The OSD (on screen display) for the Acer 99sl is typical of the menu's coming onto
the market these days. No frilly graphics, just bluescreen blue and greenscreen green backgrounds
with standard ISO icons to depict the various settings which can be adjusted should
they require it. All monitor options are controlled from within a small onscreen display menu using two function keys
on the front bezel of the monitor.
alter all of these settings by the old-fashioned blinking LED's would just be insane, and the monitor would have
a control panel that rivaled a 747!
Again the controls on the front of
the panel are as follows: i-key, brightness/contrast, power, and two
So how do all these features stack up in the real world? Is this monitor worth the buy?