Excerpt: This 23" monitor uses a 65w AC adapter.It has dynamic contrast ratio of 5 million to 1 and 178 degree viewing angles.The resolution is 1920 x 1080,6ms G2G response time on the thickness of 19.5mm and brightness 250cd/m2. This 6ms response time is relatively slow compared to other monitors 2ms. However it still performs the same way without blurring. It has IPS and LED backlighting that allows the display to be viewed very nicely from a wide angle.
Excerpt: I've had this monitor for a good while now, I got it for £155, but i'm sure it's available cheaper now (with a quick look on amazon I found it for £129). I also own a 32" Lg TV that I have been very happy with and that is why I was drawn toward the company for this monitor. My requirements for this monitor from the offset were fairly basic, it is just connected to my desktop PC on which I do day-to-day tasks such as Internet browsing and Uni work.
Excerpt: I bought this monitor a couple of months back for £150 and I use it with my laptop at home as a secondary monitor. LG had a good reputation in my opinion at producing good quality electrical products and in particular TV's and Monitor's. This was one of the main catalysts behind me purchasing this particular product. The monitor is black in colour and I think it has been designed well and looks good.
Summary: I already had one of these monitors, but couldn't stand not having a dual monitor setup anymore. The monitor is a great one, especially for the price. It's not the best IPS monitor out there, but again, the price is right. The monitor itself is 4 stars. I am not one to buy used for some reason, but I did here. And the only reason I did is because of Amazon's great customer service. I bought it used through Amazon from Better Choice Online.
Summary: I mated this with an existing LG IPS236V and this "refirb" is as good as the original product that I purchased from Best Buy and not near the cost. We all know "refirbs" can be a hit and miss thing but this one hit the mark. Has been in service for several months and is working as desired.
Summary: I bought one at walmart last year. The on/off switch has always been intermittent. Now it's off and I can't get it back on. I'm not sure how wide-spread this problem is. If you're thinking about buying one, do a little research. But other than that, it's got a good-looking image; I wouldn't complain.
Summary: LG IPS236V 23" 1080p HDMI Widescreen LED Monitor is vertually identical to the LG IPS235* MONITOR with one major exception...THE STAND. All the bad reviews on the 235's don't seem to be technical but stand related. This heavier stand fixes those concerns. We have another 236 from a different vendor that we got about a year ago. Why we didn't get 2 at that time is only due to the fact that the CRT was still kicking.
Summary: I recently finished a new desktop and wanted to go with a 3 monitor setup. I researched for about 2 weeks. It was narrowed down to about 6 choices. From there it was price to performance that the LG Flatron IPS236V-PN 23" was my choice. I purchased 3 of these monitors used on eBay. The color, clarity, sharpness, and response time was even better than I anticipated. Plus I saved a lot of money. An absolutely great product.
Summary: I got a deal on this monitor, I did not pay more than $150, including shipping. So, for that price, it's pretty decent. It's good a good picture quality, though I expected IPS to be way sharper images than normal LED's...The IPS improvements are not that discernible. Now, the WORSE part about this monitor is the stand..It is so flimsy that the A/C blowing across the room was able to make the monitor tremble!