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Pros: I had bought this monitor as a pre-order, just before it came out. I am still using this monitor today, right now. I wouldn't want one any bigger or smaller. It's plays Blu-Ray DVD's in 1080P. I used to play World of Warcraft on it and it was fine, it will only give you 60Hz Refresh Rate, but was great for me since I've always had it hooked up though HDMI cable. I've had it for a few years now, don't really remember what year it came out to buy.
Knock on wood, still no dead pixels, it's used everyday for games, movies, TV shows, I paid $299.00 when it came out, I've seen it priced as lower and now I'm thinking about getting a 2nd. I'm sure there are now plenty out there that are alot better but for Windows, Blu-Ray, and games and web works Great for me. Me I like the HDMI input it's clear and love the HD movies/shows. It does have a audio jack on back for speckers or just go through your pc.
Cons: none for me.
Other Thoughts: Not really a con but I have a 2nd pc hooked to it by DVI and if I have both pc's on and change it to DVI, the HDMI takes over and won't stay on DVI. I have to shut down the pc that is hooked to HDMI with Windows 7 Pro to play the pc with DVI which is windows 8.1
Operating system don't matter it's just the pc running 8.1 don't have a Graphics card with HDMI and the monitor has only 1 HDMI port and 1 DVI port and a 1 VGA port.