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ViewSonic VP2250wb

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The VP2250WB is one of the new additions to the Professional series of ViewSonic LCD monitors. This monitor features a 22-inch screen bordered by a black bezel that was designed primarily for the use of professionals in the arts and engineering industry.

Features

The resolution of the VP2250WB is at a maximum of 1680p x 1050p, with a dot pitch of 0.276mm. The aspect ratio of the screen is 16 to 10. The interface capability on the unit is compatible with Analog VGA as well as Digital DVI. The viewing a…

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The VP2250WB is one of the new additions to the Professional series of ViewSonic LCD monitors. This monitor features a 22-inch screen bordered by a black bezel that was designed primarily for the use of professionals in the arts and engineering industry.

Features

The resolution of the VP2250WB is at a maximum of 1680p x 1050p, with a dot pitch of 0.276mm. The aspect ratio of the screen is 16 to 10. The interface capability on the unit is compatible with Analog VGA as well as Digital DVI. The viewing angle maximum for horizontal orientation is 170o and for vertical orientation is 170o, allowing the user optimal visibility from different areas of the room. Further, brightness is at an excellent 300 candela per m2 for better image rendition. Lastly, the VP2250WB has multi-media compatibility as shown in the 4 USB ports available for the alternative sources of data to be connected.

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  • How is performance at reduced resolution setting?

    Vertical resolution of 1050 is rather high for my eyes considering the actual physical height of the screen. It is roughly equivalent to using a 17" monitor at 1280 x 1024. If the computer video resolution is set at a lower value (e.g., 1600 x 1000, or a "notch" below that), how badly does the image suffer? Thank you.

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