'design and glossy finish'
'high performance features'
'Integrated speakers are usually poor.'
'new slimline stand'
'So-so graphics and text performance.'
'the ViewSonic had the most prominent color shifts and loss of contrast when looking at the display from the left or the right of center.'
'Enjoy beautiful graphics and view spreadsheets in unbelievable clarity.'
'Spend a few days without cleaning it and the monitor looks incredibly dirty'
'We did find it a bit difficult to tighten the connectors on the back of the monitor, which mount flush with the chassis.'
'To ensure compatibility, with as many devices as possible, the VX2435wm comes complete with analogue VGA, Composite, Component and S-Video connections as well as an HDMI socket'
'At this proper video display, I was shocked by how dull a blank white page looks in my word processing program'
'anemic integrated speaker'
'This elegant display's widescreen aspect ratio enhances productivity'
'especially bad audio output.'
'ample space for viewing multiple document windows, side-by-side full-page layouts and immersive game play.'
'they distort at top volume, and at lower levels they're too quiet to fill a large room'
'Four pill-size buttons and a small round button--aligned vertically on the right side of the monitor--provide access to the monitor's on-screen display (OSD) and its power, respectively.'
'Brightness and contrast levels are sluggish.'
'Color shifts are apparent pretty quickly, and the display loses contrast and brightness as you move your head left or right from the center.'
'The aesthetic appeal of the Viewsonic VX2245wm ViewDock's design is largely dependent on how much you like having an iPod docked right below your screen.'
'I was grateful for the added bass response, but the audio quality was still disappointing.'
'stereo output for connecting more effective speakers.'
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