'The video connections sit to the right of the neck of the stand and are fairly easy to get to; the left of the connections, you'll find two additional USB downstream ports and one upstream port.'
'intuitive menu structure'
'sharp, easy-to-read text'
'Text looks exceptionally crisp, and reading was much easier on our eyes than with any other monitor we recently tested.'
'speakers sound great'
'A bit expensive..'
'The result is an elegant HDTV monitor that feels more like handcrafted artwork than a high-performance video display.'
'a built-in Webcam'
'DisplayPort is not widely supported - HDMI would have been a lot better.'
'There's no screen height adjustment, rotation, or pivoting..'
'Poor stand - monitor wobbles easily.'
'reasonably wide contrast range'
'The EA222WMe's stand makes it easy to adjust its height (over a range of about four inches) and to pivot, tilt, and swivel the screen into the desired position.'
'Even the packing used with the monitor is environment friendly.'
'Compared to other flat panel monitors on the market, it is very inexpensive at around $170.'
'No HDMI input.'
'pretty decent panel'
'Compared to other flat panel monitors on the market, it is relatively inexpensive at around $260.'
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