I use this with my custom gaming PC and it works very well. I waited a couple months to see how it held up, and aside from resolution incompatibilities with some games, it's performed great. The UI is easy to use, although the input selection is hidden in a couple sub menus, but the colors are vivid and accurate when compared to other high end monitors, and not a single dead pixel.
Pro's: Affordable, pretty, great for 1st person gaming
Con's: nitpicky qualms with the UI
Just tonight I received a Cable Matters 101007-BLACK-6 DisplayPort Cable and got the native & best resolution of 2560 x 1080 @ 60Hz instantly.
This monitor (I'm using it now to type this) has a gorgeous display, resolution is 1600 x 900 (my computer actually says 1609 x 900)... it is sitting next to a 22" Dell LED monitor that's about 10 years old and for some reason that one is showing a higher input resolution but both screens look great. Setup out of the box was swift and easy.... there's no HDMI connection, but it comes with more cables than I expected: the standard blue plugged VGA, the white DVI-D and a USB cable so the touch works. It also of course includes a standard power cable. They plug in the back (not the bottom) and are easy to secure. The body of the monitor is all black plastic, even the base (I would have liked some chrome accents, as the all black plastic looks really cheap to me). The stand "clicks" onto the monitor easily and it took me about 1 second to snap the two together. The stand also looks cheap to me and the round base looks like something from years ago, not current design.
inch size: 19.5