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Pros: Cheap and it works mostly.
Cons: The best viewing is with it centered above eye level with it slightly tilted backwards at a distance of ~24". Closer, lower or flat it looks washed out. No amount of adjustment could make it look better.
Other Thoughts: I had an odd issue with a border appearing around the screen edge. With the AOC set to 1920x1080 the size of the border varied with the other monitors screen resolution. I had this thing hooked to 4 different computers to verify this. 1st- 1280x1024 primary & AOC 1920x1080 secondary had the widest border of ~1" on each side. 2nd - AOC 1920x1080 primary and 1856x1392 secondary had a thin border of ~.25" on each side. 3rd - 1920x1080 primary and AOC 1920x1080 secondary had no border. 4th - 1920x1080 primary and AOC 1920x1080 secondary & 800x600 third had no border. In the first two cases the color was also horrid. Refresh rate in all cases was 60Hz. The input (DVI, VGA) selected didn't seem to make any difference either. I have two f these and they both behave similarly. I wish I'd have spent the $20 bucks each more and got a ASUS 23.6" on sale with a rebate.READ FULL REVIEW