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Pros: 23 Inches, very bright, excellent color when you get one that works. HDMI, DVI, and VGA inputs. The refresh time is very quick and had a very nice thin design.
Cons: Bad blue hue, HDMI is junk, randomly flash black.
I wanted a quad 23" setup and first got 4 of these manufacturer refurbished. I set it all up DVI and come to find out that 2 are extremely blue in color and hurts the eyes while the other was less blue and the 4th a nice white.
I returned the 3 and kept the one with nice white color and turned around and got 3 new ones. When they arrived I set them all up again and found that all three had an even bluer tint and 2 had a completely washed out area. I tried using different input modes only to find that the HDMI input makes the image look horrid and washed out like a white sheet is in front of the screen. Even on the one good one I had.
I figured maybe they would get more white after time but after a day the three began to randomly go black for about 3 seconds and then come back on and that was it for me.
After going through 7 different monitor only to have 1 that is in usable condition I decided to go with Samsung.
Other Thoughts: Acer is usually a pretty good company, but I guess there LED LCD monitors are still kinda in infant stages and dont always work as they should. I have some normal LCD monitors of theirs that work excellent. I would stay away until the technology improves.READ FULL REVIEW