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'best input source'
'the VX2835wm would not display at its native 1,920x1,200 resolution when connected to the HDMI port of our ATI Radeon HD 2400 Pro'
'Color tracking is poor in dark areas, with a noticeable blue tint.'
'dynamic contrast mode, which allegedly boosts the Contrast Ratio to 3000:1,'
'Once the VX1940w is up and running, it looks surprising good.'
'1680 x 1050 super high resolution'
'technical specs are quite impressive, especially for the average retail price of $279 USD'
'The wide-screen display features a one-inch, glossy black frame with rounded corners that doesn't quite match up with the metallic case behind the frame'
'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'
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