With it's straight-forward design, this 22" monitor is ideal for office/home-office set ups. Whilst it doesn't feature any form of manoeuvrability, it does support VESA mounting - ideal for wall & arm mounting to achieve that custom positioning you might be looking for. The resolution is 1920x1080 with a 5ms response time.
Although not specifically intended for heavier use, this model can perform at a standard pace when needed. I tested its capabilities on 3 games, including Cities: Skylines, OMSI 2 and Watch Dogs 2 and found that the monitor performs remarkably well. With Full HD LED design you're obviously can't expect 4K style gaming but after playing a couple hours on each I can say that I never noticed any bugging-out or visual imperfections. I don't play shooters or FPS games so I can't comment on that level, but I'd recommend the 1ms AOC model for that, if you want to keep within this tier of monitors.
Connectivity includes 1 x HDMI and 1 x VGA, with both cables provided in the box. Product support including drivers and software come with the product in an installation disc, but if, like me, you don't have an optical drive you can download drivers from the manufacturers website. You'll find 3 basic tools to control the quality and eco-footprint of the monitor. That being said, I can't seem to figure out how to apply the changes to more than one monitor (I ordered two). It's also important to realise that a budget-range model like this would seldom feature speakers, and this model DOES NOT. Although Windows 10 does seem to class it as a High Definition Audio Device.