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Pros: It is wireless. It is rechargeable.
Cons: It is Panasonic - quality is questionable. The Lead cable is deteriorating. The outer protective sheath is like a dry rotten plastic - crumbles in your hand creating a shorting hazard.
Other Thoughts: Not bad for at least three/four yearsREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Displayport connection was a must. Good quality picture on both (purchased two (may buy another to replace the Dell that is my center monitor)). Had to fidget with my video card driver to get eyefinity working, but there was Google to help with that.
Games look unbelievable at 5760 x 1080
Cons: Had to make the Displayport monitor the leftmost monitor and primary display (I think it is my video card's fault Radeon 5850 has been known to have voltage issues on Displayport?). Not taking an egg off for a video card issue.
Other Thoughts: Will likely buy one more for the center monitor and hand the older Dell to my mom (she is still using an older 4:3 LCD). Upgrade video card later.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Installed in motherboard and case with ease. ATI drivers installed without a hitch.
Game performance is dramatic compared with my previous card (2600xt 512 ddr4). Serious Sam HD detects graphics and memory as "Ultra". Even older games like Titan Quest are ultra smooth (no jerky frames).
Cons: Massive, longer than the 2600xt that it replaced (not much of a 'con').
Other Thoughts: Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3R
Intel dual core E8400 (not overclocked - yet)
This video card
4GB GSkill DDR2 800
haven't gotten rid of my Sony 19" monitor; running 1600x1200 and awesome color and response
It will be sad to get rid of it and replace it with a flat panel.