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Pros: 144 Hz is such a significant jump from a standard 60 Hz monitor. I was skeptical at first, and was debating between this 24" @ 144 Hz or a 27" @ 60 Hz. I made the right choice. Games are liquid smooth, even when running at lower framerates. You will really be able to tell the difference, and after going 144 Hz it is difficult to return to a 60 Hz display.
Apart from the 144 Hz, the monitor itself is gorgeous. The stand is solid and well-designed.
Cons: Bezel of the monitor itself is thick, not thick enough to knock off an egg.
Other Thoughts: This monitor is the center display in my triple-header setup. The outer two monitors are 23.5" ASUS 60 Hz monitors.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 1 ms response time rocks for gaming
Ultra-thin bezel, great for multi-screen setups
Lightweight, great for mounting
Price is competitive
Cons: *Speakers are as good as you would expect from a monitor. Not great, but who cares.
Other Thoughts: Absolutely not worth knocking an egg off for the speaker quality; it's a monitor not a headset. Can hook up to an xbox or playstation to serve as a sound solution.
I've got two more of these on the way for a triple-monitor setup. Can't wait.
This review is from: Crucial M500 CT240M500SSD1 2.5" 240GB SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
Pros: This thing rocks. What's not to love, 240gb of solid state memory. Replaced a 7200rpm hdd in my Dell Vostro 3500, and the performance difference is staggering. This SSD gave my laptop new life.
Cons: Paid 120$ for it on sale, but you can easily find 240/256gb solid states for closer to 100$. Crucial is a good brand so I don't feel too bad for paying a little extra.READ FULL REVIEW