A few weeks ago I reviewed the, whose claim to fame was its unique, . This week, I review a monitor that shares similar design touches with the Asus, the .
Although it doesn't include the wacky footstand found on the Asus--it instead uses a 4-inch shaft, resulting in a monitor that doesn't topple over nearly as easily--the AOC e2237Fwh shares many of the same design touches.
It's like a transparent version of the Asus, with more connection options, a more robust onscreen display, and no weird, newfangled contraptions increases the display's chances of ending up on your floor, suddenly and unexpectedly.
The e2237Fwh is a stylish-looking monitor, and what it lacks in performance it attempts to make up in affordability. At $229, it's a lot lower than most LED-based monitors. However, one of those LED based monitors in particular, the, is well worth the extra $80, thanks to its performance.
To find out just how closely the AOC compares to golden boy PX2370, check out the.
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