'Excellent wide gamut performance'
'the monitor is more susceptible to wobbling.'
'sharp, easy-to-read text'
'impressively wide, 178-degree viewing angle'
'extremely flexible design'
'Somewhat limited viewing angles..'
'very good color'
'The translucent-orange power button is easy to find, if slightly garish.'
'very good picture'
'good PVA panel'
'Compared to other flat panel monitors on the market, it is inexpensive at around $210.'
'Text on a page of fonts of different sizes looked sharp, even when at a very small (6-point) size.'
'Dull colors at times.'
'Unreal Tournament 3 looked great and had vibrant colours running at a 1920x1080-pixel resolution.'
'Text becomes unreadable and colours wash out when viewing from non-optimum angles, although this is somewhat expected from a TN panel.'
'versatile 25.5-inch monitor'
'big, bright screen'
'serviceable and well-labeled button layout'
'No display port.'
'VGA & HDMI input, with cable to attach DVI videocards'
'it a clean, sleek appearance'
'solid but overly large stand'
'There is no backlight breaching and display of black is good as it can be on a TN panel.'
'fancy bezel styles'
'Screen is bright enough to handle any lighting conditions'
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