Great monitor for the price
OK, so i really think that this is absolutely a great product. other reviews made no justice with it.
but first i need to mention a weak point: this really makes no sense to add a regular analog monitor cable and dismiss the HDMI cable. so you get this great looking monitor and you need to wait until you get to buy a new cable to use it... benq, common ,it is a digital world!
A solid monitor, with great upsides, and some downsides as well
This monitor is great. I feel like I am staring into another universe when using it. Doesn't feel like I am looking at a screen.
It looks nice, especially when turned off (because the bezel looks so thin... its not actually that thin).
The color is great. Pictures I have seen for years all of a sudden look better, Like I am seeing them for the first time (and my last monitor wasnt even bad... it just wasn't IPS i guess)
It is nice and thin as well.
Badly needs more processing and graphics power.
ViewSonic's new Smart Display VSD220, though, is actually nothing like its predecessor and, in fact, shows how much the world has turned. While the Air Panel tried to leverage desktop power, the new Smart Display VSD220 reverses the tide by leveraging tablet technology in a desktop.
Touchscreen is reasonably easy to use
If you're willing to abandon Windows or Mac OS and conduct your day-to-day work on a mega-size Android tablet, the ViewSonic VSD220 is a classy take on what may well be a new desktop genre. If you expect to work on it with more than occasional typing, though, we'd strongly suggest a separate keyboard and mouse, or your arms will really ache.
Decent number of sockets, cables for HDMI to micro-HDMI and USB supplied
The VSD 220 does two distinct things, and does one well and one reasonably.
Honestly, we're disappointed by the Android functionality. There's not enough power to make it a compelling Android device, and there's loads of room here to make it perhaps the best specified device on the market.
The dreadful app support is upsetting too. Games like Where's My Perry and Cut the Rope simply aren't compatible - although Angry Birds is.
Clean and easy to navigate
If youâ??re willing to abandon Windows or Mac OS and conduct your day-to-day work on a mega-size Android tablet, the ViewSonic VSD220 is a classy take on what may well be a new desktop genre. If you expect to work on it with more than occasional typing, though, weâ??d strongly suggest a separate keyboard and mouse, or your arms will really ache.
Working at home made easier with a screen
I love this screen because it happens to be one of the few square screens left. I have a small working space at home and this screen fits perfectly. I'm sorry i wanted so long to get one. The picture is bright and its so much easier working on a full size screen as opposed to working on the laptop.
Very good image quality
The Lenovo ThinkVision LT2323z is a 23-inch IPS LED panel monitor that has a business-focused design and feature set. It is the first monitor to be certified for use with Microsoft Lync, a business-focused VOIP technology. It also has a 1080p resolution and extra wide viewing angles in addition to very good image quality.
PVA panel technology allows for wide viewing angles and high contrast ratio.
The slow response time does call into question this monitor's ability to be good for gaming or home theater use, but aside from that, the specs speak in favor of the NEC EX231WP-BK as a great LCD monitor. The color reproduction and high contrast ratio makes the viewing experience vivid. The adjustability adds a great deal of flexibility and makes it an excellent choice for vertical position usage.
Very good feature set for power saving including auto brightness, human sensor and ECO modes
The EX231Wp I think is well summarised by it's 'Cool Office' name. Here you have a screen which looks very attractive and sleek on any desk, featuring a very thin bezel and stand and a slim profile from the side. It has a very wide range of power saving options and features and extras like auto brightness control, human sensing and ECO modes are very useful for those who are energy conscious or when using many screens in an office environment.
Slim, energy efficient, environmentally friendly and, allows for a thinner enclosure.
The NEC MultiSync EX231W is an ultra-slim and lightweight, 23" LED-backlit LCD monitor that weighs only slightly over 9 pounds. It offers a full 1080p high-definition resolution with a 25,000:1 contrast ratio and 250-nits brightness.
Designed for an extremely reduced energy bill, the EX231 hosts a special ECO mode that purportedly uses only 16W of powerâ?? which according to experts is less than that used by most lightbulbs.
Well-designed and slender display.
Despite being based on a TN panel, NEC's MultiSync EX231W continues the company's reputation for high quality monitors. It doesn't sport a wealth of connectivity options and it's not the most vivid image around, but for everyday use, this is a well-designed and slender display with solid image quality. If only it were priced lower it would enjoy broader appeal.
Range of power-saving features
NEC's MultiSync EX231W lags behind the IPS-based displays like ViewSonic's VP2365wb when it comes to image quality but, outside of colour-critical applications, its lower power-consumption and range of power-saving features tick all the right boxes. With slick looks combined with a solid, practical range of features, there's no doubt that the NEC is a serious business contender.
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