Power

Cut down the monitor's energy consumption by pressing this button.
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This is this

Just in case you needed proof.
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The OSD button array

The button to the far right acts as a small joystick for navigating the onscreen display.
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The OSD

The OSD in action.
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Panel off

To reach the connections, you'll have to remove this panel.
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Not many connections

There are not many connection options to choose from once you actually have access though.
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Wide

This wide and flat foot stand should reduce wobbling.
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Straight on

Nothing interesting about this shot...yet.
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From below

The Planar uses an IPS panel, which has much more forgiving viewing angles than typical TN panels.
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Form the side

The PX2611's wide viewing angle demonstrated again--this time from the side.
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Four USB ports

Four USB connections line the left side.
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