This monitor is a bit of a disappointment. The things I don't like about it are;
- The on/off and menu "buttons" are not buttons at all, but touch-sensitive areas. However, they do not work particularly well. Sometimes it takes a while to switch the monitor on/off for example. I would far prefer proper physical buttons.
- It does not auto-detect the input. This is bizarre, as there are at least 4 input ports on the back. So, if you change your source, you have to fiddle around with the menu system. It can take a while, unless you know exactly what "DP", "mDP", "HDMI (MHL) 1" and "HDMI (MHL) 2" actually mean. Compare this to my much cheaper Iiyama 27-inch monitor, which does auto-detect.
Another issue which is probably my fault - at native resolution text becomes tiny and difficult to read. I don't quite understand this, as my MacBook Retina display is actually higher (2880 x 1800) but I can see text perfectly well. So I've had to reduce the resolution to HD (1080p), which completely negates the reason for buying this monitor!