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Pros: Nice 144hz refresh rate, viewing angels aren't as bad as they used to be on a TN panel.
Cons: The "very" matt finish made everything look like pixelated junk, the brightness is just sad, Gsync doesn't feel / look any different than 120hz / 144hz. This is worth about half what they ask.
Other Thoughts: Returned to MC where I purchased it and kept my Benq 32' AHVA.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fantastic color, great response time for a non TN, perfect resolution for the size, no dead pixels, no light bleed, touch controls on the bezel work perfectly, remote is great, solid stand that raises up really high, great materials. The speakers are actually not bad at all, I use them for my Xbone gaming.
Other Thoughts: I've had many monitors and Benq has been the only company to always deliver a perfect product. The cost is a tough pill to swallow but it should last you as long as you desire and it delivers on every front. Gotta pay to play!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This laptop looks great and the sound is very nice. It comes with a great processor, ram and gfx card. They don't note it but this model does include the portable dvd drive. It runs cool and quiet. Very skinny and light.
Cons: The screen is just as awful as everyone else has said. The hdd is also VERY slow and loaded down with bloatware.
Other Thoughts: In the end you are getting what you paid for with this laptop. sacrifices have to be made somewhere for it to be priced so cheap. I just wish the screen could at least compare to my daughters $400 Asus. Yes.... it's that bad. Not just because it's a TN panel but because it is a VERY cheap TN panel. Any angle at all will distort the already dim picture.READ FULL REVIEW