This is a fairly standard flat screen.
In a basic black cover the screen is quite large with five buttons in the centre underneath. The stand is quite chunky with a large slightly slanted vertical and a circular horizontal (with a slightly odd multi-facet design - presumably just for aesthetic appearance...). The screen can be rotated back and forth but not up or down. Which can get very painful if you don't have it lifted to the right height.
The central button on it is the power button (this is green when the screen is on and receiving signal and orange when left on without) - can't really say much about that!
The menus are very easy to operate. Button one is used to bring up the menus and exit. The up and down buttons to (surprise, surprise) move up and down and button 2 to select. They include all the standard options (brightness, colour, moving). There are also shortcuts to brightness and contrast (the arrows) and auto adjust (2). I do use the auto adjust about every two weeks just to reset the alignment etc. This takes a couple of seconds and can make a clear difference.
In a bright, well lit office (natural and artificial) I do find I have to reduce the brightness an amount, but the contrast does not seem affected.
I did have any problems setting it up - like any screen very easy to just plug in.