It met the requirement and for the money was the best available monitor!
6 July 2013
Summary: I'm using the monitor for a music module rack paired to a Muse Receptor v2.0 that has a DVI out - it met all the needs and especially for the price I got it for, it's the best bang for the buck!
Summary: Know what a 'stuck pixel' is? You probably don't because if you are like me, you've owned (literally) dozens of things with lcd/led/plasma screens and have never encountered one. I certainly hadn't. Until now. With this monitor. A stuck pixel is a pixel that is always on.
Summary: Okay. I well start off that this product looks fantastic. It's nice small, and comes with all the right items to get started. From VGA cord to audio to everything you need. No screwdrivers to put up the stand that comes with it. Just looks fantastic.
Summary: This is my first wide-screen monitor. I love having more space to work on spreadsheets and word documents. I enjoy watching Internet TV on the wide-screen too. The sound though is terrible even after tweaking the sound settings on the monitor and PC.
Summary: Nice monitor, good picture, but the built in speakers are rather weak. I was looking forward to cleaning up my desk a bit and lose the old speakers I had, but ended up having to keep them since the built in Viewsonic speakers are poor.