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Updated: Apr 30, 2016 21:57
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#4151
alaAverage 4

JetWay M1931TDB GrayBlack 19 13ms LCD Monitor Built in Speakers

I like this display better than most of the "major brand" displays I have used. However, the DVI setup can be tricky. The monitor has some eeprom memory that configures the DVI settings for the monitor based on the input. I finally got it to work by...

6 user reviews

#4152
alaAverage 4

ADI Corporation MicroScan G700 (White) 17 inch CRT Monitor

This belt is just about the cheapest made thing that could still be called a belt. I highly doubt I'll ever wear it, I definately wouldn't buy it again. I guess you get what you pay for.

7 user reviews

#4153
alaAverage 4

Sceptre X7SV-Naga

Nice for the money but it has a constant buzz/hum when I use it for PC monitor... really loud when external speakers are used. Doesn't buzz when used for TV.

5 user reviews

#4154
alaAverage 4

LaCie Photon 20Vision II

The photon20visionII is a good LCD monitor with a standard 4:3 aspect ratio and high resolution. The image quality is generally good, but the weak response at the light end of the gray scale weakens its appeal for the graphics professional market. It's...

4 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#4155
alaAverage 4

ViewSonic E 90

It is really darker than other monitors so that I always need to use third party software to make screen brighter. When u play game (like Counter strike, Doom3), if something is hiding in little bit dark place, u just can't see it. Doom3 doesn't let...

1 expert reviews | 4 user reviews

#4156
alaAverage 4

HP Pavilion mx75 17 inch Rfrbd CRT Monitor

It has lots of color to it

5 user reviews

#4157
alaAverage 4

Sceptre Dragon Eye D73P

We just had one of these blow up on us. It was glowing like a xmas tree until we unplugged it. If it was a few hours earlier and no one was around we could have had a serious office fire. I cant seem to find any recall notice. I sure it it was an...

6 user reviews

#4158
alaAverage 4

Cornea CT1700

Purchased my CT 1702 about a month and a half ago. So far, I've got mixed feelings about it, but I think that overall its a pretty cool product. The picture quality is really good, colors are pretty crisp, I mean, the best CRT monitors are going to...

5 user reviews

#4159
alaAverage 4

ViewSonic G 790

I'm an art director, almost crazy with color perfection. My G790 's been with me for five years. During this period, and thanks to its many color controls, I've managed to fine tune it as I never could another. And I'm talking about Sonys, Apples and...

7 user reviews

#4160
alaAverage 4

ViewSonic M 70

Great looks and price. Speaker brackets and microphone.

6 user reviews

#4161
alaAverage 4

KDS Visual Sensations 195E

I just received my new monitor and I have set up in about ten minutes. Decent picture - not the best I have seen but for the price, a great value.The on-screen menu takes some time to understand (of course I did not read the instructions) but fairly...

8 user reviews

#4162
alaAverage 4

LG 34UC98

My current setup is a custom liquid loop running an I7 2700@5Ghz, overclocked G1 980ti's in SLI on water, an Obutto Revolution Sim rig and prior to this LG monitor, had triple 24" Acer 144Hz monitors in surround. The bezel corrected resolution for that...

3 user reviews

#4163
alaAverage 4

LG 25UM58

- If you ever want to put the monitor back in the box, you should open it from the back, NOT on the side that says "Front" - If you want a Win 7 laptop with an Nvidia Quadro graphics card to display the full 2560x1080, you may have to make a custom...

2 user reviews

#4164
alaAverage 4

Asus MX25AQ

Would highly recommend this monitor.

4 user reviews

#4165
alaAverage 4

Dell Ultrasharp UP3216Q

Dell's latest monitor is a heavy-duty 4K panel that spreads its 3,840 x 2,160 resolution across a 32in diagonal. It's designed for the office, which means that hefty pixel count is paired with corporate features: screen modes for industry-standard...

1 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#4166
alaAverage 4

LG 24MP47HQ-P

The monitor is fine but I live in the UK and it came with a European plug on the power supply and no English version of the guarantee

2 user reviews

#4167
alaAverage 4

Acer XF270HU

This has been a very impressive monitor and very safe. I've had a lot of different monitors and I have been very pleased with this, maybe more than the Dell 21:9, acer 27 gysnc, acer 34 inch 75 hertz, acer 4k 60 hertz gsync, etc.

2 user reviews

#4168
alaAverage 4

BenQ BL2711U BL

I'm very satisfied with this product

2 user reviews

#4169
alaAverage 4

Acer B6 B246HQL 23.6" Grey Full HD

Would be difficult to mount 3 on a single vesa stand, but with the stands included, that's almost pointless anyway. I'm a huge fan of these monitors.

4 user reviews

#4170
alaAverage 4

Viewsonic VG2239SMH

Seems great so far

3 user reviews

#4171
alaAverage 4

Acer Predator XB271HK

Conclusion You'll pay big bucks for the Acer Predator XB271HK, but its price is still in line with other IPS-based, 27-inch UHD monitors, such as the ViewSonic VP2780-4K and the NEC MultiSync EA275UHD, neither of which support Nvidia's G-Sync...

2 expert reviews

#4172
alaAverage 4

Iiyama Prolite B2482HD-B1

An excellent monitor especially considering the price. This particular model has a very adjustable stand - vertical adjustment, forward / backward tilt and screen rotation is all included as standard. The lack of HDMI input is a slight let down, but I...

2 user reviews

#4173
alaAverage 4

NEC MultiSync EA275UHD

Conclusion The NEC MultiSync EA275UHD is a solid choice for home or work if you're looking to move up to a 27-inch UHD monitor. It offers excellent gray-scale and viewing-angle performance and rich colors. It also features several power-saving options...

2 expert reviews

#4174
alaAverage 4

AOC U2870VQE 70

I would not buy this model again. Can't imagine why it got so many "glowing" reviews.

3 user reviews

#4175
alaAverage 4

Philips 227E6QDSD

If you're ready to make the leap to a big-screen monitor, but want to keep costs down, consider the Philips 277E6QDSD/27 ($329.99). Based on In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel technology, this 27-inch display delivers strong color, gray-scale, and...

1 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

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