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No HDMI Cable
Matte Finish screen (Anti-Glare)
LG brand (They invented IPS screens)
Cons: None, perfect in every sense.
Other Thoughts: First my pet peeve. Why do so many people complain about wobbly monitors stands? What are you doing to your desk to make it fall over all of the time? I mean the monitor just sits there to never be moved once placed and adjusted to your like liking. It shouldn't even wobble unless you fall on your desk repeatedly.
Second, Pet peeve. Why do people make so many complaints on a low budget item missing features? I mean if you want these extra features then you shouldn't be buying the cheapest monitor you can find. Look for the monitor with the features you want and pay the extra instead of buying low features with things missing that you want.
Lastly, Thank you LG for making a no frills monitor for an economical price that has IPS image quality for us people on a budget and don't need the extra features, or care if a monitor stand can't withstand an earthquake.
Seemed like the perfect hackintosh board, but no digital video signals. Only a single VGA port that is incompatible with OSX.
Cons: Not really a con, but beware. No Digital Video
Other Thoughts: Seems useless with all monitors going digital.
But if you don't need digital video, this should be fine. and the right price.
Pros: Blazing fast for emachine
Cons: None at all for a dual core
Other Thoughts: I bought this with an Asus Z97M-Plus with 16gb ram with my old GTX-650Ti and this thing is fast. It's mostly an emachine, but it games on medium settings at 1080p just fine.READ FULL REVIEW
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