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Simple LED button layout with a cool, blue LED for the power button.

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A foot stand as smooth as a baby's bottom, and about as wide (nearly 8 inches).

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Panel profile is a little wide for such a small monitor.

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That, my friends, is a 1600x900 picture...not much different from a 1680x1050 picture, to be honest.

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The glossy screen and bezel are fingerprint magnets.

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No need for HDMI, given the relatively low 1600x900 resolution...I guess.

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The OSD buttons are comfortably reached by my hands--not so much by my camera.

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Welcome to reflection city. Come for the great contrast, stay for blindness, as the sun reflects off the screen and melts your eyes!

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The On Screen Display (OSD) itself is simple and easy to navigate. No special or noteworthy options, though.

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