Killer Pro Photo & Graphics Monitor
I personally would recommend this monitor to anyone needing to see truly accurate photos and graphics in their work. I will also tell you everything else looks wonderful as well. All my email, word processing, spreadsheet and browser programs shine with clear and very sharp, accurate, super readable fonts. The extra real estate I get with my Windows 7 Pro desktop is greatly appreciated as well. It's native 1920 x 1200 resolution is a joy.
Capable of very realistic colors
The ViewSonic VX2253mh-LED is one of three ultra-slim, LCD monitors between 2â?? and 27â?? released together in early 2011. As an upgrade from the VA2248m-LED, the ViewSonic VX2253mh-LED offers a slimmer bezel with LED backlighting, an improved 30,000,000:1 contrast ratio, a faster 2ms response time, SRS Premium Sound stereo speakers, and two HDMI inputs.
Another strong sub-£200 flat-panel, and this one offers copious screen space. It isn't always the easiest to operate, and its design tends towards the basic. But its given green credentials, lean casing and carefully weighted colour palette make it a very appetising buy, and a snip at a mere £155.
Decent image quality
Offering decent image quality at a low price, the Viewsonic VX2453mh-LED enters an aggressive part of the market with an aggressively-specced monitor. The 30,000,000:1 contrast ratio is of course nonsense, but the dual HDMI inputs and a stand that lets it sit flush with a work surface or stand up like a standard computer screen give it a few worthwhile advantages over budget rivals.
Brilliant- 24-inch widescreen LED with native 1080p
Consumers will be pleased to find that this Viewsonic LED monitor complies with Energy Saver and best pixel policies. In addition, it is certified for Windows 7 and in some cases the included driver disc is not even needed. For input, there is one D-sub (analog RGB) and one DVI-D (digital) port, but no HDMI ports are included. If you plan to utilize this monitor with HDMI-only devices, you can purchase a HDMI-to-DVI converter cable.
On the back of the display's stand are two vertically aligned hooks that hold the power and video cords for keeping them tidy.
In the power consumption tests, the ViewSonic VG2427wm drew 39.37 Watts in its default mode — compared with the Dell G2410's much lower 23.22 Watts. The ViewSonic's standby mode drew 0.42 Watts compared with the G2410's 0.48 Watts.
CCFL backlighting - not as slim or environmentally friendly as LED based displays
The ViewSonic VX2258wm is a multi-touch, 21.5" LCD monitor designed to accommodate a desktop. It uses Infrared Optical Imaging Technology to deliver multi-touch functionality to desktop users, which is a first of its kind.
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