I bought two of these a few months ago. They're debranded HP 2311's so you can look that up for specs and reviews. HP logos have been removed or covered, there's a large "HP" pressed into the back case, covered with a black sticker.
Overall quality is good. They DO NOT come with cables but support one dvi, one vga, and one hdmi connection. Built-in menu controls are good but the auto switch only works when the display is turned on. The display has very little physical depth to it (the panel is very thin) so it can fit well into a confined space like the back of a computer desk area. NO vesa mounts, it has a spring-loaded vertically-adjustable base, and can be tilted for proper viewing angle.
Brightness, color, contrast, I have no complaints with its performance. The only problem I have ran into, and I see others have this issue too, is it is VERY LIGHT, light enough to set ON your closed lid laptop without risk. But the power button is on the underside of the right edge, and it has a good resistance to it, so you lift the monitor up when trying to turn it on or off unless you hold it down with your other hand. It's a minor issue, just a design blip. So overall, it's a good value for the price.
If I had to tweak the design, I'd make the power button a touch-switch on the front instead of under the right edge, and I'd also add a "source switch" touch button, changing sources requires digging several menus deep (inconvenient) and I'm using it for two different machines.