ML239H adopts 178?(H) / 178?(V) ultra wide viewing angle IPS panel that eliminates color shift on your screen no matter where and how you look at it.
This is an awesome monitor. It might actually be a bit too big, but I am not going to return it for that. Just a note: if you start it up with the hdmi plugged in, you'll have to switch the settings to digital input. I didn't see any instructions on that, and I spent about 3 minutes hoping something wasn't wrong. I turned the power off and back on and the settings buttons flashed, pointing me in the right direction.
Good bang for the buck10/3/2011
Pros: Very nice picture quality (eIPS panel). Stylish and sleek. Cons: No height adjustment. Purplish glow when viewing dark content from wider angles (this is normal for these eIPS panels and is not noticeable viewing normal content). Some light-green backlight bleed in the lower left and lower right corners (this will vary from sample to sample and again isn't really noticeable unless you're viewing dark content). Touch sensitive controls sometimes require 2-3 presses to register. Only digital input is HDMI (a DVI-to-HDMI cable is included, but not an HDMI-to-HDMI cable). Be aware that some video cards may identify the monitor as a TV and enforce undesirable parameters (e.g. incorrect output levels, under/overscan, etc.), check video driver settings to fix. In the end, I can live with the cons. For under $200, this monitor is a very good value.
This is a very nice monitor especially for the price. Very nice picture. This touch controls are pretty nice to. I like the preset settings for Gaming, there's one for movies and graphics applications all in all this is a pretty good monitor so try it out.