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Pros: -High definition
- Matte Screen: This monitor sits perpendicular to a window that spends a great deal open so it gets a lot of light. I don't have to deal with glare which is a plus
-plenty of swivel and tilt options (i.e. vertical screen)
Cons: -16:9 Aspect ratio
I would have liked a more traditional (at least for monitors anyway) 16:10 screen but I won't hold it against it since I knew that going in.
Other Thoughts: This computer is actually in my living room. I don't use it as much as the rest of the family. again I do like the fact that the screen has an anti-reflective coating. I doesn't look as bright as my previous monitor but i honestly prefer the colors on this one.
I went ahead to lagom (dot) ln/lcd-test/ and was satisfied with the results. I didn't have to make any adjustments and the screen passed most tests with flying colors. There was mo ghosting (although some pixels were lost, apparently), the black levels were great; and it has a decent response time. With that said I don't intent to use this monitor for gaming, so I cannot tell for sure if that will be an issue for your Call of Duty matches online.
There was slight flickering in the 4a panel of the inversion test but most panels have that. Otherwise it was perfect (for the price which was $209.99)