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Pros: Large screen
bright enough to light an indoor garden or to use as a make shift tanning bed.
no stuck or dead pixels
Cons: no drivers past vista
Died one month after warranty expired
the internet is full of people trying to fix this monitor
the tcon board, capacitors, and backlight go bad very quickly
no replacement parts available
when alt+tabbing out of full screen apps the monitor freaks out and starts flashing.
sometimes refuses to detect a signal until power cycled multiple times.
very, very hot.
will degauss itself randomly for no reason
can't make up its mind whether it wants 59hz 60hz or 61hz.
randomly loses signal until unplugged and left sit for 30 seconds.
Other Thoughts: I wish I knew then what I know now.
Stay away from this monitor at all costs.
Thankfully it's discontinued.
Pros: Large, relitively cheap, chrisp, no ghosting, hdmi
Great for movies, gaming, and video/photo editing.
Plenty of room for multiple open windows.
Cons: WARRANTY LABEL ON THE FACE OF THE MONITOR!!!
Other Thoughts: Honestly my only gripe. What the heck were you guys thinking when you decided to put the "warranty void if removed" sticker right on the front of the monitor???
As soon as the warranty expired, off came the sticker.
Pros: a power surge came through our coax and fried the cable modem. it traveled through the ethernet to the router and the router sacrificed itself. in the process it saved 2 high end gaming pcs, a laptop, and a home server.
Other Thoughts: i owe you one linksys!READ FULL REVIEW
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