Physically, the Flatron E2350V is average-looking. It has a shiny black bezel that measures 0.9 inches around. The screen itself has a matte finish which helps against glare problems in bright environments.
The panel measures 0.65 inch deep, and the monitor rests on a glossy black oval footstand that keeps it steady during sudden movements. Unfortunately, you cannot adjust the monitor's height. You cannot pivot it or swivel it either. The only ergonomic options are to tilt it backwards 10 or 90 degrees.
Rounding out the E2350V's design is its connectivity. The back panel houses a DVI port, an HDMI port, a VGA port, and a headphone jack.
The LG Flatron E2350V is a monitor worthy of earning a spot on your desktop. It may not have the prettiest design, but it offers good performance, plenty of adjustable settings, and is priced reasonably.
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