- 1920 x 1080
- D-Sub DVI
- 170°(H) / 160°(V)
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looks big-looks good 11/10/2009
Simple, no fuss setup. Control method A LOT more intuitive than my previous asus 19; actually a breeze. The 21.5" 1080P is a sweet spot, W/R to resolution, and desktop real estate. My 19 asus widescreen worked quite well as an ota HD telly, but it did not quite pass muster as a day-to-day monitor.
The VGA looks great, which is quite a feat. up to now my eyes had rebelled at the roughness of VGA.
no suggestion of funny pixels!!! No wall brick required! very straightforward shiny-black bezel; didn't even notice it after 5 min. Nice and light-weight. Either a better video card or my win-7 rig using DVI should get higher resolution, and I'll be happy to see what an upconverting DVD looks like on HDMI
Now running 1600X900 VGA but it looks GOOOD.
This has no audio, so the desk clutter will rise. (I use the computer as a telephone) 2-dvi+D-sub, and a Vesa mount is my ideal combo, but this is verrrrry inexpensive in exchange for those being missing.
Can't figure out what "fun" (on controls) is
Great-looking stand obtained from an old hard-plastic wastebasket, cut down to 2.5-3" tall. Do it *carefully* on a table saw. (Set blade lower than the actual cut for safety.) use a (borrowed?) router to cut a piece of 3/4 MDF to just the right diameter to slip in, set in with urethane glue or urethane setting caulk, finish with bondo & a good deal of sanding, plus a can of spray paint.
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