough, a little short on brightness/contrast). I recommend spending $1000+ on a 24" monitor, or go smaller. It's like speakers for your audio system where 1/2 price of system should be for the speakers - almost the same for your monitor.

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    • Michael S.
    • 2/22/2009 9:52:05 AM
    • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
    • Verified Owner

    5 out of 5 eggsExcellent!

    Pros: Great color and brightness!
    No dead/stuck pixels.

    Cons: It's weird but sometimes when there is an animated .gif on a webpage, if it's in a certain region of the screen, it sometimes affects the brightness of the rest of the display. It's like during some of the animations frames, it'll drop the brightness by 1 then go back to normal. Weird but not a deal breaker for me as it doesn't happen often.

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