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Pros: It can be quite bright. And the contrast is relatively good. There is no motion blur when watching DVDs. It's a good small HD TV. HDMI & DVI.
Cons: It has a glossy screen; not a nice matte, anti-glare one. The screen has just a little bit of flicker that you can see (like a CRT) when your eyes get tired because of looking at it for a long time. The I-INC LCD monitor I had before this one never looked like that even after twelve hours of work; although this screen is passable for use a length of time, I do not recommend it for a monitor.
Other Thoughts: I'm going to sell it and buy an I-INC, Acer, LG, or Samsung with anti-glare (matte) screen.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Still works in a Linux computer reliably (but that computer is built entirly from non-functioning parts) and select XP computers most of the time.
Cons: Dosn't work in most computers reliably.
Other Thoughts: Lifetime Warranty, so I'm returning them because I need that ram back on my editing machine.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: They have blue heat sinks and great statistics!
Cons: DOA. Didn't even work on a Linux computer that is currently using RAM that died in a Windows computer.
Other Thoughts: I'll update if I get a good set on the return.READ FULL REVIEW