Slow, sluggish, dont bother
I am really upset right now. I just bought this heap of rubbish and discovered my 6yo monitor is better than this rubbish. Its slow, laggy, a lot of pixilation. gaming is useless on it because of how laggy it is. How can they put something as bad as this on the shelf to be sold is beyond me. Feel like taking a hammer to the thing
Great picture quality. Vibrant picture. Got 2x of these running side by side and they have made a difference to my viewing since upgrading from a 19" screen. VGA, DVI, and HDMI means I have a choice of connections to use. This screen even has speaker inputs. 3 Year warranty is included for my peace of mind. Highly recommended screen.
Great picure quality at an affordable price
A Good All-Round Budget Display
I have a 13" Macbook Pro (2010, 2.4Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo, 8GB 1066Mhz RAM, NVidia GeForce 320M 256MB) but felt that the small 1280x800 display just wasn't enough. It could really only fit one page of a document on it at once, or when editing video in Final Cut Pro (a hobby) the interface was cramped. Also, there are many times when you simply need to be looking at two documents or pages at once on the screen, but unfortunately a 13" screen at that resolution just won't cut it.
So, I set off on my search for a monitor. My budget was about $25...0 but I was looking to go sub-$200. I was initially pulled towards Samsung for their high quality displays, but the price tends to match. Indeed, I looked around at different reviews and displays and found an LG display which looked quite nice, as did a Dell, but then I spotted one of Asus' monitors on a list of supposed good ones and looked into it. It had nice specs but was still out of my price range, and yet Asus had the answer: the VE247H. It's got the specs of a higher priced monitor but a cost usually associated with something worse (which it isn't). It would appear to be a near-perfect balance of cost and performance. I bought it over the internet for A$180, which as far as I'm concerned was a good price. For that, the display has reasonably full wallet of draw cards: 1920x1080 300-nit Twisted-Nematic LED LCD display 2ms response DVI, VGA, HDMI in with DVI and VGA cables supplied Audio In/Out and Stereo Speakers
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