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Pros: Great LCD for the price.
Cons: I use the neo-flex ultra stand with all my monitors. Unfortunately the simple act of removing the base VOIDS the warranty!! One of the screws that secures the base has a sticker over it that states the warranty is void if broken. In my opinion this is a ridiculous stipulation. Removing the base does nothing to affect the overall functionality of the monitor. I will NEVER buy from Hanns-G again.
Other Thoughts: NOTE: If you plan on adding your own stand the warranty will be VOID.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ASUS VW195T-P Black 19" 5ms Widescreen LCD Monitor 300 cd/m2 2000 :1 ASCR
Pros: Price and picture quality. Not a dead pixel.
Cons: None, it's an ASUS what else do you need to know?
Other Thoughts: I'm not a gamer by any means so I can't speak to that. But, for normal everyday use this LCD id an excellent value. Lots of screen real estate for a great price with an incredibly crisp and clear picture.
Asus has never let me down and I've been using their products for years. Maybe I'm lucky but I like to think they're just a great company.
If you're running Ubuntu and the resolution is incorrect make sure you have an internet connection then simply go to [ System - Administration - Hardware Drivers ] and install the restricted nvidia driver. Piece of cake.
Pros: Small, sleek and relatively quick. High definition video for the htpc crowd. A sudo dual core for a really low price.
Cons: Audio port on the front only? I know you could go through hdmi but not everyone is buying this for a home theater.
Windows XP junk edition. On initial boot this little boy was being strangled by windows and the multitude of pre-installed, bloated, junk software.
Other Thoughts: Got this for my aunt as a replacement for her ancient desktop. Loaded 64bit Ubuntu and noticed and incredible difference. This little rig is perfect for casual web surfing, email and other basic tasks most average people do.
Give Linux a try, it's not as complicated as you have been told. In particular give Ubuntu a try. Your computer will thank you.