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Pros: Device came well packed, it would have survived rough treatment by shipper. Very easy to install, the stand just snapped in place without tools.
Excellent picture quality, I am using the Multimedia preset mode without further customization. Otherwise no customization, I did not install the software.
The pixels are about as noticeable as on my previous (23.6 inch) monitor.
Cons: None I can see.
Other Thoughts: Comes with display port and VGA cables. No DVI cable, I cannot put that down as a con since the product description said so.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: LG 32LN5300 32" Class 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV
Pros: Very good picture, standard color somewhat on the cool side, which I like. The screen can be watched from wide angles, almost like an IPS panel. The speakers are loud and clear, at least for voice, which I care about. Works well as TV set and PC monitor.
Cons: The HDMI connection to a PC produces overscan, unusual for flat panel screens. It was easily corrected using the Intel HD3000 control panel by adjusting the aspect ratios. Cinema mode also corrects it, but it changes the color temperature. I gave it 5 eggs since I could easily correct the overscan.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Has fan to cool hard drive. Fan speed adjustable to low noise level, it appears the hard drive itself is noisier than the fan at low speed. Enclosure looks fairly good, it doesn't look out of place on my desk. Operation with e-sata works fine. Windows 7 Pro and Ubuntu 12.04 are functional. I am using a 3TB Toshiba disk.
Cons: USB 3 connection is not consistently recognized. I tried it with 2 PCs, Windows 7 Pro and Ubuntu 12.04. It recognizes a 2105 device, but the disk is not always useable.
With e-sata the blue light is permanently on, not flashing when disk is doing I/O (with USB, when it works, the blue LED flashes when there is disk activity).
Considering the price of the unit, a RMA is not cost effective. In particular since e-sata is working satisfactorily.