I used to have a 17 inch screen, and decided to upgrade to a wide screen display because i watch alot of films. Now i have this screen with the 17 inch on the side as a second display. I bought this from ebuyer for £130, so it was a good deal, other places seem to list it for about £150. it is a very nice looking 22" display, very bright and clear, and the specs about refresh rate are great for gaming too. Another big advantage of this screen is that it can support VGA, DVI and HDMI all out of the box with no adapters needing to be purchased. This was good because i can choose between the computer and the xbox without fiddling with cables.
The screen has 4 modes: office, pictures, movies and games. i cant see much difference between the first 3, but games makes the screen darker and gives more detail with blacks, which is good for alot of games. It also has an "eco" mode, which limits power used to 30w, and is still very usable on the screen. The menu is very intuitive and easy to use, instructions are provided but never really needed, its all common sense, unlike many monitor menus iv seen in the past. It also looks very good, with a white border round the shiny black border. The indicator light is under the middle at the front, and is blue when on and green when in eco mode.
The one bad thing is the lack of up/down feature. It has the standard holes for wall mounts, and does pivot, but up and down would be a nice extra, cant blame them for the price tho.
With the screen is provided with power cables for both UK and EU plugs, as well as cables to attach VGA and HDMI outputs. It also has a nice cable management feature, which sounds unimportant but isnt a bad thing. I would recommend this screen for its low cost for the size and specs, aswell as its good looks and versatility with inputs. The HDMI ports are rare monitors this size.