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Pros: nice design, nice color options, usb 3.0 front panel connectors, includes 3 large fans and fan controller
Cons: gap on front panel plastic is somewhat big, fan grills don't have good dust filter.
Other Thoughts: it could use even more color options. top of the case is not flat so can't place items on it. also i get noise through front panel audio out connector that i haven't diagnosed as software, mobo, front panel problem.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Good static image quality and all the good things about IPS, has DVI, has audio over DisplayPort, nice fully adjustable stand. Only slight light bleed / IPS glow from bottom left. Huge discount when I got it. Supports 76Hz refresh rate via EDID override (for ATI & NV gfx cards).
Cons: Shows noticeable inverse ghosting (overshoot) presumably due to pixel overdrive too high.
When dragging a window around, dark text on light background will show a bright trailing shadow. Also shows in panning scenes in videos, and in game scenes such as dark silhouette moving against light sky or background.
Tried different computers through different ports and 50Hz-76Hz refresh rate and all showed same problem. Pixel overdrive can't be turned off, not even in the hidden service menu, which can be reached by holding down the left most button while turning monitor on, then open regular menu, and move up into the new "F" menu.
Other Thoughts: My unit also had dirt at 150px left, 980px down, about 3x2 pixels big between back light and screen so I'm hoping for a replacement that wouldn't have the inverse ghosting problem, as I do like everything else about this monitor. Also don't expect too much of monitor integrator speakers.
Last thought: manufacturers should have decently priced 16:10 and especially 1600p monitors like 5 years ago. Desktop monitors are at an awkward price peak over small 4K TVs and high resolution laptops/tablets/portables.