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Pros: Bright display, Lightweight, Simple set-up, Low price
Cons: Limited viewing angles, No HDMI port
Review: The Acer G6 is ideal for a dual monitor setup or for people on a tight budget who wants an affordable yet decent monitor without any major compromises. The monitor features a 1920 x 1080 resolution which is great for everyday tasks, and combines Adaptive Contrast Management and Acer eColor for outstanding contrast and accurate colors. The display is bright and clear. Initially, the picture settings can hurt your eyes as it is way too bright but you can easily adjust the monitors brightness and contrast to a better or lower level. With a 60Hz refresh rate and 5 ms response time, users will not notice any lag even when playing games. Eco-friendly, the Acer G6 also consumes less power than other monitors, rated at only 26 watts while in operation and 450 mW on standby. The size of the G6 makes it a great primary or secondary monitor. Keep in mind that it has no VESA mount screw holes, so you might need to purchase an adapter or just leave it sitting on your desk. Aside from being thin, the monitor is lightweight and easy to assemble. With the stand attached, it only weighs 5.29 lbs and measures 15.12" x 21.57" x 6.61" (H x W x D). There are only three parts; the stand, the connector and the monitor itself. A lot of pressure is needed though in order to snap them into place. The stand leaves a lot to be desired as it isnt very sturdy and does not tilt nor rotate. Raising or lowering the height of the monitor is impossible too. These limitations cause some black areas to appear grayish when viewed on certain angles. Set-up is pretty much plug-and-play. The Acer G6 lacks an HDMI port but it has DVI and VGA ports, and comes with a DVI, as well as a VGA cable, to allow users to connect the monitor to computers without any hassle. Finally, an external power supply is already included.
Pros: Bright and vivid display, Non-glossy finish, Large, Good price
Cons: Light bleeding along the edges, No height adjustment, Base seems wobbly
Review: Asus has churned out a number of good budget monitors. The 27-inch VE278Q is one perfect example. The AI Light function, in addition to being more eco-friendly, automatically assists you in low-lit or dark environment by adjusting your monitor's brightness. It also provides outstanding Full HD 1080p widescreen performance. The 2ms Response Time guarantees no motion blur of any kind when watching sports or movies with high-speed scenes and the 10,000,000:1 ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio delivers brilliant and vivid colors. Given all these features, the VE278Q is a premier choice for multimedia use, as well as for professionals who need a big screen. The Splendid Video Intelligence Technology pays attention to all the aspects necessary to display a clear and good picture. 4 Color Temperature modes and 3 Skin Tone modes ensure the best color. To suit different purposes, PIP(Picture in Picture) function and six preset video modes such as Scenery, Theater, Game, Night View, sRGB and Standard are easily selectable through a Hotkey. HDMI and DisplayPort interfaces are likewise featured in the VE278Q. Included accessories are a DVI cable, a VGA cable, an Audio cable and a Power cord. In terms of aesthetics, the ASUS VE278Q is similar to most monitors in the sense that it has the usual slim bezel around the screen. What sets it apart, however, is its non-glossy finish that makes everything easier to view and reduces reflections coming from other light sources inside the room. However, light bleeding around the edges of the screen can be expected. There are two 3-watt built-in stereo speakers but like in any other budget monitor, it is fine for casual use but don't expect it to do miracles. Also, the base, aside from not being height-adjustable, can be a little wobbly. Mounting it to a wall may be a better alternative if you feel that it helps keep the unit safe and stable but other than that, the Asus VE278Q is as good as it gets, at least when it comes to price and size.