( 4.5 Average / 50 Ratings )
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Inexpensive, decent inputs, no dead pixels after four years. Viewing angles are as expected for a TN panel.
Best I've owned yet. Very happy with it. I only wish manufacturers would stop using glossy plastic it is tacky and shows too much finger prints. One annoyance is volume control being buried in the menu. I don't use it very often though. 2ms response time I won't go any higher. The backlight bleeds through the sides it is sometimes noticeable and a bit annoying.
Monitor is ok the colours are a little weak.
My first good qualiyh monitor looks great no problems
I needed a cheap 1080p LED monitor with VESA mount for future configuration. Thought this is good.
This is a great monitor for the price, but if you spend a little bit more you can can something really nice. I think LG makes a 34" super widescreen monitor for around $200. I might check that out as my next upgrade, but for now this is fine. It has a very good picture. The only cons are that it has a little bit of light washing out the edges of the screen, and mine came with one dead pixel.
Purchased 2 years ago (2014), decent monitor for a decent price.
I guess its good if all you want is 1080p with 60hz, I would get the PG278Q for gaming still.
Been using 3 of these monitors for Nvidia Surround/ATI Eyefinity and not had 1 issue with them. No dead pixels. No burn-in image. Great color an awesome 1080p. Plan on upgrading to the 1440p models so but for now these are awesome.