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Pros: 1080p, ultra, no sweat. what more can you ask for? :)
Cons: fans begin to make noticeable noise during heavy load. if I were to compare, I'd say they sound like a quarter of what you hear when you burn/install a CD.
Other Thoughts: After reading the overflowing amount of reviews about artifacts, I was a bit hesitant. I gave it a go anyway because I personally like asus. results? no artifacts.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -nice packaging
-no dead pixels
Cons: -if anything, speakers. i mean, they aren't bad if you're ok w/o subs. but let's be real here..are any of us really buying this for the built-in speakers?
Other Thoughts: i upgraded from a 19", so there's a HUGE difference both physically and visually. i've read on many forums that 27" isn't as sharp and isn't easy on the eyes since it's too big. well, after going through it myself, i can tell you that those claims are quite inaccurate. i think there's still terrific sharpness to images, and really, as long as your face isn't up against your monitor, there's really no 'additional' strain to the eyes. you may want to lower the brightness, though. because this monitor can go BRIGHT (which is technically a good thing).
my conclusion is, unless you're EXTREMELY picky with visuals, and i mean, EXTREMELY. there's really no need to look any further. :)
Pros: Great speed, sleek look
Other Thoughts: I usually ignore dumb reviews, but seriously, kc, why in the world would you even leave a review? Let alone give 1 egg for your OWN mistake? "I should have looked a little closer as to what i was buying", yeah, you definitely should have, because both the title and pictures clearly point out that there's only one stick.READ FULL REVIEW