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Pros: The clarity of this screen is literally hard to beat.
The menu controls are touch sensitive and apparently far superior to the so-called "JOG" button on the S23C570 and S24C570 and others like them.
Cons: This monitor could have a height adjustment and it would be better. I had to put the monitor on a 3 inch block to raise it up.... small problem so no stars off.
Other Thoughts: I started to buy a S23C570h but I asked ... where are the menu controls? It turns out that they were in a 5 position JOG button underneath the center.
QUOTE: "Problem three - no power button/switch. In fact, no buttons or switches at all. Oh, they have a 'JOG button', which drives a menu to do things (you push the wobbly button in different directions like a micro joystick), including turning the monitor off. Honestly, why would anyone want to push up on a wobbly button on the underside of the monitor to try to turn the monitor off as an option in a menu. Give me a simple power button, any day. I like to turn the power off when finished to help control energy usage and the life length of my hardware. This is a major disappointment." --end of quote.
THIS IS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY THIS 22C300 Monitor.!
The controls are "slick" and you will love them as much as the screen.
Pros: Colors are rich and beautiful.
Text and pictures are clear and sharp.
Frame is more solid than expected
The menu controls are neat.
Cons: None. The long term reliability is unknown.
Other Thoughts: The unpublished pixel pitch is .248mm. I was worried about this being so fine but it turns out great. Checked all pixels with "Dead Pixel Buddy" and everything perfect in all colors.
My previous monitor is a Viewsonic 1280x1020. So I used the convenient "Desktop OK" program to move the Icons to their proper places on the left and right side with one click. The Menu controls are extremely sensitive. The monitor came with Brightness at 100% and I had to turn it down to 75%. I can't believe how good this monitor looks even with just analog D-sub input. I have HDMI cables but they are not necessary.
This review is from: Team C123 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Model TC123332GC01
Pros: I liked the size and the style and when it worked it was fast.
Cons: Dead after 3 weeks
Other Thoughts: When I received this C123 flash drive 3 weeks ago, my intention was to load WINDOWS TO GO on the drive, so I reformated to NTFS. It comes with FAT32. Although WTG would not load, there appeared to be nothing wrong with the drive. So I decided to use it just for data. I put about 15gb on it from my data drive. It worked ok for 3 weeks but then it would not read on any of my computers. Said it needed to be formated. So I sacrificed the data and reformated to FAT32 erasing all the data.... it formated to 100%, but it WOULD NOT COMPLETE THE FORMAT. I tried everything; Windows Disk Management says 28.88 GB "Healthy", but still it will not complete a format. It is useless.!!! I gave it the one egg report.READ FULL REVIEW