Summary: While this is a budget product it contains certain features that are typically found on higher end products. Budget • Viewable Size: 21.5 in • 1920 x 1080 • Response Time: 5 ms • DVI-D • VGA • 10000000:1 • Power Consumption: 25 W • Weight: 8.6 lbs.
Summary: I researched many LCD monitors in the 20-24" range. The ViewSonic met all of my requirements and got excellent reviews. When I found a refurbished one on the Amazon Marketplace for $125, it was a no-brainer. I've had great luck with refurbished electronics in the past, so I didn't hesitate to purchase this monitor. It came perfectly wrapped and flawless, as if brand new. I'm very satisfied with this monitor, especially at this price!
Summary: This monitor is spectacular, the colors so vibrant & vivid. I just upgraded from a 20" monitor and the difference is astounding. I highly recommend this monitor to anyone that is ready to purchase.
Summary: I love this monitor and it works extremely well for my purposes. My computer is 6 years old, running Windows XP, and I didn't really know if a new monitor like this would work. It does! (You can check your max resolution through the Control Panel) And it was really easy to get working -- just plug it in, reset the resolution through the "Display Properties" and that was it. I find the buttons on the front and the menus very easy to use without reading the manual.
Summary: Cristal clear images, great upgrade from my old acer lcd monitor. The only "issue" that I find is that view sonic didn't included a dvi cable. Weird to include a VGA cable on a full HD monitor. Other than t hat, excellent monitor for the price, I bought it for 149.99$. Windows 7 64 bit Home Premium recognized it without any issues, the only adjustment I made a color adjust to 9300k, currently I'm using it in full hd resolution.
Summary: i bought one of these during a sale for 120, so i was like WTH, i got 2 old CRT screens, time for a replacement. i currently have it hooked with windows xp, which is very old, but i plan on a pc upgrade soon, so why not. of course, it looks pretty meh for XP, but I hooked up to my windows 7 laptop for a test, this is where it shines, crisp image, good brightness, and the auto adjust saves pain too. if you need a good monitor for a good price, this a great choice.