Solid steady monitor with plenty mechanical adjustment and very versatile enabling less clutter on desktop because it has usb ports built in..Great to have the up/down left/right and screen rotation which is never found on a cheap as chips screen.Can be connected to more than one computer and switched over from the buttons on the front GREAT.
decent 4:3 monitors
These are beautiful monitors.
Pros: high resolution 1200 lines vertically, far better than the typical 1080 around recently.
Adjustable mount just moves up and down gracefully.
Landscape or Portrait mode (shame my Mac has to be told which way it is).
DVI plus several analogue inputs
Cons: not as bright as a modern LED backlit device but very adequate.
Note it is 4:3 not widescreen, I prefer them, especially when you have two on one machine.
I have three now.
Great build quality and screen quality, lasting like tanks.
| Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.
|Value for money|
I own 4 of these which I've bought over the years, all 2nd hand, and they are all still going strong.
Originally my office gave us all 1, and they cost around £400 new. I've bought all mine at £100-£200.
They also go great vertically for viewing PDFs, or (as I do) to add even more width to a dell 30" monitor, with the 20" portrait almost exactly lining up with the 30" in landscape.