Closer look at the monitor
When you unpack the monitor it comes in two pieces that consist of the screen part and the stand part. These are easily mounted together by just pushing down the screen onto the stand part and it will click into place and lock them together. All the main features are listed on stickers that are mounted on the screen, these are easily removable and they will not leave any marks.
The monitor has a really nice piano black color which is a glossy color and that means that you will easily get fingerprints on this device. This monitor is as I said earlier equipped with a HDMI port but they have not included a HDMI cable unfortunately.
The front panel buttons are well placed and big enough even for big fingers. The menus are easy to understand and use, I will get back to the menus a bit later in the review. In the back of the stand there is a cable holder that keeps the cables in place.
Looking at the back of the monitor you will find a DVI, VGA, Composite and sound ports. The bottom of the stand itself is equipped with several rubber pads to prevent the stand from scratching the table.