Summary: No real complaints - bright and clear and the RIGHT SHAPE. Colors tend to be a bit washed out looking, but you can tweak it with the monitor settings and your video card to improve. I had ViewSonic CRT that lasted forever - only reason I got rid of it was because it was a CRT and LCD's got cheap.
Summary: One of my two VP930b monitors was getting grainy, so I bought this to replace it. The VA926g (using the DVI input) is much brighter! Now I realize that my eyes were getting tired because my monitors are old.
Summary: This monitor was supposed to be plug-&-play. It was not. I bought it as a replacement for my last Viewsonic (the model immediatly prior to this model) and I expected no problems. I run Windows 7 Ultimate and all I got was a blue screen. Windows would not even recognize this monitor as a "generic.
Summary: Received in good condition. Performance generally good, BUT, hot red pixel centered left/right about 65% up from bottom. Viewsonic is using 2nd- or 3rd-tier panels. No excuse for shipping product with a hot pixel in central region.
Colors are vibrant but resolution is poor at low-res settings
D. Talbot, Amazon
19 January 2012
Summary: This monitor replaces a prior Viewsonic LED monitor costing around 1000 dollars years ago. Image quality is stunningly better than the prior "Professional model" except at low-res settings, where titles become fuzzier. At full 1280 x 1024 resolution, however, the image quality is superb.
Summary: I initially purchased the Dell and then a NEC, returned them both, i was was replacing the Viesonic 906g older version, should have just got it in the first place. This is the best monitor in its price class, i have an higher end NEC that cost twice as much which are slightly better, this compares...
Summary: The colors on my LG monitor were rapidly fading, had a washed out appearance. I check around for for several monitors; tried the wide screens, realized my peripheral vision is lacking so selected a 4:3 ratio monitor. This monitor has vibrant colors, was easy to setup, and doesn't fatique my eyes.
Disappointing replacement for similar spec Viewsonic
6 August 2011
Summary: I purchased a VA926g as a replacement for my cherished 7 year old Viewsonic VX910, the image quality of which had always impressed me. Maybe I should have gone for the VA926, the only difference being, as far as I can tell, is that the VA926 boasts a 300cd/m2 spec instead of the 250cd/m2 of the...