Excerpt: The ViewSonic VG2427wm gets points for a good assortment of ergonomic features–including screen height adjustment, 180 degrees swivel, and 25 degrees tilt. It also includes three USB ports and great movie and game performance. Yet, even with these attributes, we find it difficult to recommend the ViewSonic at its slightly higher than average asking price of $367.
Excerpt: (1 items) ViewSonic’s VG2427wm , a 24-inch widescreen LCD monitor, performed well in our image-quality tests. Text on a page of fonts of different sizes looked sharp, even when at a very small (6-point) size. The VG2427wm also did a fairly good job of rendering color, though in one photo--a picnic scene with various red, green, and blue hues--we found the color to be slightly dull in comparison to other displays we’ve tested.
Pros: Sharp text
Cons: Noticeable jittering with motion graphics, Dull colors at times
Summary: The ViewSonic VG2427wm would make a good choice for users who need a big screen for text-intensive work, but the less-than-totally-smooth video playback and the lack of an HDMI - in port may disappoint for gamers and movie watchers.
Summary: The ViewSonic VG2427wm has a good assortment of ergonomic options and great performance, but its asking price is slightly too high for us to be able to recommend it over Dell's SP2309W and G2410
Pros: Decent ergonomic options, Three USB ports, Great game and movie performance
Cons: Chassis feels hollow and fragile, On-screen display lacks useful options like presets