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It is a high-performance LCD display designed to satisfy the needs of high-performance business and workstation users.

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Pros

Great value for it's size

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HDMI input

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Tilt and height adjustments

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All cables are included with retail purchase

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3-year warranty

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HDCP compliant

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Full HD 1080p support

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Strong and steady stand

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Cons

Ghosting reverse

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Hard to use controls

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Power LED on front is too bright

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Reliability (Lack of)

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Limited video inputs

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No remote control

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The HANNS.G HG281DPB is a high-performance LCD display designed to satisfy the needs of high-performance business and workstation users. The ultra high 1920 x 1200 resolution and true 16.7-million vibrant colors on a 27.5-inch viewable screen size gives you a more enjoyable and relaxed visual experience. With the HDMI connection and an ultra-fast 3ms response time, the HG281DPB offers the highest 1080p digital image quality for HD movies and games at the most affordable price in its class.

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NirvantosAntonidasUS
04/28/2008 12:07

Excellent buy! and and EXCELLENT screen with a lot of WoW factor!!! I am impressed by this 27.5 viewable, beautiful display. Very easy to use and very bright (I had to turn down the brightness, it was so intense--> read it will perform well in a bright, sunny room. No problem with reflections, etc. The bezel is black and small making it versatile to put just about any where. I am very happy with it and feel I have gotten absolutely the best monitor out there at this time for screaming fast game play, wonderful graphics/movies and for just $499 plus shipping from Costco.com. Since I just spent $3500 on a new Apple Mac Pro 8-Core graphics workstation, I really appreciated not exceeding the $1,000 cost level for a near-30" monitor with a very fast (3ms) response time and true 1080p beauty. In many ways, this monitor surpasses Apple's cinema displays that still have a very slow latency and cost a lot more for comparable screen real estate. If you get this monitor, you won't be sorry!

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