Advantages Good price tag, Bright Screen, High pixels, Easy to adjust
Disadvantages doesnt Fit certain speakers
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My monitor broke last month so i had to find a quick and cheap yet good standard monitor. Then i suddenly came across this little beauty. It was a little nifty one which caught my eye due to its cheap price tag.Picture Quality
Design of Monitor
It extends quite a bit far back but not in a chunky way. Philips have designed this monitor so it is curvy and not angular. The buttons fit in place well. All-round, the monitor is basic but not cheap looking.
When playing computer games...
Refresh rate is decent, dont brilliant. It runs at about 35 Frames per second when playing Counter strike source. Which isnt bad. It produces no lag in the computer, so I see no need to give a bad point on a satisfactory Refresh rate.
The instructions were clear and easy to understand, i had no problem there. The steps were easy, bold and simple to read.This is a value monitor, most monitors cost about 140 quid dont they? Well this monitor only cost me £60. That is what caught my eye. If you want better then you better be prepared to fork out some extra cash!
I do recommend this monitor if you are looking for something simple and cheap but if not, then i highly recommend adding the extra £50-£75 for a top notch monitor instead.
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