If so, then I might want to get one...Thanks
Get one what? A screwdriver or the monitor? That's not an adjustable item for you to tinker with and certainly not something you want to compare monitors using. That monitor uses dual beams and you "focus" them using that knob...not to make end user settings.
A good monitor doesn't go out of focus and have internal adjustments. Having a hole that you can do this from the outside would lead ME to belive that it needs service down the road.
There's a big lesson to learn here as well
I seen the review that got you thinking about this. DO NOT USE NEWEGG's REVIEWS! They're bullshit written by wacko's. That guy has no idea what he turned or what it was, but it just said "focus" so he turned it. Dude...his name is spicoli. That should be enough said.
Also, read what brothergc wrote. It's no longer there. And for good reason.
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If you haven't bought this monitor yet, seriously take another look at Viewsonic's P95f+. It's a toss up between a .24mm or .25mm pitch (which my meager eye can't tell a damned bit of difference) and viewsonics better resolution and picture. NEC is great for text, and that's all I'll give it over the Viewsonic.