'Good for the price'
'Delivers snappy visuals and surprisingly good 3D for PC gaming.'
'Poor color uniformity'
'Capable of very realistic colors'
'easy to find the buttons and controls'
'Decent image quality'
'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.'
'Pretty good performance'
'Brilliant- 24-inch widescreen LED with native 1080p'
'the colors looked dull.'
'relatively low cost'
'Colours are dull.'
'The monitor’s settings controls are located on the bottom right corner of the bezel and are easy to use in conjunction with its OSD.'
'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.'
'Limited features and weak grayscale and off-angle viewing performance.'
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