Build and Design
The design is very similar to the 2233SW except for a couple of different accents here and there. The edges are more rounded and the upper and lower portions have more of a concave design. The entire bezel is glossy and instead of physical buttons we have touch sensitive buttons in the center just below the logo. These buttons aren't backlit however, like the Lavender series, so using them in the dark will be a challenge.
The rear of the monitor has a slightly different design. Now it's a lot easier to plug in the cables since the ports face outwards rather than downwards. But there is still no HDMI jack present, which I would have liked very much, but I guess they did this to keep the cost down.
This is mercifully easy to install unlike the stupid mechanism in the 2233SW. It has a full glossy finish and is quite stable. The monitor does wobble a bit, but not too much. The entire panel tilts forwards and backwards but the hinge is really stiff when you're using it for the first time.