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ViewSonic VSD220

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Overall 8
8.0

ViewSonic VSD220 Smart Display

stuffmideast.com
13 February 2013
  • Summary: ViewSonic’s VSD220 Smart Display is a great first stab at a smart display let down only by occasional laggy performance and the fact that better is likely on the horizon
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Overall 5
5.0

ViewSonic VSD220

CNET
7 January 2013
  • Summary: The ViewSonic VSD220 offers tablet-like features with Android software while still working as a regular monitor. Sadly its poor performance, unimpressive display and lack of inputs means it's not great as either a tablet or a monitor.
  • Cons: Low-powered integrated processor makes Android sluggish; unimpressive colours; only micro-HDMI input from your PC.
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Overall 4
4.0

Viewsonic VSD220 Smart Display review

expertreviews.co.uk
4 February 2013
  • Conclusion: An ambitious idea, but this Android-powered all-in-one PC fails to make an impression
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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

PC Advisor
6 January 2013
  • Excerpt: How big is the screen on your tablet? 7in? 10in? How about 22 inches. That's a bit big to get in your pocket or bag, but well on the way to becoming a bedroom, study or home office base station, with all the same functions as an Android mobile device provides.
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Viewsonic VSD220 Smart Display Review

Crowdedbrain
6 January 2013
  • Excerpt: With the market flooded with 22” LCD monitors you need to think outside the box and Viewsonic have attempted to do just that with the VSD220, because unlike traditional monitors this one has a built in Android ICS installed! Yes that’s right this 22” monitor is the biggest tablet I have ever used and there is nothing funnier than watching peoples reactions when I use this device on my lap!
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Viewsonic VSD220

TechRadar UK
3 January 2013
  • Excerpt: Touch technology has assimilated all manner of mobile devices. Phones, tablets and latterly laptops with tablet-convertible functionality, it's all powered touch technology.
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Overall 8
8.0

ViewSonic VSD220 Smart Display review

Stuff.tv
5 December 2012
  • Conclusion: After spending some time with it, it's hard not to like the VSD220 Smart Display immensely. We can really see that ViewSonic is on to something here, and it helps to think of it not so much as a cheap second PC, as the future of TVs outside the lounge. Why buy a small dumb screen, when you can have a smart one? It just doesn't make sense. And while it may not be beautiful, it's certainly useful enough to want in your home – albeit a little sluggish on the job.
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Overall 5
5.0

ViewSonic VSD220

CNET
3 December 2012
  • Summary: The ViewSonic VSD220 offers tablet-like features with Android software while still working as a regular monitor. Sadly its poor performance, unimpressive display and lack of inputs means it's not great as either a tablet or a monitor.
  • Pros: Touch screen; Android software for tablet-like use; inoffensive design.
  • Cons: Low-powered integrated processor makes Android sluggish; unimpressive colours; only micro-HDMI input from your PC.
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Overall 6
6.0

ViewSonic VSD220 Android monitor review

Pocket Lint
27 November 2012
  • Excerpt: The VSD220 two things. First, it's a monitor - which is obvious, you can tell that just by looking at it. Second, it's an Android-powered all-in-one computer - which isn't obvious, and would be hard to tell by looking at it.
  • Pros: A nice monitor, decent number of sockets, cables for HDMI to micro-HDMI and USB supplied
  • Cons: Android feels slow, low-spec Android hardware, poor app support, too expensive
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Overall 7
7.0

ViewSonic VSD220 Smart Display

Trusted Reviews
17 November 2012
  • Summary: A monitor that runs Android, making it an ultra-affordable all-in-one computer.
  • Pros: Versatile and a lot of fun, A cheap route to an AIO PC, Healthy feature set
  • Cons: Display quality is so-so, Such a large touchscreen can feel awkward
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