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I don't really know anything about this particular brand, but some of you might. Would this be a good second monitor for home?
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inkycatz wrote:I don't really know anything about this particular brand, but some of you might. Would this be a good second monitor for home?
I have one. It's got this really fincky touch sensitive controls. The VESA mount is on the bottom of the base. The base is heavy because it contains all the electronics for the monitor and the connection between the base and the arm that connects to the screen is fixed and very flimsy. You can't adjust the angle of the screen and you can't mount this on anything other than a wall. Mounting it on a monitor arm will probably result in the screen ripping off of the base.
I've had some issues with it blurring intermittently when using VGA (seems to be interference) but it's been fine with a DVI cable. I've ruled out the VGA cables being bad because other monitors and my TV work fine with them. I just think the monitor has poor shielding.
Overall, it's a really cheap and cheaply built monitor but that works okay for me because I have a nice heavy and stable desk.
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The monitor feels a little flimsy everything else is great on it color brightness and just over all look is great,I never had this VGA problem but for $80 dollars nice stander monitor.
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