Very good for the money, a couple of minor draw backs though.
It is a great monitor, the image quality is brilliant. Some people say that the stand is wobbly, but that’s because they haven’t tightened the screw in at the base. If you do that, it’ll stand straight up right. The menu operating system a little fiddly to begin with, but I found it only takes a couple of minutes to get used to. Easy to position to your liking, adjusting it is no problem at all. Very light and very thin, sleek too. The one problem i have though is that it isn’t compatible with external speakers, and it doesn’t have any already, so if you’re a gamer like me and you want sound, you’re gonna need a half decent headset if you want to play with volume, or have a rethink of what you’re purchasing.
NOTE: if you plug in your console with a HDMI lead and the screen looks all multi coloured, possibly may even look damaged to you, IT IS NOT. All you have to do is go onto your Xbox’s settings (this must be done whilst the monitor is still connected, so you’ll have to make out what it says through the image disfiguration), and go onto display/picture, and in its settings, you should find a setting (maybe in advanced settings, I’m not too sure) that gives you the option to auto focus or something along them lines, and if you press on that with your controller, everything will look how it should do. I know what I’ve said is not in much detail, but the entire process only took me about 15 minutes, so this should give you an idea of what you’re looking for.
All in all, great for the money you pay.