I wanted a touch screen for windows 8 but did not want to spend a fortune. This monitor was not only attractively priced, the quality exceeds expectations. The clarity and sharpness of this monitor is stunning. Set up could not be easier ... plug it in and windows 8 took over and it works perfectly. I love it.
Good valued product for the Price
I recently bought this after comparing several other monitors. First, I had an AOC 27" monitor. The picture was decent and it looked nice, but the matte finish was too grainy. Particularly with only a 1920x1080 resolution, it was a large monitor for that resolution and it looked too harsh. So, I then gravitated to a Dell 27" S2740. This was much nicer, and looked beautiful. I was just a little uneasy with how pixelated the images and icons looked.
Very good quality! and decent for the price! However if you use a laptop smaller than 11 inch, there may be a problem to change to the right resolution. not sure why is that. but it worked flawlessly with my 14 inch laptop but it just wont work out on my 10 in laptop! But I assume I am the only one using a 10 inch?
Great monitor for the price
I currently use three of these monitors for a surround setup on my gaming PC, and haven't had a single complaint yet. The resolution is good, even though it isn't 1080p (which wasn't a concern of mine). None of them have any dead or bright pixels, color is good, and refresh rate is excellent. There's nothing else that even compares in this price range.
Easy setup and great value for use with Mac Mini or Macbook
I found this monitor very easy to use with my Macbook and Mac Mini. The easiest way to improve the not-so-good out of the box color is to set it on the monitor to sRGB and use the ColorSync expert settings in the display system preferences in OSX to calibrate. For the money, there are very few monitors on the same level as this one! I found the 22" to be a bit on the small side, so if you have the desk space, you'd be better off going with the 23" or 27".
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.
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