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This review is from: HP Desktop PC DC7900 Core 2 Duo 3.0 GHz 4 GB 1 TB HDD Windows 7 Professional 64-Bit
Pros: My unit came with both 32-bit and 64-bit disks for Windows 7. I used the 32-bit because I have old software that I still need to be able to run, and the Windows emulators don't seem to work well running them. Has display port.
Cons: Although smaller than some units, it's still pretty clunky. Very hard to get the power supply in and out. You have to do it just right. I upgraded to an SSD drive, very speedy.
Other Thoughts: I would recommend it to people wanting an inexpensive computer to run old software on. It will upgrade to Windows 10---but I didn't want to lose the use of my old programs.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Very clear picture. I do a lot of work with text and have several monitors in various configurations. The clarity of text is so great that I can read three full word pages spread out horizontally without much difficulty. I have an hp E201, a TN panel, which is 1600x900, and it's okay, but in the same mode, text is fuzzy. I have gotten so I prefer to sit with this monitor attached to my laptop and do my work, rather than in front of my two 27 inch 2560 x 1440 monitors and 24 inch 1900 x 1200. Posture is better, the distance to the screen is cut in half, and the type is crystal clear. Colors are pretty good---very slight wash out compared to IPS panels. Very lightweight---four pounds.
Cons: The biggest con is that there is no VESA mount. Second biggest, no hdmi, but at least it has DVI.
Other Thoughts: Great monitor if you're looking for something small and portable, or have to fit a small space.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Very thin and relatively light, small bezel. Portable. Good picture.
Cons: Not quite as bright as I would like it (I believe it's an MVA panel). Only a brightness adjustment.
Other Thoughts: I bought this from Newegg a couple years ago when it was being dumped at $69 a panel! I believe this happened because at that time few had displayport and maybe the company decided it was just a blunder. Great deal! I bought two, in case my daughter busted the one I gave her. Now I think displayport is more common so the price has gone way up. Pretty good for travel, better in many ways than the AOC portables, although their usb-powered monitors are very convenient, not requiring a power block.READ FULL REVIEW