'Plethora of connection options and ergonomic features'
'A huge number of inputs - dual DVI, VGA, HDMI, DisplayPort, component and composite'
'Diverse customisation and calibration options'
'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'
'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.'
'For website sounds and the odd bit of YouTube viewing it might just be passable, but it's unsuitable for any kind of nuanced music or gameplay function.'
'Reliable multi-touch function.'
'Multi-touch is a horrible idea for a standard monitor - not ergonomic or usable in the least.'
'generous cable provision'
'best input source'
'the VX2835wm would not display at its native 1,920x1,200 resolution when connected to the HDMI port of our ATI Radeon HD 2400 Pro'
'Color tracking is poor in dark areas, with a noticeable blue tint.'
'There's no screen height adjustment, rotation, or pivoting..'
'Poor stand - monitor wobbles easily.'
'reasonably wide contrast range'
'uncompromising performance and outstanding value'
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