A number of ways to connect to graphics card
I bought two of these monitors to run with a Mac Book Pro 15. The product details do not mention it, but they came with all the cables one could require to hook these up.
I used the Mini Display Port -> Display Port cables to the Thunderbot ports on my Mac.
The USB port on my Mac I connected to the closest monitor, and then connected the USB feed for the second monitor to the first. I ordered an Apple wired USB keyboard at the same time and connected that to one of the monitors.
Games are incredibly immersive
We really like the U2913WM, and we wish that the U2713HM had followed the same design. Sadly, it looks like the upcoming U2413 and U2713H are following with the old look.
What's rather spectacular about the U2913WM, though, is the price â?? at AU$599, it's enough that people will be asking if they want a 27-inch with the extra 360 vertical pixels, or if 21:9 is in their future.
Looks good, feels okay
was really skeptical when I first saw this deal. A stylish, cheap, and IPS monitor. After a few decent reviews I decided to order and give AOC a try.
When I first opened up the box, everything looked amazing and gorgeous. Once I started to put it together, I began to have my doubts. I assembled everything together, however my monitor was slightly tilted. When I checked the stand, I noticed that the monitor was not completely locked into place.
An Excellent Screen
I'm very pleased with this purchase. The one issue I was mildly concerned about, the stand, is actually no problem at all. The screen is mounted on a swivel that gives a (for my needs) adequate range - you can tilt it so the screen is slightly inclined toward the front, or back slightly. Otherwise, it pairs without problem with my MacBook. Good stuff.
For the price, it is great
I am sure there are better monitors out there and ones that are more precise for persons who need that. However, for the price of this monitor and my more or less general needs, it is great. The setup was easy enough and while it does lack in areas like adjustments, it is fine for general use. If you are looking for real estate, this one does fine.
The Acer G276HL is a 27 inch LCD monitor that's designed to deliver high definition at 1920 x 1080 resolution. Acer has done a great job over the past years when it comes to their monitors.
The Acer G276HL is a fairly new monitor that was just released some time in-between of August and September of 2012. It's sleek design and smart use of energy is what makes this monitor stands out.
For those that multi-task when using their computer will definitely benefit off of this monitor.
Good Price for a 27 inch monitor
The Acer G276HL Dbmid review for this monitor is a "Good Buy". People that are wanting to buy their computer monitors separately or wanting to upgrade from their smaller screened monitor, the Acer G276HL Dbmid is a good choice. It has the features that you can find from more expensive monitors but has a good price. And for a 27 inch upgrade, I will not e complaining. :)
Decent image performance for the price
A bargain-price monitor, the BenQ G2222HDL may not compete with the punchy images of more expensive IPS panels, but overall picture quality is excellent for the price. As long as you don't need a monitor with a stand that can be swivelled and moved every which way, this is one of the best budget monitors in its size class.
What it lacks in features, this Full HD monitor makes up for in value
What we really care about is image quality, and the BenQ performs its core functions very well. The 250cd/m sq backlight is even and doesn't bleed through at all on a black screen, so the G2222HDL boasts a nice deep black level. Contrast is good, even if the claimed 5,000,000:1 dynamic ratio is as poorly implemented as most we see â?? leave it switched off.
Good for the price
It's pretty much perfect. They send a installation cd in the box but you don't need to use it it's just for if ever there's a problem where the monitor has to be completly reconfigured, but not like for image adjustment. The only real problem for some people would be that you can't adjust the height and angle of the monitor, and it's very slightly tilted forward but you can't tell unless your stare at it from the side.
Acer's T231H does what it says on the tin: it's a 23in Full HD monitor with multitouch abilities. That it does its main job well enough is hardly the issue, though. Rather, it's that you can buy a monitor with far better image quality for much less, and multitouch on a desktop still offers few, if any, compelling reasons to shell out.
23-inch Full-HD monitor
The Acer T231H Multi-Touch monitor is quite an exciting product, though not an unalloyed good thing. Besides touch itself, it also offers a large screen and a Full High-Definition screen resolution to go with it. The pricing is not yet in budget territory, but the wide availability of the T231H in India validates Touch screen UI input, in a way.
Solid and flexible design
If you're in the market for a touch-screen display for a specific purpose, the T231H is worth considering and will also function well as a general use display. However, those simply looking to try out touch-screen controls for general applications would be better to hold off for now and opt for a cheaper screen that offers more solid performance in key areas.
Display is definitely solid
NEC's PA301w delivers the performance and features that professionals demand, including a number of extras that easily distinguish it in the 30-inch class. On-display calibration if you have an i1D2, power management modes and reporting, internal color space clamping through a user-configurable hardware LUT, and a bulit-in USB KVM switch to accompany the two sets of DVI-D and DisplayPort inputs definitely differentiate the PA301w.
Lots of issues
IMPORTANT...if you buy this item and you ship it to use in Canada forget about the warranty (1 year parts and labour)!!!
Interface is not easy to use with multiple steps to get to some of the important functions etc...very important, missing to show the minutes of the titles you want to dub or the total you selected.
I dubbed on one Blu-Ray and after that cannot do it anymore...think I need to repair it already after 6 months (used only few times for dubbing on DVD-R).
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