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Pros: Size, Price, Connections, IPS, response time, and good built in speakers.
Cons: Lack of support for 20:9 ratio on console gaming (I know, it's not made for that).
Has true color finder application for PC, but not enough display presets built into monitor itself.
Other Thoughts: I was looking for an alternative to Apples' Thunder monitors since I plan to switch to mac later this year. Had my sight set on an Asus monitor with similar specs when this display popped up in the suggestions one day. The price (Sale), connections, built in speaker review, and screen splitter w/ Mac compatibly stamp made me jump on this. I won't have my Mac for some time, so I'm not able to make a complete review. Flawlessly took the place of my dual screen setup in my living room! PS4 doesn't do 20:9, but I'm getting used to it and it still looks pretty good. Have it hooked up to Wife's Win 8 laptop for now, and it makes Windows 8 look good. The most important thing is when products drop in price like this it means it's on its way to being discontinued. Probably has something to do with the 4K movement on the horizon. Good chance to pick this monitor up for below $400, but there are similar spec models out there that may give you more of what you're looking for. I would suggest this monitor to someone spending in that price range, but would look elsewhere if asking price is more. .READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Toshiba 40" 1080p 120Hz LED-LCD HDTV 40UL605U
Pros: Price ($629 do not pay more), LED backlighting, Picture options, 4 HDMI, Wireless Adapter included, Game mode is crazy good.
Cons: Clearframe isn't working too well which is the 120hz feature. no RCA input or ouput which I don't really need, but it's not a dead tech yet. Tv does not remember picture setup when turn on or off so i'm changing settings frequently. Gamemode turns 120hz (clearframe) off sooooooo....no games in 120hz
Other Thoughts: None of the other reviews say anything about Clearfram problems so I'm wondering if it's only me. When I'm watching Football with clearframe on, which means it's on 120hz, it looks great! But if the QB throws a bomb down field the football will ghost/trace/or echo. I'm not sure of a better way to describe it other than ghosting...I thought 120hz would fix a problem like that not make one. When I turn Clearframe off everything is fine.....except I paid for 120hz. OH and as I mentioned Game mode is great...I can actual feel the difference in response time on CoD....but no 120hz.... :-(
I'm giving it a 3 only cuz I bought it for the 120hz football and gaming. If someone knows any way to make it better let me know. And I can return it to Newegg so I'm stuck with it.
Pros: Built in Tuner and speakers, 2XHDMI, Full 1080P, Channel Display/Menu. Looks Great!!!!
Cons: Could throw in an HDMI cable just for icing on cake, but I'm not hating. Also, I don't think it's wall mountable...but I knew that from reading a previous review.
Other Thoughts: It's only the first day so I can't say much more than I'm loving what I'm seeing. I was using a BenQ 22" for my computer monitor and Xbox. BenQ had HDMI and 1080 res. I had a small 13" LCD on the side for TV watching. I was tired of switching back and forth when playing xbox, plus some times it was nice to have dual screen when working on big projects. When the 13" crapped on me I made my move. Newegg had awesome pricing and I wanted the T260HD, but had very limited cash so I went with the T240HD and saved like $50 bucks. (I know it was only $50 bucks, but darn we're in a recession) It turns out the 24" was a bigger than I expected with borders and my desk might not have handled any bigger.
I plan on getting 26" for bedroom next year....might not be exact model but It will come from Newegg!