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This review is from: ViewSonic VA2246M-LED Black 21.5'' 5ms Widescreen LED Backlight LCD 16:9 Full HD 1080P Monitor, , 250 cd/m2 1000:1 (typ.) / 10,000,000:1 (Dynamic), DVI/D-Sub, Built-in Speakers, VESA mountable
Pros: Great quality no dead pixels, bright.
Cons: No DVI cable, this actually proved crucial and subsequently really annoying since I needed to use an active converter to get three displays out of my video card as apposed to the passive HDMI to DVI converter using an HDMI Cable.
There are three reasons this is kind of obscene, the cables are cheap, the quality of the display implies that you will use something other than VGA and because DVI is most commonly used to connect displays.
Pros: Its a good quality camera for the price.
Cons: It doesn't come with a POE injector, I had one that I thought might work but it doesn't. The one I had came with a 40 dollar AP, I would expect this to have one given how expensive it is, and how cheap the injectors are. Its just annoying that it doesn't.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Its about the best machine I could find at the four hundred dollar price mark for a sub 4lb laptop. There is nothing great about this laptop, its pretty basic, but it has nice features to it, such as the ability to add an mSata drive, the keyboard is easy to learn and well balanced, The touchpad is expansive and programmable.
Cons: Single Channel memory, there is only one slot and since, kind of defeats the purpose of the trinity graphics config. The screen isn't very bright but it actually makes it easier tread text, like the ereaders.
Other Thoughts: This machine is very basic and cheap, which makes it a good candidate for a college student, particularly because they get stolen some times. If you are looking for simple functionality in a lighter laptop. I did a good deal of research, this is the best I could come up with at this time.READ FULL REVIEW