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eMachines E211H bmd 21.5-Inch Widescreen LCD Display – Black

Written By: Best Sellers LCD Monitor on April 27, 2010 5 Comments

  • Maximum Resolution 1920 x 1080
  • Image Contrast Ratio 20000:1
  • Image Brightness 300cd/m2
  • Input Signal VGA & DVI

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The E211H bmd LCD is designed for High-Definition with a stunning 1920 x 1080 resolution….

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eMachines E211H bmd 21.5-Inch Widescreen LCD Display – Black

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5 Responses to “eMachines E211H bmd 21.5-Inch Widescreen LCD Display – Black”

  1. Justin T. Melanson says on: 27 April 2010 at 2:54 am

    I bought this monitor on a whim from Staples the day after Christmas thinking I was getting a great deal at 99.99 for a monitor that had gotten good reviews across the board. Purchased it, got home, set it up, and overlooked the flimsy base panel, and the flawed placement of the adjustment buttons, which are on the bottom and uncomfortable to reach. The picture looked great for a little bit, at first it ran silky smooth, had great picture too, but less than an hour later, my PC froze, something it NEVER did before until I installed this thing. I had to reboot, and lo and behold, right in front of me was a stuck pixel, an ugly, green, stuck pixel.

    The issues didn’t end there either, oh sure, I massaged the stuck pixel away but then some more appeared, sometimes as many as seven on the screen at once. Now it’d be understandable if this thing were a few years old, but for a brand new monitor to be having such problems was unacceptable. Needless to say, after ten days of owning the thing and continuing to see the problems I was seeing, I knew it was time for me to say goodbye. I went and returned it to Staples, making sure I put it in it’s original box, and got my refund. Am so glad I did because the thing turned out to be a waste, I also heard that this monitor is manufactured by Acer under the e-Machines brand, which makes sense, however, Acer does not exactly make the best monitors. Either I got a lemon or something, but seriously, I would not recommend this product to a friend based off of the experience that I had.

    Needless to say, I went over to my local Best Buy, and managed to snag a Hewlett-Packard 2009m with the refund money, trust me, if you want a really, really good monitor for cheap? Hewlett-Packard is the way to go, do not, and I repeat, do NOT get this monitor, the only reason I gave it one star was because during the time it worked, the picture was good, and the scalability of the monitor itself, but that is the only positive thing I have to say about it. The flimsy design of the base frame, the questionable quality of the monitor itself, and the lack of a sturdy feeling in this product overall makes me give it one star.

  2. Bradford B. Bingham says on: 27 April 2010 at 3:41 am

    99$…delievered from Staples with VGA and DVI Cables…now, i have a “over-the hill” computer….for 5 years i have held this box together with duct-tape…gum… paper-clips and some real upgrades….(memory-video card and this monitor)….i refuse do go buy a new box when this one fullfills my needs…gaming…video..web browsing..its all good…no problem with 360p-480p-720p vids….and the HD from the TV players…if your on the fence…go for it…get rid of that old clunky CRT…if your computer can’t push a decent VGA signal (which is pretty much unlikely)…for 89$-99$…just hold on to it…and your good to go—when you do upgrade your box…if you have to have the “lastest and greatest”..don’t bother…but for a decent…nice size..LCD flat panel monitor…hey…you could do worse…the speaker complaints…who doesn’t have a pair of external computer speakers laying around??…the control complaints…stop…you bunch of babies…conclusion…if you have a decent computer that you like…this is a nice affordable upgrade that will make your browsing so much better………

  3. JeB @ Amazon says on: 27 April 2010 at 6:31 am

    Yet another buyer on Black Friday. I drop down a star as the built in speakers are one step above useless as far as I’m concerned … but I was buying a display so I can live with using external speakers. My only other objection is the lack of ability to adjust screen size by width and height. At this point (about 2 weeks of ownership), the lack of adjustments seems to be a problem mostly when working in the BIOS settings. (And perhaps I’m missing something in the way of adjustments in the OSD)

    My **** rating is for excellent display quality – great color, sharp text etc although I’m running at 1280 x 720 and not full resolution. The stand and case are good enough but not remarkable. This monitor is an extreme bargain when sub $100 but I’d comparison shop if selling for well over $100.

  4. Rose W. says on: 27 April 2010 at 7:14 am

    Found this monitor on sale for $99 and bought it without doing my research first. What a waste of time… I spend four days trying to adjust this monitor before giving up and purchasing the HP 2009m. I was never able to get the eMachine monitor to the point where I could read without getting a headache. Text was blurry and indistinct, colors were off and pictures appear were hazy. I take pictures for a living and have been selling on-line for years, I’ve never had this problem before. You would expect that even the worst monitor could produce readable text but not this one. And after four days, I gave up. Bought the HP 2009m which took less than half hour to set up. Text is crisp, colors are perfect and photos are sharp. No matter how cheap the eMachine monitor is, its not worth the effort.

  5. J. Vasquez says on: 27 April 2010 at 7:50 am

    i can finally watch all my bluray movies on this monitor and my games run sweet and look very awesome, definitely worth the buy if ur looking for a bargain pc monitor

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