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Asus VN289Q

Asus VN289Q
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3 reviews

Oct, 2014

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humming voice coming from monitor ?

 

nice design

i dont know about this but text is not sharp enough, my last monitor was acer 20inch with 1600*900

Consumer review by:

Good monitor for the money

 

First off, more on the Eye-care function! Most screens on the market use a flickering backlight; be it CCFL, WLED, or RBGLED, and this flickering is thought to contribute to eye strain. The term for this technique is Pulse Width Modulation, PWM, and...

Excellent contrast ratio, handles dark colors and dark scenes very well ; Lots of screen real estate here, 28" is quite big ; Pre-set screen modes are a nice touch, and there are quite a few to work with ; Menu is far less difficult to navigate than...

Biggest flaw by far is the flimsy stand. Even light tremors, from typing to hard for instance, will cause the monitor to shake noticeably. For a monitor in the $300 range I would expect something much sturdier ; No HDMI cable. Not a major issue for me,...

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Nice cosmetics; poor screen

 

Purchased on-line (not Newegg). After removing it from the box, it looked fantastic. Big, wide screen. Nice, fairly thin bezel. Stand is a little shaky for a monitor of this size. Plugged it into a newly built Intel I7 computer (HD 4600 Graphics)....

Fantastic size; fairly thin bezel; plenty of connection options; matte case (not glossy); VESA mountable

Poor screen; weak stand, awful speakers; menu button placement

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