Summary: I bought it for work since I needed another monitor What I liked most about it is that the fact that I can actually see stuff on my monitor with screen space. I would definitely consider buying one for a family member or getting one for the other office, works like a charm
Summary: I bought two of these monitors to use in my music studio. The picture is clear and bright right out of the box. I enjoy ViewSonic as I'd purchased a 24" monitor the year before to use with my home office computer and haven't had any problems. I'd definitely recommend this product.
Summary: I really like the quality of the monitor and the price was great for this size. However the base that comes with this thing is awful. It wobbles with the slightest shake of the desk it's on and it is not adjustable at all (no vertical tilting or height adjustments). Both of these combined makes viewing this monitor quite tough unless you do some extra stuff (prop things underneath, insulate it to the movement, etc) to improve it's stability.
Summary: It is a 22" LED monitor has better contrasts than LCD even more so once you fool round with settings. Only gripe is that it only has one HD input on it which is a DVI the other is VGA. Also bleeding lights or whatever you call it on the edges where all colors fade except white on the top, left, and right side. Also 3 months into use the VGA input has started to fault as a streak of white pixels show up on boot up on my computer.
Summary: This monitor is fine. some of your reviewers comlained about the stand being unsteady, but we have not had problem with it at all. The size is fine for us, clear letters and moitor is not overpowerinig for our computer desk.
Summary: Best monitor for the money at the time of purchase (7/3/2013). I was able to take advantage of an Amazon promotion and pick up this monitor for around 100 dollars. Only downside is no DVI cable included, but at least they were kind enough to explicitly state that it came with a VGA, so there weren't any surprises upon delivery. I'm considering buying a second one.
Summary: I like the size of the monitor, and I like the non-glare screen. However, I had to purchase a new video card because the display was awful when we first set it up, and a new video card was supposed to be the fix. After my husband installed the video card, the "recommended" resolution had a font size that was WAY too tiny. So he changed the setup, settling for a font size that was merely WAY too small (a step above WAY too tiny).
Summary: I was hesitant to buy this monitor because others had commented about an unstable base, but in the end the low price sold me on it. Honestly, I don't know what others were referring to when they mentioned the base being unstable. The one that was included with the one I got is stable enough that I have it sitting on top of a phone book and it barely wobbles when I shake the desk (and most of that looks like it has more to do with the phone book).
Summary: Got this monitor about a month ago as a second monitor for my Macbook Pro 15" Late 2011 model. Didn't get a chance to set it up for a few days, so only had about 20 days or so of testing. Most of the other reviewers comments are accurate, so just going to state some pros and cons. Pros: - VESA mount screw holes are available but barely noticeable on the back. - Setup was super quick and easy, plug and play. - Zero bad or stuck pixels.