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- Gorgeous design and pleasing picture qualitySolid stand and well thought out control schemeWebcam, stereo mics and USB hub add value
- Limited tilt and no swivel or height adjustmentTouch functionality doesn't justify price premiumIssues with both test units raise QA concerns
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- 80AVERAGE USER SCORE1 ReviewsEngadget Reader80November 16, 2009Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!I purchased this monitor for use with a kitchen PC. I opted for this model over the new HP/Compaq because of the integrated webcam.Pros: - Installation was fairly easy on Windows 7. - Built-in webcam and microphone. - Comes with VGA and DVI cables. - Solid base, for worry free use as a touch screen. - Drivers are nice and light -- not loaded-down with manufacturer cruft.Cons: - Speakers are optional, poor quality, and disrupt the sleek look of the monitor. - Cords, cords, cords. Three for the monitor plus two more for sound. - Fairly average image quality -- took a lot of tweaking to get the colors right. - Monitor doesn't tilt quite high enough for kitchen use by 6'+ users. - Needs more tweaking to use without keyboard, though this is probably a Win 7 issue.
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Usb hub, Webcam, Microphone