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This monitor is a good all rounder.

£230 – £307 at 9 retailers out of 423 retailers checked

8.4 out of 10 based on 77 reviews.
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Robert, Hertford Gadgets lover.

Score 10.0/10
Good points:
Very good screen in comparison to HP x23i 1080p that I replaced with this one as HP screen given up after only 18 months with 12 months warranty. The AOC screen at least got 3 years warranty.
Very nice colours, almost non existing light bleed on dark picture. And most important you can't really see the pixels from normal distance when sitting at the desk. Very close to retina display experience. But the icons are not too small like you would have on 4k display. I'm running this with Mac Mini and if you don't need any bigger screen than 25" this is very good value for money.
Bad points:
Nothing really.
Maybe on screen menu is a bit difficult to navigate. I would like to have designated brightness adjustment buttons as the screen is very bright.
Also the manual comes on CD. And I can't find any online. Come on. It's 2016. The only CD/Blue Ray reader I have is in my PS4.
Overall rating 10.0
How easy to set-up 1.0
Image quality 10.0
Build Quality 10.0
Value for money 10.0
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Confirmed purchase: 20 Sep 2016

Jeremy, Bristol

Score 10.0/10
Good points:
Good size, not too big.
Can see a Word document and an Excel document clearly at the same time.
Photos look great.
Bad points:
Reviewer left no comment
Overall rating 10.0
How easy to set-up 10.0
Image quality 10.0
Build Quality 7.0
Value for money 10.0
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Confirmed purchase: 20 Jan 2017

Tom, Rainham Tech head

Score 9.0/10
Good points:
Great monitor with 100% sRGB coverage, not too big at 25" so you get a better PPI then a 27". Great for digital designers or someone wanting great colour coverage.

It sets Windows 10 at 125% at default, I'd recommend leaving at this for most people as it seems to be the most comfortable for good viewing. Most good apps, programs scale nicely. 100% isn't too bad on this screen but for people with poorer vision should stick to 125%.

Swivel is great for people with a two screen setup, good for coders or document processing who want a more vertical view.

Height adjustment is a big plus as well.

Connections are good.

Looks really nice very thin bevel around with a brushed aluminium finish on the base and bottom front of screen.
Bad points:
Can't turn down brightness when using sRGB mode, not a massive deal for me I wouldn't say its so bright that is has ever hurt my eyes. Can use a different mode though and you can adjust all settings, I use sRGB as need 100% colour coverage for work.

Buttons on the underside for controlling the monitor could be a bit nicer, you have to press them quite hard and moves the screen, def not a deal breaker.

No DVI-D included so need to purchase one separately to get resolutions of 2560 x 1440, bit of a cop out really...
Overall rating 9.0
How easy to set-up 9.0
Image quality 10.0
Build Quality 9.0
Value for money 9.0
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Confirmed purchase: 18 Feb 2016

Joel, Edinburgh

Score 9.0/10
Good points:
It's a really good 1440p IPS panel. For this amount of money I think no other monitor can beat it. It also looks professional, as opposed to other low end monitor that just look cheap.
Bad points:
Moving the monitor up and down requires a lot of force, so small adjustments to its position are next to impossible.
Overall rating 9.0
How easy to set-up 9.0
Image quality 9.0
Build Quality 8.0
Value for money 10.0
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Confirmed purchase: 14 Sep 2016

John, Lincoln Happy customer

Score 7.0/10
Good points:
Nice monitor that looks bigger than 25inch due to very thin frame. Good image quality with several ports
Bad points:
None
Overall rating 7.0
How easy to set-up 9.0
Image quality 8.0
Build Quality 8.0
Value for money 8.0
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Confirmed purchase: 05 Oct 2016

Charles, Basingstoke

Score 8.0/10
Good points:
plug and play with my £30 Argos Freeview HD box. Very good picture.
Bad points:
Reviewer left no comment
Overall rating 8.0
How easy to set-up 8.0
Image quality 8.0
Build Quality 10.0
Value for money 8.0
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Confirmed purchase: 04 Nov 2016

David, Warwick Photographer and graphic artist

Score 10.0/10
Good points:
Super thin bezel
Excellent colour consistency between screens out of the box (I run multiple monitors)
Good colour reproduction
Higher than HD resolution is superb
Minimal reflections
Looks expensive
Good set of accessories
Bad points:
Maybe a little bright if I'm picky
Extra resolution highlights some of the old pop-ups in Windows 10 which clearly haven't been changed since XP - they don't scale!
Overall rating 10.0
How easy to set-up 10.0
Image quality 10.0
Build Quality 8.0
Value for money 9.0
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Confirmed purchase: 02 Aug 2016

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