( 4.3 Average / 12 Ratings )
With VGA, DVI, and HDMI, and at 24" for $120, it's a deal that's hard to beat. And it tilts! No speakers though, not that I'd use them anyways.
Good monitor. I was disappointed that I bought the one without the HDMI port, but it was only 119 bucks.
This is a relatively cheap 24" inch monitor. Image quality is good but it does use TN LED panel technology which honestly I have no issues about. Viewing angles to me are surprisingly good for that said fact. I know little about colour reproduction and my eyes have yet to see the difference. But where it counts, image quality is good. Build quality, not so much. Its a bit flimsy. But beyond that its a good product for the price.
A decent monitor for a good price. No HDMI port, only one DVI and one VGA, but it's enough for my purposes right now.
This is my productivity monitor. I don't like the fact that I can't raise the height of it. i'm purchasing a monitor arm soon, so it will be a non issue.
Vast improvement over a smaller flat screen TV. The three different inputs, wide view angle, color and tilt are surprising for a monitor picked up for $79.99 at Best Buy. I reccomend getting one before the sale ends.
Price was right ($99) and gets the job done. Nice workhorse display.
Got it for free from my father's office, gets the job done in great 1080p, no problems whatsoever
A nice budget first monitor. I would say display is about average.
Have had this for 5 years. Pretty big, pretty good for the price it came with.