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HolidayBuyer's Guide

Performance

The angle

Foot with toes

Explaining

Culprit

Buttons

Connections

Annoying

Monoprice delivers on performance with the IPS-Glass Panel Pro.
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Good viewing angles and sharp gaming graphics are the norm here.
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The monitor's foot stand features four "toes," and depending on how well it adheres to the surface, you're either in for easy swiveling or swiveling that's a bit more challenging.
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Ah, yes. My last caption was a little cryptic. Let me explain. See those four circles at the ends of each of the toes? Those don't always work so well.
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When they do work, swiveling is accomplished without much effort. Otherwise the monitor slides around like a BMW in the snow.
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The buttons are on the underside of the panel and are too closely bunched together, making it sometimes difficult to know which you're pressing.
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From to to bottom: power, audio, HDMI, DVI, VGA, and DisplayPort.
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The power cord uses a dongle design. Good for easily detaching the monitor from power. Bad for accidentally detaching the monitor from power. Hmmm, or maybe it's good for that, too.
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