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This review is from: P3 Kill A Watt Electricity Load Meter and Monitor
Pros: Easily tells me the wattage my device is using. It updates every second, so you can tell how much energy it uses when idling as well as under load.
Cons: There is no way to view or save the information it collects. This can be a little tricky if your electrical socket is in a hard to read place or is hidden by furniture if you want to read it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Plug and play. No drivers needed.
Other Thoughts: Remember, not all DVI to HDMI adapters transmit audio with the video. If you want something capable of that, it will usually be specified in the description and are typically more expensive.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: • It's IPS, which is the main reason I bought it.
• LED backlight
• VGA, DVI, and HDMI input capable.
• Very thin bezel.
• Glossy (which can be a pro or con, depending on the situation and person).
Cons: • Stand is a little wobbly. When you screw in the stand, make sure to use a real screw driver rather than twisting it by hand to make it more secure.
• There is no way to adjust gamma using the monitor buttons, so you need to use software (ex. NVIDIA control panel, AMD Catalyst Control Center) to do that.
• Startup screen when turning on the monitor is around seven seconds long.
Other Thoughts: Bear in mind, this has a glossy screen, which has pros and cons. As I discovered, just because you like glossy screens on a tablet, smartphone, laptop, or TV does not mean you will like glossy screens on a computer monitor. For me personally, I really need to be in room without windows for the benefits of glossy to outweigh the cons.READ FULL REVIEW