- 1920 x 1080 5ms
- ACM 100,000,000:1 (1000:1)
- D-Sub, DVI
- $169.99 –
- $7.59 Shipping (restrictions apply)
Nice Monitor; good value 01/05/2012
Nice, clean, chear, sharp display. 1900 x 1280 resolution. No dead pixels. Good color; several color "modes" to choose from.
Came with DVI & VGA cable.
Monitor clicks positively into its mount, which has a nifty thumbscrew device that locks into the base.
Wonderful amount of display area.
Settings interface & buttons are a little hard to use. Instructions in User manual are somewhat less than clear. Not much of a con, since once it's setup, it's not necessary to go back into the menu again.
Power cable includes a brick. This is a smallish, light brick, but it would have been nice to know in advance.
It was a little difficult to get the monitor mounted on the stand. Contrary to the quick setup instructions, we had to mount the collar onto the back of the monitor FIRSt, then place this into the stand.
The straight-in DVI cable sort-of defeats the purpose of the slimline design. It would be nice to have a 90-angle DVI cable (if they even exist), to go along with the slim profile of this unit.
In a Linux OS, it might be necessary to edit a config file to reflect the Horiz & Vert settings, and the 1900 x 1280 resolution. But it looks beautiful once the monitor settings were specified. This is running just beautiful under Debian Lenny.
We'll see how long this lasts. The monitor it replaced (same MFR) lived just about 3 years from date of manufacture.
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