'Ideal for multiple-panel configurations with height/pivot adjustments, digital/analog inputs and USB 2.0 high-speed connectivity, the VP201s is the infinitely versatile professional display of choice.'
'We found the display's balance generally pleasing,'
'the VP191b showed pixel fusion in text and lacked nuance in extremes of gray, black, and white.'
'Sound playback is nothing special, since the integrated speakers are only putting out five watts of power per channel.'
'The tilting range is relatively limited (from 5 degrees down to 35 degrees up) and you can't pivot sideways without moving the entire unit'
'accurate and economical touch performance'
'When relying on perceptual values my prints, of well-corrected images on screen, were usually too dark, due to the screen image being too bright.'
'Grayscale performance was merely average, and our white-level saturation test showed that the colors nearest to peak white were slightly washed out.'
'height adjustable stand'
'default color settings looked a little too blue and bright'
'No speakers, headphone jack, or extra USB ports.'
'1600x1200 native resolution'
'Unfortunately, the panel does not rotate for viewing in portrait mode.'
'Skimpy documentation;hard-to-see icons on control buttons; simplistic on-screen menu'
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