Excerpt: Bought this monitor based on the reviews from the B&H website. I am definitely not disappointed ! I needed a good monitor for adjusting photographs. This monitor definately has sharp colors and is easy to adjust as needed !! I would recommend to others.
Summary: I would rate this as a good office monitor where brightness shift isn't a problem. If you do graphics work, avoid this monitor. If bystanders need to view this monitor, I would avoid for any use (office and graphics). Should have paid more attention to the advertising graphics where they show only wide viewing angle horizontally.
Pros: Good color rendition. Good horizontal viewing angle. Sturdy stand.
Cons: The vertical viewing angle is poor compared to the previous model, the VP2365wb (ccfl back light). Outside of ±8°, the brightness changes which means you need to be precisely positioned. The previous model had an excellent vertical viewing angle. The 178° vertical viewing angle in the specifications is not true. As far as color shift with changing vertical angle, there is no perceptible shift.
Excerpt: Have had for a couple of weeks and quite satisfied.Packaging by B&H was excellent!Both being used on same computer.One is on all the time with TV programming.Other is for all the "other" stuff.Have it on Eco settings and pic is still quite outstanding.Hope they last as long as the Samsungs they replaced.Liked the idea that they have height adjustments.
Pros: Adjustable, Easy To Set Up, Sharp Image, Vivid Colors
Excerpt: This is a replacement for a VP2365-LCD that died. It is paired with a VP2765-LED, and is used mainly to keep source material, control palettes, and other clutter from obscuring layouts and to view events output in Final Cut Pro X.The LED backlighting means that this monitor runs much cooler than its predecessor and should last longer and without color shifts associated with fluorescent backlighting as it ages.The only issue I have with the 2365 is that I cannot get its...
Very, very durable, great color and sharp monitor with my Macbook Pro
Customer2410 "nb", Amazon
18 July 2014
Summary: It has been a work horse as the main monitor for my Macbook Pro. The color is pretty close although nothing beats an Apple monitor in my many years of doing graphics and printing what you see on the monitor. My first one had an issue within a month and it was promptly changed out. I was very hesitant but now having used it for sometime I can attest it's been a great deal and seen A LOT of use.
Summary: Maybe I'm not picky because I've been using ancient monitors for years now; but I love this monitor. The stand is fantastic (and the primary reason I picked this model). Full range of motion and exception height adjustment. The aesthetics are just what I wanted, non descript and to the point. I really like it.
Pros: -Fantastic stand -Sturdy materials -Simple config interface -No dead pixels
Summary: This is my second purchase of the VP2365-LED 23" monitor. Got the first one in 2012 and it's still looking good. No adjustments since first installed. The second one is for a new PC and the image is very good. Only adjustments made were Brightness from 100 to 45 and Contrast from 70 to 55. Very happy I bought the first one. Even happier the same model was still available and $50.00 less than in 2012. Highly recommend for any purpose!
Excerpt: Great color, easy to calibrate. Software could be improved. It takes long time to load during which your screen in Windows 7 will be white. No progress is indicated. Be patient and you will be rewarded with a proper installation.
Summary: I like the monitors and I certainly liked the price. The only reason I can't give them 5 stars is that I bought two and use them side by side for PhotoShop and LightRoom work. While they both provide a more-than-acceptable workspace, they don't match. No matter how often I calibrate them, there is always a very apparent difference in their rendition of the same image.