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Pros: This monitor does have good crisp imaging.
1080p is a plus as always. Dual HDMI's is nice.
Got it for only $150!
For the price i got it for, it is a pretty good monitor.
upgrade from a nice 21", but decided it's time for a larger monitor, and got this for a steal during the black friday deals.
Came with 0 dead pixels. Luminance equal all around.
Cons: The colors arent the greatest coming from a 21" excellently colored monitor. REALLY have to mess with setting to get it to be somewhat similar to the old 21"er.
Other Thoughts: Overall, I'd recommend it. Just not at full retail $300.
This monitor I think is worth a good $200-$240.
Pros: Was good at first.
Cons: This thing has been constantly dropping connections on both the 2.4/5.0 GHz bands every hour. At first I thought it was the router, but I tested it on my older router, same issues. Even with uninstalling drivers completely and from registry. And yhen reinstalling with only the latest, but same issues. And it also will NOT pick up AC whatsoever. Drivers are not the best, even the newest from Intel. .READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: These have been running rock solid since summer of 2012, The heatsinks didn't move a budge when I got them and are still intact. Good speeds, and keeps nice and cool. And I got em for $43!
Cons: $90 freaking dollars for 8gb? WTH? Giving 4 eggs for ridiculous price rise in memory.READ FULL REVIEW