A basic display panel atop a lithe and flexible stand.
21 August 2012
Excerpt: The VP 2365-LED is a 23-inch, mid-range computer monitor from ViewSonic. It's a very simple product, though is more complex in its flexibility options than less expensive monitors. For an MSRP of $349, you're getting a general use monitor that straddles the line between being a cheap budget buy and being a thousand-dollar niche model for professionals. We think it sits nicely in the middle of that spectrum.
Excerpt: Strangely, the 23in ViewSonic VP2365-LED came in the biggest box but this is because the stand is already attached and as it has a large footprint, it takes up a lot of space. The stand is flexible though, allowing a fair measure of tilting and rotation into portrait mode; it makes attaching the power cable and monitor lead to its bulky back quite easy. It also sports no few than five USB sockets.
E-IPS panel, great tonal range, good colours, high quality display, great viewing angles, lots of USB ports, most consistent panel across the entire screen
Menu buttons are cheap looking, has a big footprint, not quite 100% sRGB, slow refresh rate, pricey
Excerpt: Viewsonic's VP2365LED monitor employs an IPS panel for the best image display performance. For your money you get good build quality and out of the box the base is ready fixed to the rear of the screen. There's the option of connecting the screen to your PC via VGA or DVI-D and it boasts four additional USB ports but these are tucked away and we'd have preferred two positioned on the side.
Summary: This is a wide screen pivot enabled 1920x1080 display. You have a choice of VGA or DVI connection and for good measure it has a four port USB hub built in. Is this the sort of display to give your office that extra wow?
Excerpt: With a native 1920x1080-pixel resolution, the ViewSonic VP2365-LED is a display perfectly proportioned for those who work with HD video, while its fully adjustable stand allows you to work in comfort for those long editing sessions.