'Good color and grayscale performance'
'Looks good, feels okay'
'robust and easy-to-use onscreen display'
'sharp, easy-to-read text'
'For artists and photographers who need a screen that is bright and runs the color gamut, and don’t mind paying for it, the P221W should be firmly in the running.'
'professional monitor class'
'maximum colour accuracy'
'good overall DisplayMate performance'
'Full 1080p resolution'
'Reliable multi-touch function.'
'The monitor will be well suitable for general tasks and also includes a nifty touch screen feature.'
'decent 300 cd/m2 maxim brightness'
'The VX2835wm is perfect for the serious gamer and movie aficionado who wants a complete digital entertainment experience on the desktop.'
'Text was perfectly readable at or above 6.8 points.'
'If you crank the brightness all the way down, the dark levels improve to a nice .18 cd/m², with full-white output of about 146 cd/m².'
'high 800:1 contrast ratio'
'Running at 1920 x 1200 pixels, the Viewsonic produces gorgeous visuals.'
'very good text definition'
'the VX2835wm should be much more comfortable.'
'Limited features and weak grayscale and off-angle viewing performance.'
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